Dinning Area at  Au 36, Champagne, France

Au 36

Au 36 is a charming spot for tastings and shopping in the picturesque, perched village of Hautvillers. After a visit, stop by the church where Dom Pérignon is buried and then stroll through the villages’ charming lanes decorated with wrought-iron signs that identify the local tradesmen.

Dinning Area at L’Assiette Champenoise, Champagne, France

L’Assiette Champenoise

The three-Michelin- starred restaurant L'Assiette Champenoise is set in a charming country hotel, just a few miles from the center of Reims. Chef Arnaud Lallement serves traditional French fare in a luminous modern dining room.

Food at L’Hostellerie La Briqueterie, Champagne, France

L’Hostellerie La Briqueterie

This Michelin-starred restaurant is 10 minutes from Épernay and has been a local favorite for years. The dining room centers around a cozy fire place and has large windows overlooking a rose garden. Groups can organize a private meal in the charming conservatory that has a grape chandelier made of Murano glass.

Le Café du Palais

This large Beaux Arts–style bistro in downtown Reims has been run by the same family since the 1920s. The authentic cuisine, best enjoyed under the Belle Époque–era stained glass ceiling in the back room, includes regional specialties and a predictably long list of Champagne.

Dinning Area at Le Jardin, Champagne, France

Le Jardin

This upscale brasserie on the picturesque grounds of Domaine les Crayères is overseen by Michelin-starred chef Philippe Mille. When the weather is good, patio tables afford diners great views of the chateau and its park.

Dinning Area at Le Parc, Champagne, France

Le Parc

For haute cuisine that is market fresh and playful, this elegant restaurant in the historic Domaine Les Crayères hotel is a must. The wine list features more than 650 types of Champagne and Michelin-starred chef, Philippe Mille, earned his stripes working alongside Yannick Alléno at Le Meurice.

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Inside the Verzy forest, this chic and eco-friendly Champagne bar occupies a solar-powered tree house outfitted with white leather furnishings. The selection of Champagnes includes both grand maison and less well-known brands. The view over the valley and the vineyards from 20 feet up is spectacular. (Children under twelve are not allowed.)

Food at Restaurant Les Avisés, Champagne, France

Restaurant Les Avisés

Anselme Selosse who runs Les Avisés (a stylish 10-room boutique hotel just outside of Épernay) made a name for himself as a pioneer of biodynamic Champagne. For his hotel’s upscale neo-bistro with a long chef’s table, Selosse has brought in Stéphane Rossillon, who honed his skills at the Michelin-starred Maison Pic (285 Avenue Victor Hugo) in Valence.

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