Having been around for over 30 years, not much has changed about this lively French brasserie, including the clean, classic décor and the delicious food. Try one of the many seafood dishes, including fresh mussels or delectable lobster, as well as an excellent glass of wine. This brasserie has plenty of nice, reasonably priced wines, so be adventurous. If you choose to sit inside, be prepared, as the tables are very close together, thus Brasseries Georges is not ideal for an elaborate conversation. The outside terrace is a little calmer, but know that the restaurant is usually very busy with locals, so reservations are recommended.
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