Amidst Parisian fashion frenzy, taste haute-cuisine and live the vibrant nightlife at these top hotspots!

Hey, it’s Paris calling! Each year Paris Fashion Week is a whirlwind of style and the biggest carnival of fashion there is. And this year is no different! During the glitz and glamour of the week, the city is bustling with designers, celebrities, models and all the fashion enthusiasts. And, as the influx of these stylish guests starts, the city braces itself for the most exclusive soirées, night parties and exquisite luncheons. Amid the electric Parisian atmosphere, we’ve selected venues that have emerged as ultimate havens for fashion aficionados—frequented by bigwigs from the realms of art and fashion. Here, we’ve brought you an ultimate guide to Paris’s chicest and trendiest of places for you to taste true Parisian flair!


Miss KŌ

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 Miss KŌ is an ideal spot to unwind between the fashion shows. Offering exceptional Asian cuisine in French land, the restaurant is located at one of the prime spots in the city i.e. Champ Élysées. Designed by Phillppe Starck, the space is a stylish and convenient retreat for enticing its guests in the hustle and bustle of Paris Fashion Week!


Maxim de Paris


When at Maxim’s, dine in a cabaret setting with live shows or enjoy a few cocktails. Housed in Rue Royale, the restaurant offers exquisite French-themed dining. The ancient property, now a historically ranked landmark, is a must-see space where infamous clients like Andy Warhol, Maria Callas, Sacha Guitry, Audrey Hepburn, Orson Welles, and Grace Kelly used to dine.


Soho House Paris

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Savour the upscale ambiance of this members-only club, where the stylish and sophisticated Parisian community gathers for exquisite cuisine and entertainment. Soho House Paris is an exclusive private hotel-club spreading out through a beautiful interior courtyard filled with greenery. And, while you wine and dine here, if you’re lucky enough, you might just bump into Naomi Campbell!


Madame Brasserie


 Madame Brasserie, housed in the iconic Eiffel Tower, is ‘the spot’ in Paris to dine during the Paris fashion week. The space offers a unique dining experience on a French menu created by renowned chef Thierry Marx. Overlooking streets filled with fashion connoisseurs, hop in for a culinary journey here with stunning views of Paris shining bright in twinkling lights.


Le Tout-Paris

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Boasting breathtaking views of river Seine and city life, Le Tout-Paris stands as a culinary haven in the list of Parisian brasseries. Perched on the 7th floor of the Cheval Blanc, bathed in Parisian light, this contemporary brasserie’s  menu is crafted by chef William Béquin. The drool-worthy menu includes delicacies such as a piece of beef with a side of “Pont-Neuf” fries, farm poultry, burgers and chocolate soufflé. 


La Maison de La Truffe  


 Maison de la Truffe, founded in 1932, is an unmatched French gastronomic heaven, located in Paris’ affluent Place de la Madeleine area. At the Maison de la Truffe, indulge in exquisite dishes featuring truffles, the “black diamond” of gastronomy, as well as a one-of-a-kind sensory experience with truffle-infused ice cream and chocolate delicacies. 


Boeuf sur le Toit

Boeuf sur le Toit

Experience the rich Parisian history at Boeuf sur le Toit (Beef on the roof), a legendary restaurant founded in 1922 by Jean Cocteau, where painters, musicians, and poets gathered monthly. This restaurant is the OG place to experience the best of French food, live music, and the feel of Paris. The venue, frequented by celebrities like Christian Dior, Coco Chanel, and Picasso, is also known for impromptu concerts and creative performances. 


Le Brach Paris

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 At Le Brach Paris, during Paris Fashion Week, taste Chef Adam Bentalha’s menu filled with vibrant flavours and infused with Mediterranean-inspired cuisine. At Terrasse on the second floor, tantalise your tastebuds with a separate culinary adventure with Asian influences. Complement high-end food with stunning views of the metropolitan skyline!




Epicure, a Michelin-starred restaurant housed in opulent Le Bristol offers the ultimate French gastronomy crafted by celebrated chef Eric Frechon. At Epicure, enjoy the seasonal rhythms in the food as well as the ambiance with its two dining rooms—Winter and Summer. In the gorgeous setting of exquisite garden savour macaroni stuffed with black truffle, artichoke and duck foie gras (a dish made of ducks) or their signature dish gratinée (a type of soup) with aged Parmesan.

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