Where to meet the gratin of fashion on a lunch break? Small listing canteens and restaurants where the entire fashion sphere is concentrated, with a peak rate of celebrities during fashion show periods. Be seen and seen during fashion week , this is where it happens!
The place. Just hoisted to the 16th floor of the SO/Paris hotel facing the Seine on the Quai Henri IV side , the new Paris Society address promises to attract fashion fans during this Paris fashion week. With the Ile Saint-Louis at her feet and a breathtaking view of the most beautiful Parisian monuments, Bonnie displays an atmosphere with 60's accents with, on the terrace, a mind-blowing mirror installation by Olafur Eliasson and Sebastian Benham .
Who do we meet? Throughout the week, the hotel rooms will be packed with models , buyers and stylists from all over the world. In the evening, festive address obliges, we will find as always its share of actresses, sportsmen and socialite artists inclined to be seen in the most hype places of the moment.
Food from twigs. Party foods that don't make you fat: that's the #PFW mojo . So we share crispy langoustines with basil (€24), smoked marinated beef (€22), marinated sea bream with lime (€22), lobster , avocado and lettuce flower (€48) or even a tian vegetables (€26) and a fine selection of fish dishes and, for dessert, peaches, fresh almonds and lemon sorbet (€18).
Open for lunch from 12 p.m. to 2:30 p.m., for dinner from 7 p.m. to midnight. Club from Wednesday to Saturday 10:30 p.m. to 3 a.m.
Bonnie , 10 rue Agrippa d'Aubigné, Paris 4th. 01 78 90 74 74
The place. A decorum and a menu unchanged since the 1930s which welcomes the most prominent personalities of the moment. Its bubbling and authentic atmosphere embodies the capital to perfection, intellectual, worldly and casual.
Who do we meet? Parisian elite frequent the political establishment there, from François Mitterrand to Emmanuelle Macron , popular literary figures from Verlaine to Beigbeder , the most bankable fashion week tops from Kate Moss to Emily Ratajkowski , and even the J. Lo and Ben Affleck incognito on their Parisian honeymoon, like all the eccentric and passionate left bank night owls.
Food from twigs. The certified vintage menu remains timeless. The bismark herring (€12) and the plate of real Prince de Paris ham (€15.50) give pride of place to the dishes of stuffed pig’s trotters (€23.50) or quarter of cold chicken with mayo and salad ( €25.50). For dessert, the iced coffee parfait (€10.90) competes for the limelight with the eternal frozen profiteroles (€12.50).
Open Monday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 12:45 a.m.
Brasserie Lipp 151 boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris 6e
The place . “ Make Food Not War ”. In Beirut, Kamal Mouzawak worked to reconcile peoples through the sharing of good and land in his restaurant Tawlet . Now based in Paris, the iconoclastic cook has opened a little Parisian sister to his legendary restaurant in the 11th arrondissement, a “ free table ”, as he likes to claim, where one finds a taste for generosity and celebration, the excellence of the Lebanese tradition and the humanist flavors of Kamal.
Who do we meet? The ultimate fashion gang of Kamal's friends: the great fashion designer Rabih Kayrouz , Sophie Fontanel , Clara Cornet , Pierre Touitou...
Food from twigs. As is the tradition on holidays in Lebanese families, the feast is offered in the form of a buffet where the staff prepares your plate before bringing it to the table: soups, tabbouleh, tomato/olive salad, hummus, stuffed vine leaves and traditional dishes. Special mention to the hot vegetarian dishes every day and the sublime white coffee. To be tested absolutely: brunch like in Beirut on Saturday and Sunday (€42).
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m. and from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m., Sunday from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Tawlet Paris 2 rue de la Fontaine au Roi, Paris 11th. 01 48 06 42 89
The place . Since the opening this summer of the Place de la Concorde museum, the Hôtel de la Marine has become the most popular meeting place this fall. Especially its dining room, a new stronghold of fashion and couture in a spectacular setting by Cordelia de Castellane (DA of Dior Maison). Special mention to its interior terrace, a haven of peace and chic.
Who do we meet? Olivier Rousteing , Antoine Arnault, Natalia Vodianova, and of course the Dior team .
Food from twigs . Stars of the menu, the soft-boiled eggs garnished with truffles, bottarga and caviar are sensational. Another safe bet: the croque-monsieur. But unanimously, people come here more to “ see ” than to feast.
Open Monday to Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to midnight
The place. It was the headquarters of Christian Dior and his models during his lifetime. The Relais Plaza , the legendary brasserie of the palace, endures in haute couture perfection with a magical and inimitable glamorous atmosphere. After the Ducasse years, the arrival of Jean Imbert in the kitchen creates more than ever the event, supported by the more than perfect service of Marie Sauvage, Parisian figure par excellence.
Who do you meet there? All the fashion fauns of the Marais are already in a hurry, delighted to be able to show themselves as a satellite of the Nodaleto team: the DA of Vuitton Nicolas Ghesquière , Sarah Andelman (colette), Clara Cornet, Emmanuelle Alt , the photographer David Sims, Adrian Joffre (Comme des Garçons) and a daily army of stylists and models.
Food from twigs . More than just another sophisticated sushi counter, Onii-San plays the izakaya card , the famous Tokyo pubs where you come to nibble on small plates and sip beer or sake in droves: mizuna daikon salad (10 €), chicken karaage (€14), matured toro sashimi (€24.50), toro sando – an insane XXL sandwich (€23) or vegetable yakitori (€10).
Open Monday and Tuesday from 7 p.m. to 11.30 p.m., Wednesday to Saturday from 12 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 11.30 p.m., Sunday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and from 7 p.m. to 11.30 p.m.
Onii-San , 82 rue des Archives, Paris 3e
Le Relais Plaza
The place. The Relais Plaza , the legendary brasserie of the palace, endures in haute couture perfection with a magical and inimitable glamorous atmosphere. After the Ducasse years , the arrival of Jean Imbert in the kitchen creates more than ever the event, supported by the more than perfect service of Marie Sauvage, the Parisian figure par excellence.
Who do you meet there? The All-Paris (actors, journalists, politicians, businessmen) but also the very high-flying American jet-set of the palace, fan of Jean Imbert.
Food from twigs. Imbert imported Mamie 's cuisine to the brasserie: lobster-mayo (€46) and Pont-Neuf apple tartare (€36). For dessert: minute floating island (€26 for two) or Madagascar vanilla millefeuille (€22) on all the tables.
Open Monday to Sunday, between 12:15 p.m. and 2 p.m., then between 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m., Thursday Friday and Saturday until 11 p.m. by reservation
The Relais Plaza , at the Hotel Plaza Athénée, 25 avenue Montaigne, Paris 8th
Sadelle's at Kith
The place. Surfing on its incomparable hype and determined to compete with Supreme in Europe, Kith offers itself a huge Parisian flagship instead of the late Pershing Hall hotel , flanking the Golden Triangle with its hip hop tinsel and imposing its high-end guarantee. and sharp in line with colette . For the snack break, the New York brunch institution Sadelle's offers its American-style cheat meals and Cobb salads.
Who do you meet there? Between two fittings of ultra-sharp sneakers, we find seated there the great pundits of streetwear, incognito hip hop stars and fashion personalities in the theme.
Food from twigs. Eggs Benedict with salmon and caviar from Petrossian (between €55 and €95) , world famous French toast (€18) , ice cream sprinkled with FlatWhite cereals imagined by Virgil Abloh or a household of Rice Krispies, Choco Pops and Cookie Crisp Daniel Arsham way .
Open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sadelle's , 49 rue Pierre Charron, Paris 8th
The place. The coolest restaurateurs in Paris are doing it again with a new broth at Répu, in the former Alsatian brasserie Chez Jenny, whose atmosphere is so 1932 starting with the revolving door, an orchestra, the carpet and the blown ball lamps ... Same formula of the win: we arrive without reservation to feast on scoundrel dishes at ridiculous prices on well-dressed white tablecloths.
Who do you meet there? Joséphine Japy, Edouard Baer and the Justice gang. but also all the press offices in Paris and the great fashion family, all based in Répu, well.
Food from twigs . Surging eggs with mayo (€2.50), chilled peas and fresh goat cheese (€3.50), mashed sausage (€9.40), steak and fries with oregano butter (€11.80), profiteroles (€4.80) and floating island with pink pralines (€3).
Open every day for lunch and dinner
Bouillon Republic , 39 boulevard du Temple, Paris 3rd
The place . The Water Bar is dead. Long live Marco ! The Parisiennes of the high mourned the closing of the canteen of Colette. Its creator Marc Giami opened the same concept just a stone's throw away!
Who do we meet? Sarah Andelman , Leïla Bekhti , Sarah Lavoine … In short, beautiful people at the gate.
Food from twigs . A designer menu with big names in food: the Caesar salad and its famous “ Costes sauce ” (€18), the mar’co plate (from €17.50), the croque-monsieur by Sébastien Gaudard ( €19) or the Jean-Paul Hévin cheesecake (€11.50).
Open Monday to Saturday, 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Marc'o 4 rue de la Sourdière, 75001 Paris
Wild and the Moon Saint-Honoré
The place . In her flagship store on the Place du Marché Saint - Honoré , in place of the former Marc Jacobs bazaar, Emma Sawko reconciles the French way of life and veganism from Los Angeles.
Who do we meet? The obsessed with the new eating well, from journalists from Vanity Fair and Vogue , to the most followed fit-girls and yogis.
Twig food . Could not be more pointed:
cold-pressed vegetable juice (€5.90), turmeric-ginger shot (€5.90), cauliflower and vegan parmesan salad bowl (€10), moon porridge (€11.50), chocolate tart ' with gluten-free tahini (€7).
Open Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Wild And The Moon Saint Honoré 19 place du Marché Saint-Honoré, 75001 Paris
Hotel Grand Amour
The place . The trendy Auberge Espagnole is home to the most rock and roll dining room in Paris. The infernal trio formed by Thierry Costes , André Saraiva and Emmanuel Delavenne receives a high-flying audience there in an atmosphere that flirts with the Palace and Studio 54.
Who do we meet? The tycoon Olivier Zahm ( Purple organizes its fashion week evening there every year), the Kate Moss of tomorrow (IMG and Elite agencies), and all those who weigh in on the fashion sphere.
Food from twigs . A salad of tomatoes, figs, spring onions and organic eggs (€11) , a homemade tarama and brioche bread to share (€11) , a " Grand Amour " plate with chickpeas, green beans, radicchio, figs, onions, mint and pecorino (€14), and an Armagnac baba with poached pear (€11) to finish.
Open every day on reservation in continuous service from 12 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. (01 44 16 03 30)
Hotel Grand Amour , 18 rue de la Fidelite, 75010 Paris
The place . The most prominent coffee-shop in Paris, opened by Cathy Closier in the Marais, is a phenomenon. Witness the queue and the non-stop world from breakfast to the end of the day and the number of photos that are posted there daily on Instagram.
Who do you meet there? It-girls, women of power, Instagrammers: everything that Paris concentrates in influence, without forgetting, of course , the stars passing through the swamp like Paola Locatelli, Jean Jacques, Younes Bendjima, Fiona Zanetti..
Food from twigs . New York inspirations revisited with Parisian sauce contribute to the success: grilled banana bread (€7), avocado toast (€12), season açaï (€11) green pancakes with moringa (€14), not to mention the fantastic veggie burger and its delicious sweet potato fries (€18).
Open Monday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.