PARIS Gay Friendly Restaurants 2020
Dining out in Paris can be sublime. From traditional French cuisine to avant garde fusion restaurants, the choice and range of food available is endless.
Dining out can be a camp affair in Paris. People tend to dress for dinner, waiters can appear rude and tables are often reserved weeks in advance. But don’t worry, the food is delicious… this is Paris after all.
If you are are looking for a gay Parisian institution, then look no further than Au Diable des Lombards. Grab a seat on the terrace during the Summer months. For those looking for something more refined, pay a visit to Des Gars Dans La Cuisine.Sunday brunch is especially popular.
Who’s restaurant and bar is one of the busiest weekend restaurants with its keen pricing and bistro-style menu. Be prepared to wait for a table. Monjul is a high end restaurant offering gourmet Asian cuisine. Finally, Le Gai Moulin is another traditional bistro serving up French classics.
Book your Paris hotel well in advance.
Rates tend to climb during peak Season and special events, the earlier you book, the better the rate, last minute deals are hard to find.
Located in Paris, 500 m from Opéra Garnier, Ritz Paris features a selection of bars and restaurants, a fitness center and a spa and wellness center which includes a pool, sauna and massage facilities. The hotel also features a garden