Come and celebrate New Year at Le Procope, the oldest café in Paris, originally open in 1686 and serving visitors ever since. With a menu incorporating the strictest of French traditions, the café has a period style décor, brimming with France’s rich history.
Come and dine at Chez Jenny on New Year’s Eve; a superb Alsatian brasserie merely a stone's throw away from 1930’s Place de la Republique. With its unusually exotic atmosphere, it is the perfect setting to start the evening off.
Happy Gluten Free! This is a notice to all gluten intolerants, we found "THE" restaurant you need to celebrate your New Year's Eve in. Located in the chic 17th district of Paris, we welcome youto the Italian restaurant, Little Nonna.
Although the Compagnie des Bateaux-Mouches is best known for its river cruises, it also runs a rooftop restaurant club that is well worth the detour. Situated near the Pont de l'Alma, the Club offers stunning views over the Seine and across to the Eiffel Tower.
A warm welcome to Le Vaudeville, a bar in Paris’ second Arrondissement, offering a traditional French environment. Located opposite the stock exchange, in the theatre and Grands Boulevards district, this brasserie is a great choice for celebrating your New Year's Eve.
Celebrate New Year’s Eve in one of Paris’s most emblematic locations; the restaurant of the famous luxury patisserie Ladurée on the Champs Elysées. A magical menu bringing together sweet-toothed indulgence and creativity in the sumptuous 19th century decor; it’s simply splendid !
There isn’t a restaurant in Paris that can compete with the mythical décor of ‘Le Train Bleu’, situated in the Gare de Lyon. This national heritage site, boasting impeccable traditional French cuisine with staff waiting on guests hand and foot, is the perfect setting for a magnificent New Year’s Eve.