6 Stylish Places to eat in Paris During Maison et Objet 2017
If you’re packing up your bags for Maison et Objet 2017 you have to start considering some of the best places to eat in Paris. Paris is excited to receive all the design lovers coming to see the latest trends in the interior design world. But not just to experience the fair well know for being the international authority for home decor, interior design, architecture and lifestyle culture and trends, a trip to Paris wouldn’t be complete without experiencing the city’s amazing cuisine and the best restaurants. Start your journey to Paris earlier and get to know the fanciest hospitality designs that only a magical place like Paris would provide. Discover some of the City of Light’s most stylish places to eat and start making reservations for your next trip abroad.
The bold but elegant modern style of young chef Jean-Francois Piège’s new Le Grand Restaurant, which was just awarded two Michelin stars, is the work of Icelandic-born, L.A.–based designer Gulla Jónsdóttir.
Restaurant Guy Savoy
1 Quai de Conti, 6th arrondissement;
One of chicest new restaurants in Paris opened last June and occupies a suite of 18th-century salons overlooking the Seine on the first floor of the Monnaie de Paris (Paris Mint), a magnificent neoclassical limestone building by architect Jean-Denis Antoine. The understated look is the work of Paris-based designer Jean-Michel Wilmotte, but Guy Savoy himself bought the striking 1950s starburst chandelier by Italian designer Gino Sarfatti from a New York dealer.
Restaurant David Toutain
29 rue Surcouf, 7th arrondissement
Chef David Toutain is a rapidly rising star in Paris, and he’s also seriously interested in modern design. This explains the minimalist decor of his ryokan-like Left Bank restaurant with teal-blue walls and custom-made oak tables with ceramic insert centerpieces.
47 Passage des Panoramas, 2nd arrondissement
Tucked away in the Passage des Panoramas, an atmospheric glass-roofed arcade in the heart of Paris built in 1830, this charming Italian restaurant with a witty toys-in-the-attic quality by Philippe Starck was once home to engraver and printer company Sterns, which moved to a new address several years ago. The elegant front windows of the café, a listed French historical monument, are today occupied by two stuffed animals—a wolf and a lynx—with rhinestone collars. Handkerchief lights illuminate the beautiful 18th-century wood paneling, moldings, and harlequin floor.
Café de l’Homme
17 Place du Trocadéro, 16th arrondissement
After a complete makeover by Gilles & Boissier, the mythic Café de l’Homme in the Palais de Chaillot has become one of the most stylish new tables in Paris. The design team respected the Art Deco decor of the 1937 building with views of the Eiffel Tower, the Champ de Mars, and the Jardins du Trocadéro, but made it warmer with sand-color cedar walls and ash-and-marble tables.
Already thinking about the wonderful time you’re about to have in Paris? Don’t miss a bit from this magical and luxurious hospitality designs that will make your Maison et Objet 2017 journey unforgettable.