It’s called the world’s most beautiful avenue, and it’s true, it’s beautiful, this Avenue des Champs-Elysées that connects two jewels of the capital: the Place de la Concorde and the Arc de Triomphe. But of course, all rose has its thorn, and surely, when we wander in this emblematic place, you want to avoid tourist-traps! Luckily, there are some superb addresses likely to fulfill your wandering needs. Yes, there is absolutely everything you need in the Champs-Elysées.
Limon is the brand-new cozy bar-restaurant in Paris 8th arrondissement where you’ll love to have a seat for a delicious meal or a very-well accompanied drink. We run to discover this spot where Juan Arbealez gives pride of place to exceptional citrus fruits.
Caffè Art Curial
When you say ArtCurial, most Parisians are likely to answer that it’s the auction hall sets in the Champs-Elysées, they’re not wrong, they just don’t know everything. Well, when we hear ArtCurial, we think about the delicious Gnocci by Enrico Einaudi’s mamma, the roasted squid tentacolo and the risotto al Nero, a risotto base on black cuttlefish ink marvelously cooked by young chefs Filippo Rossato and Ilario Paravano, and served under a beautiful glass roof.
located within walking distance from the Champs-Elysées, Motto Burger is an invitation to enjoy a hybrid cuisine thanks to revisited burgers with a Japanese twist! Fresh products, homemade cuisine, original flavors, the concept will please sweet and savory lovers.
Maison Burger the spot for homemade burgers is launching a 3rd restaurant, in rue de Ponthieu in Paris 8th arrondissement. If you find yourself near the Champs-Elysées, you now have to go there to treat yourself.
Miss Kô is a place that looks like: a curiosity bar, a trendy store, a gallery, a grocery store, a pastry store, a tea parlor and a restaurant that is now opening in Paris 8th arrondissement. Come along and discover this new Asian cuisine concept in an atypical setting designed by Philippe Starck.
Alsace has its address in Paris and more precisely on the Champs-Elysées. If the address has been since 1968, in 2017, the brasserie underwent a facelift thanks to Laura Gonzalez (please!). open all day long, the brasserie offers quiches, Flammekueche, spätzele gratins without forgetting local sauerkraut, a major dish in the winter!
Le Boeuf sur le Toit
Le Bœuf sur le Toit is a brasserie in Paris dating back to the roaring twenties and it’s not ready to stop! With a new chef arrived in early 2017, Geoffrey Servant, a collaboration with Meilleur Ouvrier de France in pastry category Phillipe Urraca and its jazzy events, the place does everything to sparkle for still a long time!
With summer coming, Lebanese cuisine and its fresh dishes eye at us. Toward Etoile, in Avenue de la Grande-Armée, we’ve discovered the Brasserie Naï that offers an excellent hummus, sambousik and lamb skewers at very low prices!
Publicis’ mythical restaurant “Le Drugstore” has reopened on Wednesday May 23, 2017. For this new version, designer Tom Dixon has been called out to redecorate the place and enhance the kitchen of 3-star chef Eric Frechon!
Tosca is the new restaurant rue du Cirque offering you to discover the best of Italian flavors in a smart but laid-back atmosphere.
Enjoying a sweet break:
World’s best pastry chef and our Picasso of the pastry, Pierre Hermé, opens his first French teahouse and on the Champs-Elysées! This new temple of love of good food covers 1,000 sqm, with a tea salon, a lovely store and an olfactive experience corner by L’Occitane en Provence: starting from December 8, 2017!
Having a drink:
If you like hidden cocktail bars, here’s THE new address you want to discover as soon as possible! If you have the password, you will be allowed to discover Secret 8, nestled behind a secret door at Buddha-Bar Paris!
This hybrid place can be transformed for events or the needs to become a bar or club with a changing soul.