Hotel de l'Aveyron Paris

5 rue d'Austerlitz, 12 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France
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Paris Sunday Dining

by DerryPSU85

It seems many restaurants are closed on Sundays. Does anyone have some good tips on how to eat well on a Sunday in Paris? Thank you!

Re: Paris Sunday Dining

by riorich55

My wife and I had the same problem when we were in Paris 17 months ago. All the places she had picked were closed on a Sunday night. We ended up going to La Butte Chaillot: A Guy Savoy Restaurant. It was a place to eat well, although it wasn't my favorite. We were able to make reservations for about 9:45 p.m. on a Sunday night and it was crowded.

If you are interested I have a more detailed review and pictures on my Paris VT pages under restaurants.

Re: Paris Sunday Dining


Depends on your budget.

These are a couple of my favorites (be sure to call and verify):

Le Grand Colbert
011 33 (0) 1 42 86 87 88
2 Rue Vivienne - 75002 Paris

Also, many of the finest five star hotels offer fine dining open seven days a week:

Dinner at Café de la Paix
Located at the InterContinental Paris le Grand
5 Place de l’Opéra - 75009 PARIS -
Tel : +33 (0)1 40 07 36 36

Enjoy your meal. Cheers!


Re: Paris Sunday Dining


Didn't realize you were a fellow PSU Alumn (90')!
Please let me know if you need additional recommendations for Paris.

Sean (Pittsburgh)

Re: Paris Sunday Dining

by Beausoleil

Most of the restaurants are open for noon dinner on Sundays. Plan your big meal at noon and then find an open cafe in the evening. We usually don't bother eating in the evenings after a large noon dinner since we're still stuffed, but you should find something without much trouble. Ask at your hotel; they will know what is open and nearby.

Many restaurants are closed on Monday because they served on Sunday so you can run into problems there too. The secret is to check ahead. Your hotel staff will be able to help you. We've found some really nice local places from the staff because they really know the neighborhood well.

Have a great trip.

Re: Paris Sunday Dining

by Chris_66

Most of the restaurants are open on sunday lunch time.
Here is my selection for you. You can then check them all on the web; you should easily find english informations about those restaurants:
Le Reminet, rue des grands degres, M° Maubert Mutualite, on the Ile de la Cite, in front of Notre Dame, open on sunday
Le caveau de la cite, rue saint louis en l'ile, on the Ile Saint Louis, open on sunday
Aux Charpentiers, rue Mabillon, M° Mabillon, open on sunday, beautiful decoration and excellent cuisine;

Re: Paris Sunday Dining

by Minka19

Hello, I don't have an answer ;) but i'd be interested in an answer from pedmar. Can you suggest some family friendly (children aged 4 and 7) restaurants in the 7th district? Noon or evening would suit either way for us. Cheers

Re: Paris Sunday Dining

by Minka19

Thanks thats excellent.

Re: Paris Sunday Dining

by riorich55

That's exactly what we tell people about Chicago, cold, but after all it's still Chicago former home of Al Capone and Michael Jordan!!

Travel Tips for Paris

Take a walk at sunset down the...

by wanderlust23

Take a walk at sunset down the river and all its bridges. Here, you can see every major landmark in all of Paris. If you start at the Ile de la Cite you'll go past Notre Dame and then see St. Chapelle, then on your right further on you'll see the Louvre. If you keep going by the river you'll see the Musee d'Orsay on your left, then the Palais de Justice, next the Trocadero on the right with the Eiffel tower directly across. Finally you'll see the petit palais (an art museum) and end at a replica of the Statue of Liberty. All the buildings beautiful, all of them even more beautiful in the sunset. If you go into the Tuilleries right by the Louvre, you'll go up on the avenue Champs Elysees. From the Louvre you can see the ferris wheel, the Obelisk, and the Arc du Triomphe all lined up as in the picture above. Gorgeous!!!

Invalides and Eiffel Tower

by Helga67

In this part of Paris, you will find two major attractions. There is the Eiffel Tower with the Parc du Champs de Mars and the Military school on one hand, and the imposing hotel des Invalides on the other hand. Two things not to be missed.

Walking around in this area, you will notice many luxurious buildings, such as embassies in art nouveau style and aristocratic mansions.

This little known but an...


This little known but an important metallic circular landmark which states POINT ZERO - DES ROUTES DES FRANCE and on which I am standing, is the focal point of distance measure in France.
I was lucky to have observed it while I was outside the Notre Dame.

Paris style

by hobanma

The people of Paris are well dressed and very stylish. You won't see too many people with baggy jeans down around their thighs and their underwear showing.

If you want to fit in, plan to dress nicely the way the locals do.

Sport on the Eiffel tower...

by sourbugger

There has been an amazing range of 'odd' sporting achievements that have been conducted on or from the Eiffel tower. Perhaps you can think of something to add to the following selection :

Golf : Arnold Palmer drove off the second level in 1977

Stilt Walking : Sylvain Dornon got up to the first floor on a pair of stilts in 1891

Running : A bloke called Forestier won the first ever Stair climbing championship. He made the Second floor in three minutes 12 seconds ! - in 1905

Cycling : Pierre Labric rode down the stairs on a push bike in 1923 - and was promptly arrested

Bungee Jumping : A J Hackett dived off the second floor in 1987 - and was promptly arrested

Just plain Mad : A man on a unicycle made it up in 1958 and another hopped up to the first a year later.

Parachuting : In 1912 Franz Reichfelt tried to jump off the first floor in a "Parachute garment" - he promptly went 'splat'.

On the other hand two british lovers jumped off the top in 1984 and completed a 45-second flight landing gracefully in the Champ-de-Mars garden

What could you add to this illustrious list ?


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Address: 5 rue d'Austerlitz, 12 Arr., Paris, Ile-de-France, 75012, France