Église St-Germain des Prés
Paris’ oldest standing church, the Romanesque St Germanus of the Fields, was built in the 11th century on the site of a 6th-century...
Café de Flore
The red upholstered benches, mirrors and marble walls at this art deco landmark haven’t changed much since the days when Jean-Paul...
Le Petit Zinc
Not a ‘little bar’, as its name would suggest, but a large, wonderful brasserie serving mountains of fresh seafood and other traditional...
151 bd St-Germain, 6e · interesting places nearby
Brasserie Lipp information
Waiters in black waistcoats, bow ties and long white aprons serve brasserie favourites like choucroute garnie (dressed sauerkraut) and jarret de porc aux lentilles (pork knuckle with lentils) at this illustrious wood-panelled establishment. (Arrive hungry: salads aren’t allowed as meals.) Opened by Léonard Lipp in 1880, the brasserie achieved immortality when Hemingway sang its praises in A Moveable Feast .