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jmsvss | Oct 21, 201906:10 PM     8

I am researching Paris restaurant recommendations for a Dec 11 birthday celebration. I am considering lunch or dinner. It does not need to be exceptionally fancy or even ***. We are dining with friends - one couple is staying in the 6th and the other in the 2nd. We are not opposed to traveling to a great spot but a closer location would be nice.

This is my second trip to Paris and I really do not remember all of the places we dined previously - I wish I did because if I could find the wonderful restaurant our hotel (Millesime) recommended and that we dined I would go back there.

I have done a little research and these are the places that interested me:
Montee
Pages
Stephanie Pitre's restaurants - Louis or Le Cellier
Le Mazenay
KGB
Kitchen Ter(re)
Le Chateaubriand
Le Poule au Pot
Le Baratin
Septime

My group of 6 does not have any dietary restrictions.

Any and all thoughts and suggestions will be greatly appreciated.

Restaurant MONTÉE
116
Restaurant Le Clos du Cellier
Le MaZenay
Kitchen Galerie Bis
Kitchen Ter(re)
Le Châteaubriand
Le Baratin
Septime
La Poule au Pot
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