5 Best Brunch Spots in Paris

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One of the things every tourist to Paris wants a decent piece of, is the local cuisine. This makes sense, since Paris is known worldwide for the food you can get here. However, you could dine at every blog-listed spot you see, and not come away without having experienced the basic tenet of French culture, unless you ate a hearty brunch at one of the following locations.

At The Saint-Régis: Classic Brunch

A classic café carrying a cozy ambience, this establishment is located in Ile Saint-Louis. Walk in and grab a booth for your group or family, or go with a terrasse table instead. The classical breakfast-cum-brunch fare is to die for, as are the gourmet options served on Sundays.

At Le Loulou Friendly Diner: Chill Brunch

Loulou is a laid-back eatery where you get to enjoy the best brunch and dinner for miles around. Placed a few off Boulevard Saint-Germain, this restaurant is a perfect pit stop for the hectic tourist. Step in while passing between sights on your Paris city tours itinerary, and try and make it early so you can get your name listed for a table. The queues move quickly, so waiting will not be a problem.

At Monsieur Bleu: Brunch with a View

If having brunch looking out at the Eiffel Tower was on your bucket list, Monsieur Bleu lets you have that, besides letting you enjoy great food into the bargain. Order the Sunday brunch, or go with the à la carte options on the weekdays. Try out the lobster roll and French pastries if you have no strict preferences, and you will not be disappointed. Reservations will need to be made, especially during summer.

At Season: Trendy Brunch

Located in the Marais neighborhood, this eatery serves some of the most Instagramable drinks, and the tastiest brunches. For the latter, they have renowned classics with a few genius tweaks. The coffee menu is chock full of chic beverages, which further makes people want to visit when they are in the area.

At Café de Flore: Quintessentially Parisian Brunch

F.Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and Ezra Pound used to visit this place regularly in their times. Tradition is fixture here, and the place has enough of it to make you feel like you successfully went back in time for a good meal. With calm interiors and outside tables to pick between, simple yet exquisite fares, and classy drinks, this spot is a must-visit.