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Le Dauphin


131 avenue Parmentier, Paris
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Much like Frenchie Bar à Vins, Le Dauphin is the wine bar counterpart to a famous French restaurant. Le Chateaubriand is next door, and this place is meant to be a sort of casual little brother with food from the same famous chef. It’s a cool, all marble space, and it’s always filled with cool French people (so…French people), many of whom are waiting for their table next door. A visit to Le Dauphin is definitely not the same experience as eating at Le Chateaubriand, so don’t think that the two are interchangeable. But we do like this place for a glass of wine and a few bites from their menu of small plates before you head out to your next destination for the night.

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