This large (and expensive) waxworks inside the passage Jouffroy has some 300 wax figures. They largely look more like caricatures than...
Au Général La Fayette
With its archetypal belle époque decor (brass fittings, polished wood, large murals) and excellent wines by the glass, this old-style...
With sunflower-coloured walls decorated with bull-fighting posters, this contemporary bistro magics you away to southwestern France...
7-9 rue Drouot, 9e · interesting places nearby
Hôtel Drouot information
Selling everything from antiques and jewellery to rare books and art, Paris’ most established auction house has been in business for more than a century. Viewings are from 11am to 6pm the day before and from 11am to noon the morning of the auction. Pick up the catalogue Gazette de l’Hôtel Drouot, published Fridays, in-house or at newsstands.