Where to Dine and Drink During Paris Fashion Week

Where to Dine and Drink During Paris Fashion Week
From L’Ecrin, the hotel’s gastronomic restaurant offering an intimate 28 seats per evening, to Jardin d’Hiver, the enchanting tea-time lounge ideal for an afternoon reset, and Les Ambassadeurs, the stylish 60-seat bar destined to become the city’s new hot-spot for Parisians and visitors alike, Hôtel de Crillon offers the city’s chicest dining and drinking experiences, sure to delight the most sophisticated tastemakers.

Hôtel de Crillon’s restaurants and bars include:

L’Ecrin, the hidden gem of Hôtel de Crillon, welcomes a mere 28 guests per evening on an exquisite culinary journey that invites them to savor the inventive and creative dishes of young Michelin-starred Chef Christopher Hache. Having spent a two-year sabbatical exploring new flavors, ingredients, and techniques with notable chefs throughout Asia and the Americas, Chef Hache weaves together his international discoveries with his French culinary savoir-faire to create a bold, sophisticated repertoire that satisfies and surprises even the most well-traveled of foodies.

Brasserie d’Aumont, a warm and convivial brasserie situated at the heart of the hotel, greets travelers and Parisians alike with timeless, quintessentially French fare inspired by the country’s rich culinary history. From breakfast to late-night bites, guests are invited to sit back and enjoy the electric yet traditional atmosphere while sampling refreshed classics prepared by Chef Justin Schmitt, who combines his appreciation of timeless French cuisine with talent, precision, and an exciting artistic touch.

Jardin d’Hiver, (pictured) set in one of Hôtel de Crillon’s most historic spaces, not only entices with a relaxing ambiance perfect for teatime or post-shopping pauses, but also invites indulgence with exquisite sweets imagined by Executive Pastry Chef Jérôme Chaucesse. Designed to serve as a residential lounge, Jardin d’Hiver is the perfect place to share a glamourous moment amongst friends and family while appreciating the finest delights that the city has to offer.

Les Ambassadeurs, the newest place to see-and-be-seen in Paris, offers a majestic yet lively ambiance that strikes a perfect balance between the past and the present. With its impeccable selection of the three “C’s” – cocktails, champagne, and caviar – and live music nightly, not to mention meticulously crafted cocktails by Head Barman Christophe Davoine, the bar’s refined menu and festive vibe attracts a wide-ranging and sophisticated clientele.

La Cave, an impressive yet intimate venue, holds Hôtel de Crillon’s impressive collection of over 40,000 fine and rare wines, including labels from the early 20th century. Up to 12 connoisseurs can gather in this secluded, subterranean space for tastings of special food-and-wine pairing dinners led by Chef Sommelier Xavier Thuizat, whose multi-sensorial approach helps guests discover and appreciate the infinite nuances – colors, tastes, and bouquets – of fine wines and spirits.

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