Le Comptoir du Panthéon
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Le Comptoir du Panthéon information
Enormous, creative meal-size salads are the reason to choose this as a dining spot. Magnificently placed across from the domed Panthéon on the shady side of the street, its pavement terrace is big, busy and quintessentially Parisian – turn your head away from Voltaire’s burial place and the Eiffel Tower pops into view. The bar closes at 1.45am every day.