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After theater dinner (Theatre de la ville) on a Saturday night...

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After theater dinner (Theatre de la ville) on a Saturday night...

pauliface | Oct 17, 2011 12:56 PM

I've been doing some research and have come up with the following that would fit into a walk home from the theater to our hotel (L'Hotel, left bank, St Germaine). The reservation would probably be for 11PM

Some below were suggested in another recent thread, but there's not much detail.

Any strong winners or losers in the bunch?

Le Bar a Huitres
-- sounds appealing, cold seafood makes a nice light late night dinner. I hear it is touristy, which is okay, so long as not ridiculously so.

Tresor
-- I've eaten here before late night and found it perfectly serviceable. Pleasant, informal, tasty.

Allard
-- no info yet

Alcazar
-- no info yet

L'Atelier Maitre Albert
-- looks lovely, though there specialty appears to be grilled meat, which may not appeal for late night.

Le Bistrot de l'Alycastre
-- no info yet

La Société:
-- looks very pretty, but have read some scathing reviews on the food. Not to be considered, then?

Bofinger:
-- a little out of the way, and I've read mixed reviews. Though that seafood choucroute sounds fascinating.

Le Relais de L’Entrecote:
-- my traveling companion loves steak frite. A bit heavy for late night, but if it is somehow stellar, we'd consider it.

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