The best bike tour is their night one which takes you to major attractions such as the Louvre and Eiffel Tower. Taking a tour of the city by bike is breathtaking. Also, you can enjoy a glass of wine on a cruise on the Seine River.
Restaurants near Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris for Business Travelers
- 10.41 mi0.41 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris
A very nice restaurant situated on the second floor of the Eiffel tower. So you'll be enjoying both GREAT food and a great view. We hosted my mom's 60th birthday there, and I still remember how great and tasty the food was.Popular withLuxuryFoodiesBusiness
- 20.7 mi
- 30.44 mi0.44 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris9 reviews
Does one really review the Eiffel Tower?? All I can say is that my first look at the Tower was when it was shimmering at night (every hour or so), and it was breathtaking. So much more powerful at night.Popular withDesignHistoryLocal
- 40.74 mi
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- 60.55 mi0.55 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris
Ate dinner here our first night in Paris, was not disappointed. We walked right in and sat upstairs, no reservation. All the food items were good, especially the Causollet and Sole with truffle sauce.Popular withFoodiesLocal
- 70.43 mi0.43 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris
Great food, even greater view. We had the Trocadéro view, which offers a view of Champs de Mars & the River Siene. The decor & ambience was fantastique & our server, Florence, provided excellent service. The experience is pricey but definitely worth every Euro we spent.
- 80.5 mi0.5 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris2 reviews
Try Cafe Constant, in the 7th, on Rue St. Dominique. Chef Christian Constant is well-known. Look for the pumpkin soup on the menu. He shared his recipe with us. Casual cafe atmosphere, moderately priced. They don't take reservations, so you may have to wait.
- 90.92 mi
- 100.59 mi0.59 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris2 reviews
Jeff de Bruges is my favorite "mainstream" gourmet chocolate. With a few stores in Paris - and one just recently opened at the Champs Elisees - they make delicious chocolate in every flavor, to eat right there, to gift someone back at home or to have amazing belgian chocolate machine ice cream.Popular withLocalFoodiesWellness
- 110.62 mi0.62 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris
Pretty solid restaurant that got bonus points for being very cute. It was also somewhat near the Eiffel Tower, so after an exhausting day walking around, this was a welcome place to eat. Great ambiance and service, recommend if it's late and you're looking for a bite to eat without a reservation.Popular withLocalFoodiesStudents
- 120.53 mi
- 130.51 mi0.51 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris1 review
Gastronomic! Amazing food and really worth all the Euros I spent here
- 140.59 mi0.59 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris1 review
Order the Duck Confit (10 Euro), Grilled Lamb (10 Euro), and Pear Dessert! The duck confit falls off the bone and is wonderfully done. This is the one dish that I tried the most in Paris, and it is cooked extremely well here. It comes with the typical side of fried potatoes and I loved the French tradition of using ...
- 150.56 mi0.56 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris
We had an absolutely unforgettable meal at L'Astrance this past April and I was just blown away by the food. The surprise menu makes every course a new adventure and each magical item that comes out of the kitchen seems better than the last. The surprise wine menu is the perfect choice to go along with dinner and the wines ...
- 160.39 mi0.39 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris
A brilliant and very French restaurant in the Commerce area of Paris. It's a lovely building with a high glass ceiling, the menu and the staff are very French but don't let that put you off :) The steak was fabulous and the desserts were to die for. If you want to go on a Friday/Saturday you do need to ...
- 170.7 mi0.7 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris1 reviewPopular withFoodies
- 180.51 mi0.51 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris1 review
Very small and well furnished restaurant, with a very original and simple menu. Staff is very friendly and the atmosphere relaxing. Wine is ecxellent and the idea of cocottes is really funny! and remember... it's an idea of Christian Constant. Prices here are quite cheap but if you want to try his restaurant go to the next door!!!!
- 190.97 mi0.97 mi from Fat Tire Bike Tours - Paris1 review
Amazing haute cuisine, combining the best of French and Japanese cooking, served by gracious waiters in a stunning yet understated environment, makes Hiroyuki Hiramatsu’s extraordinary restaurant an ideal special occasion destination
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