Bienvenue! Welcome to the world of glitz, glamour, and gastronomy that is the heart and soul of Paris. Whether you’re a seasoned fashionista or a chic-curious traveler, you can’t say you’ve really experienced Paris until you’ve dined at one of its inimitable fashionable restaurants. These are the go-to restaurants for international fashion editors in town for Paris Fashion Week. They also regularly host models in town for fashion shoots.
This is the city where style permeates every corner, from the haute couture boutiques lining the Champs-Élysées to the Michelin-starred restaurants nestled amidst the quaint alleyways of Le Marais.
When the sun sets over the Seine, the City of Lights springs to life, offering up a tantalizing palette of culinary delights that cater to every discerning taste. For a night out that you and your girlfriends won’t forget, Paris is the go-to destination.
I live in Paris and today I want to explore some of the most fashionable restaurants in Paris – the ones that seamlessly blend ambiance, style, and of course, mouthwatering cuisine.
These dining establishments aren’t just places to eat; they are an opportunity to immerse yourself in an unparalleled atmosphere, to savor innovative culinary creations, and to experience the unique blend of fashion and food that only Paris can offer.
Dust off your favorite LBD, slip into those heels, and get ready for a night of elegance and epicurean delight in the most stylish city on earth! Bon appétit, mes amies!
Starting with one of the most sought-after eateries in Paris, L’Avenue sits majestically on Avenue Montaigne, the city’s high-fashion boulevard. Frequented by A-list celebrities and fashion icons, L’Avenue is not just a restaurant; it’s a veritable parade of the season’s hottest trends.
As for the menu, it’s an impeccable array of international dishes crafted to perfection, but what really steals the show is the overall ambiance — a mix of opulence and style that reflects Parisian elegance at its finest. During fashion week, L’Avenue transforms into a vibrant meeting spot for the world’s style-setters and is a must-visit for every fashion girl in the city.
41 Av. Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France
Next up is Bonnie, a charming, Instagram-worthy spot in the heart of the trendy Marais district. Here, upscale Parisian charm meets modern chic in a vibrant, contemporary setting that’s all about effortless elegance. It’s located atop the S/O Hotel with stunning views over the city!
Bonnie is best known for its seasonally inspired menu, boasting locally sourced ingredients and a delightful array of pastries. The delectable food, combined with the incredibly stylish interior, makes it a preferred haunt for fashionistas during fashion week. Bonnie is the perfect blend of trendy decor and gourmet cuisine, ideal for a quick lunch or an intimate dinner.
10 Rue Agrippa d’Aubigné, 75004 Paris, France
Set within the picturesque surroundings of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Loulou is where haute cuisine meets haute couture. It’s not just a restaurant, it’s a cultural experience. With its artfully curated menu and lush garden terraces offering unparalleled views of the Louvre and Eiffel Tower, it’s no wonder Loulou has become a beloved spot for the fashion crowd. During fashion week, this is the place to see and be seen, making it an absolute essential on our list.
107 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France
Hidden in the flamboyant district of Champs Elysées, Gigi offers an unforgettable dining experience. Known for its hip decor and lively ambiance, it is popular amongst the who’s who of the fashion world. Gigi serves up a delectable fusion of traditional and modern Italian cuisine, creating a gastronomic delight that matches the vibrant spirit of fashion week. A visit to Gigi during Paris Fashion Week is akin to attending a glamorous, impromptu fashion show where the outfits are as commendable as the dishes served.
15 Av. Montaigne, 75008 Paris, France
Café Lapérouse is a trendy restaurant in Hotel de la Marine on the Place de la Concorde in Paris. Hotel de la Marine was built between 1757 and 1774 during the reign of Louis XV and originally served as the garrison headquarters for the French Navy. In 2015, the building underwent major renovations and during this time, Café Lapérouse opened.
Café Lapérouse opened in June 2017. The interior was designed by Jacques Garcia to evoke the spirit of the historic Lapérouse restaurant, which opened in 1766 and was a famous meeting place for philosophers, writers, and revolutionaries in the 18th and 19th centuries.
Café La Perouse serves French cuisine for lunch, tea, and dinner in an elegant dining room decorated with wood paneling, velvet banquettes, antique mirrors, nautical motifs, and artwork. Its menus are inspired by the recipes of the legendary Chef Jean-Baptiste de Galaup from the original café.
2 Place de la Concorde, 75001 Paris, France
Situated in the heart of the Opéra district, Coco Restaurant is synonymous with elegance and extravagance. With its breathtaking belle époque decor, Coco is a love letter to Parisian grandeur and sophistication. The menu is a testament to refined French cuisine, offering classics that are reinvented with a modern twist. The stylish setting and sumptuous dishes make it a top destination for fashionistas seeking a truly glamorous dining experience during fashion week.
Palais Garnier, 1 Pl. Jacques Rouché, 75009 Paris, France
Finally, Kong, perched on the top floor of the Kenzo building, offers a surreal blend of fashion, food, and breathtaking city views. With a design that could easily grace a fashion magazine cover, it is famed for its chic fusion of French and Japanese cuisines. Whether it’s a casual Parisian lunch or a romantic dinner under the glass roof with views of Pont Neuf, Kong is the perfect finale to a hectic day of runway shows. Fashion week in Paris wouldn’t be complete without witnessing the city’s skyline from Kong’s unique vantage point.
1 Rue du Pont Neuf, 75001 Paris, France