La avenue des champs-élysées to Paris is as to fifth avenue to NYC! It was a lively street filled with shoppers, tourists and fashionistas! Not only were there countless high end luxurious stores, there were also many tea stores and delicious restaurants!as the night falls, the bright lights illuminates the streets giving it a sense of happiness and enthusiasm.
Restaurants near Avenue des Champs-Élysees
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- 20.18 mi0.18 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees2 reviews
Wonderful old school traditional bistro fare is offered at the legendary Maxim's. Eating here is an experience and a homage to some (me). The art deco decor, the French waiters, the ambiance plus the rich flavors. I have special place for Maxim's in my heart as this was the first restaurant that I had my very first sit down meal...with ...
- 30.23 mi0.23 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees2 reviews
My favorite Paris cafe! Great location and ambiance! Best people-watching in Paris. Downstairs is very crowded; ask for the upstairs next to the window overlooking Rue Royale. A little expensive but worth the splurge. Salmon salad with goat cheese is worth the visit to Paris! Oh, yes: GREAT pastries for desert as well. Other locations in Paris, especially on Champs ...
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- 50.22 mi0.22 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees
Wonderful bistro at the end of an "L" shaped street that meets Rue de Rivoli, Lescure is a very traditional restaurant where the eating quarters are cramped, waiters brash but fun, environment cozy, and the food absolutely delicious! On warm nights, diners may chose to eat outside in front of the restaurant. What a wonderful dining experience here!
- 60.24 mi0.24 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees1 review
The museum has been recently renewed and is worth seeing. Charming place and eclectic choice of master pieces (from Antiquity to 1918). The "Plus" is the Coffee shop-restaurant inside a quiet and nice garden, you can eat outside or inside. The food is simple but good quality. Around 15€/person. If you want to eat but not to visit, just ask ...
- 70.22 mi0.22 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees1 review
Hidden treasure! The cafe at the Petit Palais, which is a free gallery, has good food at a reasonable price in a gorgous setting! Sit in the garden among a mix of classical architechture, ornate celing paintings and natural beauty.Popular withBudgetLocalFoodies
- 80.96 mi0.96 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees
The über famous patisserie is all that. The most traditional location, at Champs Elisees has been recently rebuilt due to a fire and it feels more charming than ever. Expect long lines at the boutique, but it's well worth buying the delicious macarons or other pastry pieces of art. The lines for sitting at the salon de thé are long ...Popular withFoodiesLuxuryLocal
- 90.39 mi0.39 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees51 reviews
it's all tourists all the time at this busy mecca for amazing hot chocolate and sweets. a perfect reward for the kids after a long walk through the nearby louvre. make sure you're seated downstairs which is prettier and livelier than the small upstairs.Popular withFoodiesLuxuryLocal
- 100.97 mi0.97 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees
The Starbucks of steak frites, this chain serves steak and fries until you drop at affordable prices. Whatever location you visit, expect the same standard so you are safeguarded from a hit or miss experience: safe but boring. Given the incredible gastronomical possibilities available in this city, you won't find me here. Ever.Popular withFoodiesLocalTrendsters
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- 120.74 mi0.74 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees
The chef is from the Basque region of Spain and the menu reflects his origins. The place is casual and lively and the food rustic and tasty. When we went, we felt the servers were rushing us, which was very unParisian, otherwise, the meal was excellent. For dessert, you get the rice pudding whether you ordered it or not.Popular withFoodies
- 130.87 mi0.87 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees
I went to the Le Grand Colbert for a Christmas dinner and had a great meal. Even better than my dinner, however, was the hot chocolate served unmixed so I could add molten chocolate, cream, sugar, and whipped cream as I liked. The restaurant is famous to tourists as the place where Jack Nicholson and Diane Keaton re-connected in Something ...Popular withLocalFoodies
- 140.77 mi0.77 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees8 reviews
I just loved this place. It's not your fancy dining locale but the food is great and the atmosphere enjoyable. The Belgian chain is really onto something (and I love all things Belgian). They actually play videos showing how the mussels are captures, prepared and eventually end up on your table. I would say this is probably the closest to ...Popular withBusinessSpiritualGreen
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- 160.43 mi0.43 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees6 reviews
Fauchon's restaurant upstairs of the store can easily be a tourist trap, but it is not. The ambiance is very chic and pink and the service staff, very chic and pink. The food is quite beautifully plate and most important of all, delicious! Set menus and a la carte are both available, just be sure to order dessert at the ...Popular withFoodies
- 170.67 mi0.67 mi from Avenue des Champs-Élysees5 reviews
Café Pouchkine is a Russian bakery on the ground floor of Printemps department store. It's tiny but the cakes and sweets are pieces of art, they are so beautiful you feel sorry for eating them. The seating space is scarce, but the wait is worth it, because there is probably not a more glamorous place in Paris to have a ...Popular withFoodiesLuxury
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