La Dame d'Aquitaine
Truly surprising Celtic, Roman and Merovingian artefacts are displayed here, including a particularly fine 1st-century AD bronze of the...
Built over the tomb of St Benignus (believed to have brought Christianity to Burgundy in the 2nd century), Dijon's Burgundian...
Musée de la Vie Bourguignonne
Housed in a 17th-century Cistercian convent, this museum explores village and town life in Burgundy in centuries past with evocative...
This energetic bar features extra-long happy hours (5pm to 10pm) and a cellar with live music on Friday and Saturday nights.
Le Piano Qui Fume
Market cuisine, carefully chosen ingredients, reasonably priced wines and a lovely contemporary dining room with traditional touches...
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La Dame d'Aquitaine information
Fine Dijonnais cuisine, accompanied by classical music and an extensive wine list, is served under the sumptuously lit bays of this 13th-century cave (wine cellar). The unconventional pricing concept involves paying a flat €29 fee, supplemented by small surcharges for each item ordered (€4 to €13 for appetisers, €5 to €12 for main courses and €4 to €5 for desserts).