Le Berkeley is a French restaurant that has been visited by both tourists and royalty. Established in the Roaring Twenties, this sophisticated venue was the top meeting spot for prominent politicians and cultural icons in the 1960s. What makes this restaurant well-known (besides the great food) is how great the inside looks. The interior of the restaurant reflects the essence of an art gallery, making the atmosphere of the entire restaurant feel very classy and upscale. All of the dishes are seasonal, flavorful and memorable.
The Bourdelle Museum preserves the workshop and gardens of sculptor Antoine Bourdelle (1861-1929),... Read more