Chambre de Commerce
Built in 1908, the art nouveau Chambre de Commerce features wrought-iron by Louis Majorelle.
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Le Bouche á L’Oreille
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50 rue Henri Poincaré · interesting places nearby
Brasserie Excelsior information
As opulent as a Fabergé egg with its stucco and stained glass, Excelsior whisks you back to the decadent era of art nouveau. Brusquely efficient waiters bring brasserie classics such as oysters (September through April), juicy steaks and banquet-like seafood platters to the table.