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Candelaria

The 3rd Arrondissement features an easygoing and unpretentious cocktail lounge that will surely please your senses. The cozy ambiance is great for small groups. Offering lip-smacking authentic Mexican cuisine, Candelaria's must-haves are mushroom tacos, queso fresco, cactus tostada, chicken tostada, and lots more. The creative cocktails and frozen margarita are truly unforgettable and will keep you coming back to this amazing place.

Café de la Paix

Inaugurated in 1862, this café is undoubtedly one of the most popular in Paris. With its exquisite Second Empire style, it has forever been a favored hangout for celebrities and tourists alike. The leafy look combined with the rich décor of ornate flourishes and deep polished wood creates an atmosphere of freshness blending with class. You can drop in here for an early breakfast or a delayed supper as the café remains open till late in the night. During winter, you can dine alfresco at the winter terrace that overlooks the Boulevard des Capucines, while summer months see crowds filling in at the open air terrace that gives a great view of the Place de l'Opera. While in Paris, this is one destination you should not miss.

Café de Flore

A Parisian landmark since 1887, Café de Flore has long attracted renowned artists and writers. During the mid-20th century, it became a favorite haunt of philosophers like Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir. Today, the cafe welcomes visitors seeking a taste of Parisian history alongside a coffee, a decadent dessert, or perhaps a celebratory glass of Champagne after a shopping spree in the nearby luxury boutiques. Café de Flore's upscale atmosphere and rich legacy continue to draw a sophisticated clientele.

Les Papilles

Les Papilles opened in 2003, has captured the hearts of the picky gourmands of Paris with its gourmet food, classic wines and amiable service. It's a delicatessen by the day offering wide choices of local dishes spiced up with authentic herbs. In the afternoon, when you look forward to an elaborate lunch, Les Papilles offers you dining services. Since they believe in serving fresh recipes, the food served varies seasonally and the menu board always has a list of exclusive delicacies. As the day ends, all we want is a glass of fine wine and good company. In the evening, explore the cellar of Les Papilles which stocks the finest vintage wines, specially hand-made by masters of renowned vine-yards. A visit to Les Papilles and you get to experience all that is France famous for.

Clamato

Clamato is the second venture of chefs Théo Pourriat and Bertrand Grébaut after their restaurant Septime. This place is solely a bivalve bar that gets its name from the clam broth-tomato juice beverage. On the menu are clams, mussels, shellfish, and oysters that pair well with white wine and champagne. Specialties include Maldon Oyster, Oysters on Ice, and Banka Trout. Complement the same with Rose Lies Jousset and Savoy Jaja Berlioz. The thoughtfully put-together decor features a spiral stairway to the mezzanine area and an au naturale ambiance.

Frenchie

Celebrated Chef Greg Marchand kicks up a culinary storm with his creations from the French and Modern European cuisines. Frenchie is an unpretentious restaurant with intimate seating and a cozy ambiance, making sure that you have a romantic dining experience. As far as the food is concerned, Frenchie lives up to its reputation with its elegant preparations of food from the freshest of ingredients. The prix fixe menu is beautifully curated and you may also find some celebrities dining at this restaurant. Finish off your meal with a glass of select wine from its extensive wine list. As it is one of the most popular eateries in the city, Frenchie has become a regular haunt for tourists who just can't get enough of the delicacies served here. Call well in advance for reservations.

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