In this century of unrest and obscurantism, there are beautiful traditions, that of sitting on a café terrace, that of eating in good company, and that of wanting to philosophize on Sunday morning. Well Les Phares, taken over by young people from Aveyron, Jean-Baptiste and Guillaume, both young graduates of the business and engineering school, as dynamic as competent, offer you this opportunity on the Place de la Bastille. They deserve your visit not only on Sunday morning, where, during a breakfast or a brunch, you will listen or participate in philosophical discussion, on freedom, property, real or even women, between a painting by Eugène Delacroix and a statement by George Sand. But 7 days a week where you can certainly meditate, sip a good beer, soft cocktails, or wine by the glass, well taste some dishes prepared in the tradition of Parisian brasseries… Onion soup, charcuterie or cheese board, snail, mayo egg, grilled steak… The originality of this address is a hundred photos of customers that were taken 10 years ago, the soul of the neighborhood. They added a touch of humour in the name of the dishes. The dish of the day, the chef's risotto or the sea bass fillet with small vegetables. A menu board of charcuterie and cheese from Aveyron. Happy hour every evening and for intellectuals every Sunday morning, don't forget the philosophy bistro.
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