Overlooking the city from its Left Bank perch, the Panthéon's stately neoclassical dome stands out as one of the most recognizable icons...
This green-shuttered bar has been dispensing affordable cocktails (more than 200 on the list) since 1966. The ’70s were ‘epic’ here, and...
Le Comptoir du Panthéon
Enormous, creative meal-size salads are the reason to pick this as a dining spot. Magnificently placed across from the domed Panthéon on...
157 rue St-Jacques · interesting places nearby
Perraudin is a traditional French restaurant with embroidered handkerchief lampshades. If that doesn’t put you off, launch yourself into this blast to the past with classics such as bœuf bourguignon (beef marinated and cooked in red wine with mushrooms, onions, carrots and bacon), gigot d’agneau (leg of lamb), confit de canard or flamiche (leek pie from northern France). Prices are reasonable (the plat du jour at lunchtime costs €12) and the place has atmosphere, even if it is a tad on the shabby side.