So, this may come across as a bizarre question but I would general advice on dining in Paris (I suppose I mean versus dining in the US)...not necessarily which restaurants but more behavior-centric advice that an American who may have never dined in France could use. We are well indoctrinated at dining in the US and a couple of us have been to Paris but I never asked for this type of advice before.
For instance, that tipping is not expected...things along those lines. I want to cause the least amount of trauma on the city and our group when we visit.
We will have an 11 month old and we always scurry her out or silence her when she makes the smallest of peeps.
We will have a group of 7 people total (including the small one), 5 adults, 13 year old and the 11 month infant.
I have an additional thread about the 15th and we anticipate taking several meals in that area but will probably dine in many other areas as well.
So, maybe there is nothing of import to know...but if so, I am all ears. Thank you.
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