HEAD CONCIERGE AT BRACH PARIS
Paris is known around the world as the City of Light. What would you recommend visitors do in the evenings to really take in its beauty? A bicycle or Segway city tour to enjoy the main sightseeing spots of the city. You can end your evening at Girafe restaurant for dinner in front of the Eiffel Tower. You will enjoy the shining show, which starts each hour and lasts for 5 minutes, unfold before your eyes. As a culinary capital what are three of your favourite restaurants that you would recommend our readers to try? For a gastronomical experience I will suggest Restaurant du Palais Royal. If you are looking for a brasserie, try Réjane. For a nice bistro, Bouillon Pigalle will be perfect for a typical Parisian atmosphere. What are the top three monuments not to be missed while in Paris? Musée Jacquemart-André to admire the architecture and the most beautiful private collection of Parisian art near the Champs-Elysées. The winter garden embellished with an extraordinary dual revolution staircase is one of my favourite parts. Palais Royal. It’s one of every Parisian’s favourite places for a stroll. The ComédieFrançaise, the Palais-Royal theatre and the Grand Véfour restaurant, which is a listed historical monument. Baccarat is a museum exhibiting in Paris a selection of pieces made by the Baccarat crystal factory, in Lorraine. If our readers wanted to spend their day shopping, would you recommend they do so on the Right Bank or the Left Bank? Marché Paul Bert & Serpette where 350 antique dealers offer you the best of antiques and design. Marché des EnfantsRouges market will offer you a wide selection of fresh seasonal produce. Galerie Vivienne, over 176 meters long and under a glass canopy that illuminates the old mosaic floor, boasts shops that display refined luxury What would be the most romantic date in the capital of romance? In my opinion a dinner cruise on the Seine with Ducasse sur Seine on the first electric boat of the city will be the best option. You will enjoy a wonderful gastronomic dinner with a nice general view of the city by night. All the lights under the many historic bridges and monuments of Paris create a romantic atmosphere. What would you recommend for families to discover while visiting the French capital? Jardin d’Acclimatation in Bois de Boulogne is a great family amusement park with attractions and the access to the Louis Vuitton Foundation through the garden is free. A cruise of Canal Saint-Martin to discover the charm of the Saint Martin canal lined with hundred-year-old trees. Romantic and unusual. Gardening workshop on the roof of the Brach with the gardener. What are your favourite cocktail bars in the city? Discover the unusual speakeasy Moonshiner bar hidden at the back of a pizzeria. Ostrea et Perdition, a hidden bar under an oyster bar. And the Speakeasy Jazz Club. Brunch and high tea are Sunday favourites, where would you suggest to our readers to enjoy the best treats? Teatime & Treats at Sébastien Gaudard next to the Tuilerie Garden. And brunch at Brach Hotel.
Ducasse sur Seine Marché Paul Bert & Serpette Brasserie Réjane Jardin d’Acclimatation Galerie Vivienne