12 Passage de la Canopée, Paris, France

33 (0)1-53-45-84-50

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This brasserie and bar, conceived by Alain Ducasse and Parisian restaurateur Olivier Maurey, opened its doors in Spring 2016 as part of the new Les Halles Food Market. The vision was “a brasserie for the 21st century” that would revitalize its historic neighborhood, and the restaurant has achieved exactly that. Designed by groovy-cool firm Ciguë, with an elegant open space and sleek, industrial design, the dining room evokes the grandeur of an old-fashioned railway station. Large bay windows, white marble surfaces and exposed-beam ceilings give way to the restaurant’s centerpiece, an old-fashioned ticker-board that announces daily specials—additions both to the menu and wine list. Despite its minimalist design, however, the all-day eatery maintains the spirit of a 1920’s Parisian brasserie, with a cozy, buzzing atmosphere that is effortlessly chic.

The menu, complete with signature soufflés and other French staples, adds an innovative twist to classic bistro fare. Chef Bruno Brangeo (formally of Alain Ducasse’s École de Cuisine) marries brasserie favorites with new flavors and lighter ingredients, creating mouthwatering dishes such as salmon with passion fruit and duck parmentier.

Written by Blair West

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