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This gay-friendly restaurant serves amazing traditional french cuisine dishes. Their specialties are Oeufs cocotte au foie gras, pork tenderloin in honey, thick beef steak in hollandaise sauce. It has a vaulted cellar and exposed stonewalls. Live music and concerts take place in the basement every Tuesday and piano bar every Monday.
With its brewery-style decor, this Belgian restaurant and bar is a popular spot for tourists and beer lovers alike. Featuring 20 tap beers and many bottled ones which are of Belgian origin and a few German and French brews as well. Dig into their Poilane roasted sausages, pancakes and mussels. Though you can't linger for long, you will surely want to come again to taste the ales.
Nestled in Le Marais, Pizza Sant'Antonio is a nice option while walking through this wonderful neighborhood. You will always see a queue which soon dissipates due to their efficient service. Gorge on their yummy pies that will for a moment make you think that you aren't in a French city. They also serve a few pasta dishes as well.
Café Bords de Seine has an unassuming facade and it is only once you step inside this riverfront diner that you see its elegance. Its beautiful lampshades, light fixtures and well appointed furniture gives it a cozy look. Relish their marinated salmon and potatoes, and house cheeseburger. Round off your meal with an apple tart or cafe gourmand.