Dancing La Coupole
Swing, rumba, cha-cha, foxtrot, tango and more at roaring 1920s-style tea dances held in the ballroom of the historic brasserie of the...
La Rotonde Montparnasse
Opened in 1911 and recently restored to its former glory, La Rotonde may be awash with the same Les Montparnos history as its famous...
108 bd du Montparnasse, 14e · interesting places nearby
Le Dôme information
A 1930s art deco extravaganza of the formal white-tablecloth and bow-tied waiter variety, monumental Le Dôme is one of the swishest places around for shellfish platters piled high with fresh oysters, king prawns, crab claws and much more, followed by traditional creamy home-made millefeuille for dessert, wheeled in on a trolley and cut in front of you.
Its cheaper bistro and poissonnerie (fishmonger) are around the corner.