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Following in the footsteps of the famed restaurant Lapérouse, the chic coffee shop and eatery Café Lapérouse opened recently at Paris’s Place de la Concorde within the recently refreshed Hôtel de la Marine.
Following in the footsteps of the famed restaurant Lapérouse, the chic coffee shop and eatery Café Lapérouse recently at Paris’s Place de la Concorde within the recently refreshed Hôtel de la Marine, at the hand of Moma Group’s CEO, Benjamin Patou. Featuring abundant interiors by Cordelia de Castellane, guests can enjoy fresh bites ranging from avocado toast to caviar in several choices for seating. Furnished with luxurious details like crystal chandeliers, topiary trees, and table settings with fresh greenery and gorgeous blue-and-white china, the spot encompasses an outdoor terrace, intimate upholstered corner booths, café-style seating with ottomans, and long, banquet tables set for larger parties.
Whitewaller recommends: Dining al fresco.
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