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A long weekend in February

ManInTransit | Jan 2, 201507:43 AM     6

Hello all, our 4th Paris trip in just over three years is in February and so I'm returning to the France board for the usual vetting of our itinerary.

The spanner in the works this time is our daughter who will be less than three months old so my long-held ambition to visit L'Arpege will remain unfulfilled.

We will eat out mostly at lunch I think rather than dinner as we have some basic catering facilities in our apartment. I wondered therefore whether any of the following place would be a complete no no with a child - or which Paris hounds don't recommend for the food. There will be no stroller/pram to manoeuvre and she will sit on us very happily and quietly.

Pirouette
Office
La Regalade Conservatoire (linked to our accommodation)
Albion
Chez Casimir
Vivant Table
Saturne

I sense already that Office may not work and Saturne probably isn't appropriate but it's on the list as I've wanted to visit for a while.

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