Wine and Dine at Beau­pas­sage

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Le Beau­pas­sage is a lit­tle pedes­tri­ans-only lane ded­i­cated to French gas­tron­omy that runs in a dog’s leg from the Rue de Varenne to Boule­vard Ra­s­pail in the 7th ar­rondisse­ment. Among the chefs par­tic­i­pat­ing in the project are Anne-So­phie Pic, Pierre Hermé, Thierry Marx and celebrity butcher Alexan­dre Pol­mard, who has a steak­house here. Miche­lin three-star chef Yan­nick Al­léno has also opened a con­tem­po­rary French restau­rant here called the Al­lénothèque. This ta­ble spins on the idea of wine pair­ings with the short menu of­fered, and as long as you are fore­warned that ev­ery bot­tle of wine con­sumed here is sub­ject to a 25-euro cork­age fee, it’s a pleas­ant place for lunch on the two-course 29-euro prix-fixe menu or three-course 41-euro prix-fixe menu. A la carte prices at din­ner are much steeper, and reser­va­tions are es­sen­tial. – Alexan­der Lo­brano

Al­lénothèque 6 Al­lée du Beau­pas­sage (7th), 01 84 74 21 21

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