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A historic landmark in Paris since 1890, this cafe was a favorite of many great 19th-century writers and artists. French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre always took his coffee and croissant on the terrace. These days you can drop in for either a quick snack or delectable desserts, or a glass of Champagne, having shopped-till-you-dropped in the district's luxurious boutiques. The sophisticated clientele that revels in the cafe's upscale style insures that its reputation lives on.
This Italian restaurant and café is located on the mezzanine floor of the Armani shop. You can sample selected home-roasted coffees along with a few dishes, such as Risotto, Pasta, Steamed Vegetables, and Tiramisu. The decor is sparingly chic, like the fashion lines of famous designer Giorgio Armani. Brown and ecru are the predominant colors of the décor.
This former jazz club in the heart of the historic Saint Germain Boulevard is one of the trendiest places to eat or drink on the Left Bank with a French International menu. La Société is the brainchild of the Costes brothers, adding to their restaurant empire. This classically styled restaurant boasts a marble champagne bar and plenty of photographic work lining the walls. Not to be outdone by the decor, the cuisine features delectable dishes as well. See and be seen at this chic Parisian hot spot.
For debates, conversations over coffee or political discussions, Brasserie Lipp is a favorite haunt for the intelligent minds. This brasserie, with its clientele that includes Hollywood stars, politicians and artists, has an interesting mélange of French Cuisine and 19th-century architecture. Try the Sauerkraut Lipp, or the Roast Leg of Lamb. You'll come back for more.
Café Pouchkine is a highlight on the Parisian patisserie scene. This Russian import, created by Andrey Dellos, has locations in Moscow and New York as well. Their elegant decor is complemented by a picture-perfect display of gourmet cakes, pastries and desserts. Select from French classics like Pain au chocolat and Macaroon Croquembouche as well as Perogies with duck and foie gras, and Cake of the Tsar from the Russian mainland.
The magnificence of this restaurant will continue to enchant you long after you've left from here. With an extensive menu supervised by Chef Leoty, prepare to be surprised. The Cheese Platter and wine list are always appreciated. Don't forget to make reservations when you decide to dine here. And don't be surprised if you're seated besides some of French cinema's superstars!