Clarion Collection Hotel Etoile Saint Honore
214, FBG Saint Honore
Phone: (33) 1 42252627
Fax: (33) 1 45614453
214, FBG Saint Honore, Paris, FR, 75008
- Phone: (33) 1 42252627
- Fax: (33) 1 45614453
Bars & Cafes
This restaurant serves up fresh seafood - and that means prawns, squids, fish and lots of seaweed! All the eight chefs from Thailand serve up tangy seafood delicacies for you right in the heart of Paris. Kok Ping has tables set very close to each other, yet all in all, very comely interiors (look out for the quaint chandeliers). Start off with shrimp soup, Tom Yam Kung. Do go for the Pekinese Peking Duck, and then end with the gooey Mango and Coconut Pudding. You'll be coming back for more real soon!
Flocked by a number of celebrities, diplomats as well as locals, the Purple Bar blends in a right way with the standards set by the Hilton Arc de Triomphe Paris hotel. The decor has bold hues of purple, along with the comfortable sofas and chairs are perfect to unwind as you sip on a brilliantly mixed cocktail. The grand chandeliers illuminate the room and provide soft light for the perfect evening. This vibrant place gives amazing view of the rue de Courcelles.
Located on the prestigious and famed Champs-Élysées is the Le Queenie Cocktail bar and dining space. Queenie is in sync with the panache and glam that matches this expensive piece of real estate. The decor is elegant yet understated like the patrons that drop in to dine at Queenie. Soft music in the back-drop is pleasant enough and complements the serene ambiance. Comfy space and classy atmosphere makes it an ideal venue for business dinner. Gourmet food served with a smile adds to the pleasant experience. Cocktail drinks offered serve as perfect accompaniment and pep-up your mood. Join in with your family or friends for memorable and delightful meal.
The name of the restaurant Mood is inspired by the film called In the Mood for Love, and every inch of the decor is devoted to furthering this ambiance. Passionate reds and glowing golds provide a backdrop for Asian-French fusion cuisine at its most alluring. The night continues even after the kitchen is closed as DJs spin the sounds to accompany the extensive drink menu at the bar-lounge. Prices are relatively affordable for the neighborhood, and happy hour is there as well
The Hôtel Napoléon Champs-Élysées needed a joint where people could socialize over a quick lunch. This resulted in the existence of Bivouac Café, a place where you can enjoy delicacies or just relax over tea or an aperitif. This one-of-a-kind lounge bar is housed in trendy surroundings that can make you wonder! The interiors are in Mahogany and has a marble bar with deep armchairs and sofas. Amongst the tempting delicacies are Roast Dublin Bay Prawns and an Assortment of Shellfish sablés aux gariguettes, followed by the "Classics" mixed sandwich and Entrecôte Steak! You can also feast on the chef's tasty specialties such as Fillet of Sea Bream, Breast of Bresse Chicken and Sautéed Gambas. Dessert lovers will love the fresh fruit salad with Green Tea or the Gariguette Shortbread. To complement your meal, you could also choose from a range of French, Italian, Spanish or Californian wines.
Seafood aficionados are sure to love Le Bar à Huîtres. Garry Dorr is at the forefront of the unrivaled establishment that prides itself on being the global reference-point of coastal fare. As the name suggests, they specialize in oysters, freshly sourced from regions across France. Shuck delectable ocean gems at the bar with a chardonnay or Gewurztraminer. Savor seafood platters of shrimp, squid, mussels, clams, shellfish, and specialty dishes like flambeed turbot and grilled sea bass, sea cicada and blue Breton lobster. The impressive fine wine selection makes for a French gastronomy dining experience.
Mauboussin, a famous French jeweler, has recently opened France's first chocolate bar on the 4th floor of 66 Champs-Elysées. In a contemporary and design space totally created by the Japanese designer Aki Kuroda, three great chocolate vintages – Guanaja, Manjari, and Caribbean can be tasted. From the fine connoisseurs to the greedy amateurs, anyone can savor these exceptional chocolates served in different ways. Shortcrust pastry tarts, black chocolate éclairs or more simply, a real sweet hot chocolate are served any time of day. A breakfast menu is also available.
Experience the American way of life at its best - pink brick walls and round wooden tables, nostalgic posters of cowboys and James Dean, and the charming smile of the waitresses who offer a Sex On The Beach cocktail (EUR7)! Bands, such as the Spin Doctors and the Jeff Healey Band have played here. Brunch is served on Sundays and happy hours are every day from 4p to 8p.
L'Atelier Etoile de Joël Robuchon is as famous as its world-acclaimed chef. The place and the cuisine both have a modern creative touch to it. The Silken Gazpachos topped with fresh almonds are a must have. The crab and avocado dish is placed on a China egg and is served on a stone slab along with red ladles. Another must have is La Tarte aux Legumes Crus et Confits and for dessert the Le Pastel Délice. The meal can end with an espresso and a small plate of fresh caramel filled chocolates. Sometimes considered a bit overpriced - and overrated - it is still a memorable dining experience in the capital.
If you are in a mood to get a drink or two, then head for Atrium, a classy bar located at the Paris Marriott Hôtel Champs-Élysées. It offers a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere where you can enjoy the appetizers and cocktails. Here, you can order a drink and relax in the open-air ambiance of Marriott Square. Located in the foyer, the bar provides a beautiful view of the Champs-Élysées Avenue. It serves as a great way to grab drink and just chill out by yourself, or with a few friends. A variety of snacks and sandwiches are offered to go with your drinks. Five star ambiance, great service and mean drinks, now that is high living!
There is a big portrait of Bukowsky, the famous American writer, at the entrance of this restaurant and bar. In fact, Barfly is also the name of his famous book. Come here for some delicious international cuisine or a drink with friends. The atmosphere is relaxing and the service excellent.
A night at the Six Seven Club is full of opportunities: dine in style and enjoy a live concert in the lounge downstairs, then climb a flight to dance the night away. The first floor features cocktails and an organic menu of meals and snacks throughout the night. Upstairs, top DJs mix the music to fill the dance floor, which can hold up to 800 guests. A fixed menu is available at the restaurant.