Dancing La Coupole
Swing, rumba, cha-cha, foxtrot, tango, roaring 1920s–style tea dances and more are held in the ballroom of the historic brasserie of...
The reason for visiting this enormous, 450-seat brasserie, designed by the Solvet brothers and opened in 1927, is more history than...
11bis rue Delambre, 14e · interesting places nearby
Le Rosebud information
Like the sleigh of that name in Citizen Kane, Rosebud harks back to the past. In this case it’s to Montparnasse’s early-20th-century heyday (the decor has scarcely changed since Sartre drank here). Enjoy a Champagne cocktail amid the quiet elegance of polished wood and aged leather.