5 Brasseries for dining out in Paris
For the bonne bouffe lovers, here are the top-five brasseries in Paris, great for both lunch and casual dinner, all easily reachable from Starhotels Castille.
Boco (3, Rue Danielle Casanova). A fashionable restaurant, crowded at lunchtime with customers who love organic food, including a grocery shop area and café.
French Beer Factory (176, Rue Montmartre). The temple of beer in the heart of Paris. The brasserie offers customers a tour of the brewery to learn all the secrets behind brewing.
Le Comptoir du Relais (9, Carrefour de l'Odéon). One of the city’s best-known restaurants, it offers a brasserie-style menu at lunchtime and gourmet dishes prepared by the talented Yves Candeborde in the evening.
Bofinger (5 Rue de la Bastille). Started in the 1860s, this brasserie was the only one licensed to serve beer in Paris for many years.
La Coupole (102 Bd du Montparnasse). Artists Fernand Léger and Moïse Kisling decorated two of the pillars that support the main dining room’s ceiling.