This turn-of-the-century brasserie in the 17th district has a light-hearted, festive Maxim's feel to it. Its decor features small lamps, red couches, a glass-covered ceiling and furniture from the Champagne region of France. The setting is just right for diving into superb seafood and shellfish, specialties of Le Ballon des Ternes. The restaurant pays tribute to the glory of the French brasserie on a daily basis. As an added attraction, it is open until 3pm for lunch, so there is no rushing you out the door like some other Parisian restaurants.
What's better than wine tasting? Wine drinking. Oh, and cheese pairings. O Chateau invites tourists... Read more