The Weird, Different, and Just Plain Interesting Restaurants of Paris: A Photo Gallery

Like many of you, I dream about being in France. A lot.

And, of course, I daydream about eating in Paris, in spite of naysayers who point their compasses at other, more culinarily au courant corners of the globe.

I’m already making lists of culinary adventures in preparation for my grant-sponsoredjourney this fall, doing research in Paris and Aix-en-Provence.

The following are but just a few of the places I’m imagining …

Greek Restaurant in Paris's Latin Quarter (Photo credit: Frédérique Panassac)
Restaurant in basement of 12th-century Parisian church (Photo credit: Jerry H.)
Smallest restaurant in Paris? (Photo credit: Who cares?)
Restaurant Café de l'Odéon (Photo credit: Hotels Paris Rive Gauche)
Restaurant Impala Lounge (Photo credit: VieDeGeek)
A Dog's Life in Paris (Photo credit: Ryan)

6 thoughts on “The Weird, Different, and Just Plain Interesting Restaurants of Paris: A Photo Gallery

  1. Hi Jack, yes, yes, I hope to do just that! I still feel uncomfortable taking pictures sometimes of people in their day-to-day lives, recognizing that what I see is just their real life and not some cinema I am watching. Thanks for writing.


  2. Thank you, it’s fun to see what the talented photographers at Flickr can do. I try to include as many of my own photos as possible, but I do feature photos from others, and give them credit by linking to their original photos. Just click on the photos to see where they come from. Thanks for stopping by.


  3. Someone else took the picture and didn’t give an address. :-( I am going to try to find out and if I do, I’ll let you know. It does look like a marvelous place to dine!


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