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Two over the top dinners in Paris-dining solo-overwhelmed with all the choices....

selena03 | Feb 9, 201008:53 AM

I will be traveling to Paris in April with my daughter and husband and we have decided to split up a few nights so that we can do things that we wouldn't be able to do with our 3 year old. I have chosen two over the top solo dinners and my husband a night at a jazz club. Any ideas would be appreciated as I have been looking at posts and the more I look the more confused I am. It is my first time in Paris so I am not familiar with any of the restaurants mentioned except for the ones with Vegas outposts:) i.e. Alain Ducasse-Mix....

I don't mind rich food and enjoy lighter fare as well. My only food pickiness is that I prefer not to eat pork, veal, or foie gras so as long as there are other choices I am good. I love and prefer to eat fish and chicken, and sometimes order the vegetarian option. And I prefer that any meat, fish is free range, organic and sustainable but my understanding is that in higher end restaurants they only use these anyway?

I like to dress for dinner and like the idea of going somewhere that is not overly stuffy/quiet but has fancy/trendy/beautiful surroundings. For example, my favourite restaurant in Vancouver where I live is Market by Jean Georges Vongrichten. I believe you have one in Paris so I thought that would give you sort of an idea of what I like.

Thank you in advance for your replies.

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