French Diner in a "Belle Epoque" French Brasserie (Montparnasse)
This time I propose you to meet and discover a typical French Brassserie at Montparnasse decorated in an Art Decho style with a lot of History.
Find below some some history
Looking forward to seeing you next Friday
"The early 20th century and the Roaring 20s left an indelible mark on Protected content .
The intelligentsia and the major artists of the day all gathered in this legendary bohemian quarter, and the hot spots of Montparnasse welcomed the most prominent figures of the day, from Picasso to Modigliani, Cocteau, Trotsky and Fitzgerald. This is the rich, historical tradition that shaped Le Montparnasse Protected content .
The changes in the restaurant are inextricably linked to the changes the area has seen. Opened in Protected content , it was bought in Protected content Edouard Chartier. It was not until Protected content that major renovations began that gave the location its sumptuous Art Nouveau décor – a skylight with glass in warm tones, mirrors with beautiful wood frames, a long, finely-worked wooden balustrade and soft lighting over it all.
In Protected content Chartier was sold and became the Bouillon Rougeot until Protected content . Since then the restaurant has crossed the ages without losing any of its original charm, which earned it a historical monument listing on 16 July Protected content .
After restoration, it opened its doors on 4 June Protected content , to continue transporting diners to the Belle Époque. And if the proof of the pudding is in the tasting, you’ll have to test the traditional dishes that fill the menu, managing to include both originality and quality. Or let yourself by guided by the Belle Époque Menu."
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