“Qui dîne, dort!”: it sounds like an adage likely to mark the curfew period in Paris. Behind the slogan actually stands a concept proving that Parisian places do not lack imagination to adapt to the governmental measures.
Let us give you some background. Paris, 9 p.m., restaurants must close and swap seated dinners for deliveries. You have two choices now: eating early or eating at home. But a Parisian hotel seems yet decided to provide you with a third choice. The “Qui dîne, dort!” operation.
Head to Hotel Rochechouart in Paris 9th arrondissement. This trendy address has been providing an offer from €60 the night since October 15, so that you can stay over and sleep after dinner. You no longer have to hurry; you will enjoy curfew at the hotel.
And since you can now take all the time you want, the hotel restaurant makes the most of it and serves generous dishes. Fresh goat’s cheese ravioli, cod loin and olive crust, eggplant caviar, Mikado sole to share or even clam casserole, the spot invites us to make the most of our night, in peace, and even goes all the way out to offer us one last cocktail. An interesting alternative if you happen to miss late dinners.
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
55 Blvd de Rochechouart
75009 Paris 9
Métro Pigalle (lignes 2 et 12)