The Brasserie Le Vaudeville has been a Parisian institution for 100 years. Located in the 2nd arrondissement across from the Bourse, this classic brasserie has been serving up delicious French cuisine since 1918.

In 2017, Le Vaudeville was acquired by the Bertrand Group, joining other legendary Parisian brasseries like Brasserie Lipp, Au Pied de Cochon, and Angelina.

Seafood is a specialty at Le Vaudeville. The fishmonger located just outside the brasserie offers a bountiful selection including langoustines, whelks, crab, lobster, and a variety of oysters.

The Art Deco interior and pleasant new terrace provide a comfortable backdrop for enjoying brasserie classics like crispy calf’s head, Burgundy snails, poultry supreme, pan-fried liver, and sole meunière. Le Vaudeville has something to satisfy every taste.

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To start, the escargots showcase fresh, perfectly seasoned salmon in a modern, playful tin can presentation.

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My moules frites dish was delicious!

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After 100 years, Le Vaudeville still seduces Parisians with its traditional dishes and seafood.

Le Vaudeville
29 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris, France

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