Restaurants for LGBT in Paris and Surrounds 

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  • 1

    L'As Du Fallafel

    34 reviews

    Nothing beats a Sunday stroll in Le Marais with a falafel sandwich from L'As du Fallafel followed by a leisurely afternoon in the Place des Vosges. Quality no-frills falafel sandwich from the window to the street on Rue des Rosiers. You may wonder why the long queue at this place, but it is worth it for the price and experience.

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  • 2

    Buddha Bar

    15 reviews

    OK, for some folks, this might be a little more touristy than hip, but I had a really fun time here. It's a ridiculously spectacular nightclub that doubles as an excellent restaurant during early evening hours. What's fun is to time your dinner late enough to watch the transition from one to another - a place of refined elegance and ...

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  • 3


    Go for the prix fixe at this place, and treat yourself to steak tartare and oysters-raw food, french style. The wine is not included, but is reasonably priced. The cavernous setting is filled with delightfully officious black and white clad waiters busily attending to their own specific tasks.

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  • 4

    Pain Vin Fromages

    3 reviews

    If you want to have your cheese, and eat it too, in about 76 different ways, head to Pain Vin Fromages (Bread, Wine, Cheese). The sections of the menu include Fondue and Raclette. Cheese and meat plates from each area of France are listed on a cute little map, and the wine list includes some delicious bordeaux. Casual, friendly, with ...

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  • 5


    90 reviews

    These macarons are expensive, but worth the adventure! I've never understood macarons until these. They aren't too sweet and the flavor doesn't take artificial like many of the other generic places.

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  • 6


    51 reviews

    Completely overrun with tourists but the hot chocolate here is so good that it makes it worth it. A must-see for a first time visitor.

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  • 7


    25 reviews

    The famous Parisian ice cream! A must try on a trip to Paris. The portions are small but the flavor delicious! Try the salted carmel and the dark chocolate, they are really great together!

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    Le Relais de l'Entrecôte

    23 reviews

    Come here with an appetite (for steak frites) - and early. When I went, the doors opened at 7:00PM. I walked up at 7:04 and there was a line out the door of people waiting to be seated. The only thing you can technically order is your drink. CASH ONLY if I remember correctly.

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    Café de Flore

    27 reviews

    I went by the famous cafe but it was very expensive and not all that impressive looking so I decided not to hang around. It seemed like a bit of an over rated tourist trap.

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  • 10

    Les Deux Magots

    29 reviews

    In the battle between Les Deux Magots and Cafe Flore, I'm probably more of a Cafe Flore fan, but both of these Saint-Germain establishments are great places to enjoy a light bite, coffee, or a late night drink.

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  • 11


    18 reviews

    Beautiful and delicious! You can choose as many flavors as you can fit and they make it into a rose! Try the chocolate in the center with cinnamon petals! Heavenly!

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  • 12

    Boulangeries Paul

    19 reviews

    Amazing pastries and that's really saying something in Paris! Definitely do not pass up the chance to go here - you will not regret it!!

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  • 13

    Train Bleu (Le)

    High end and beautifully 'Belle Epoque" decorated restaurant inside the Gare de Lyon train station

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  • 14


    The chef used to work for "Fifteen", the restaurant owned by Jamie Oliver (Yup that British chef on Food Network) in London for 15 years. So Frenchie's got some celebrity color to it, but the food quality is no bluff. The menu runs traditional French with surprising creativity here and there. Reservation recommended.

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  • 15

    L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon

    10 reviews

    Eating at L’Atelier wasn't just dinner it was a full event! The restaurant is set-up so almost everyone sits at the bar; which I have to admit I didn’t think I’d like but ended up loving. The atmosphere was fun and it gave us a perfect view of the chefs at work. Our waiter was extremely friendly and attentive and ...

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  • 16

    La Palette

    This is my favourite cafe in Paris because it is old, simple, full of cool & arty people around & it is always lively. This is a perfect place to have a glass of champagne & watch the charming people of Paris running around.

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  • 17

    Eiffel Tower

    9 reviews

    A trip to Paris is not complete without a visit to the Eiffel Tower. As soon as you know you're heading to Paris, reserve a time and buy your tickets for your trip to the Eiffel Tower on their website. The reservations fill up very quickly, which could cause you to wait in line up to 2 hours. Even if ...

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  • 18

    Restaurant Guy Savoy

    9 reviews

    Guy Savoy offers a sensational gastronomic experience. The fine dining ambiance is elegant and welcoming. The artichoke and black truffle soup was delicious, the fish dish was just good, but the veal was perfect. The wine list is so large/heavy that guests need to rest it on a stool; its selection of old world wines is fantastic! The service is ...

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  • 19

    Le Jules Verne

    8 reviews

    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.

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  • 20

    Le Chateaubriand

    8 reviews

    The innovative no choice menu amazed us. Days after, we finally figured out some of the dishes we sampled.

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