Musée du Vin
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Vedettes de Paris
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Musée de la Marine
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Café de l’Homme
You probably wouldn’t cross town for the food at the Café de l’Homme, the plush restaurant sharing the same wing of the Palais de...
4 rue Beethoven, 16e · interesting places nearby
It’s been over a decade now since Pascal Barbot’s dazzling cuisine at the three-star L’Astrance made its debut, but it has shown no signs of losing its cutting edge. Look beyond the complicated descriptions on the menu – what you should expect are teasers of taste that you never even knew existed, and a presentation that is an art unto itself.
A culinary experience unique to Paris, you’ll need to reserve two months in advance (one month for lunch).