Historical Cafe Procope. It is the oldest restaurant of Paris in continuous operation - it was opened in 1686 by Sicilian Francesco Procopio

Historical Cafe Procope. It is the oldest restaurant of Paris in continuous operation – it was opened in 1686 by Sicilian Francesco Procopio

Some of the best places to eat in the world are located in Paris.  It is a city that is filled with fabulous cafes, brasseries and more.  Paris is also a place that can provide the adventurous diner with a unique experience.

Dark Dining

Dans le noir is a restaurant located near the Pompidou Center.  Dinners who eat here enter a dark world where they will be dining without light.  Upon entering the restaurant they won’t be able to see and are led to their tables by the blind staff.  It’s a sensory dining experience where people eat with their hands and can only identify their food with touch and smell.  Instructions are given on how to properly pour wine into a glass in the dark.  Initially some people are apprehensive but once the dark dining experience begins everyone ha

s a good time.

Train Dinning

La Gare is located in the 16th district of Paris and is a former railway station.  It even provides a stunning patio area along old railway tracks.  It has high ceilings and red brick walls.  Le Wagon Bleu is a restaurant located in a restored 1930s train carriage once used on the Orient Express.  It provides fine dining in a setting of cherry wood paneled walls and tables covered with white table cloths.

Dutch Barge

Once Upon a Table is a restaurant set on a Dutch barge that sits in the Seine River.  It is located in the Latin Quarter of Paris and enables its visitors to witness a stunning view of Notre Dame.  It provides fine dining as well as an interesting Powerpoint presentation after each course.  The presentation describes the history and cultural significance of each dish that’s just been eaten.

Ultimate Parisian Cafe

Le Procope started doing business in 1686 and is recognized as the oldest café located in Paris.  It is a three-story townhouse that is designated as a historic monument.  The walls are hundreds of years old and have been painstakingly preserved as well as carefully painted.  It provides visitors with a place to experience a good coffee break or a traditional French meal.

To learn more about the many unique experiences that await those who travel to France contact us today.