“Restaurants with outdoor spaces in Paris”… something tells me that you are frantically looking for just that these days. Well so am I. An alternative that I find more original than the terrace option: the banks of the River Seine, Paris’ largest terrace, overlooking the Eiffel Tower.
As I’m constantly being rejected on the phone when trying to book a table at Monsieur Blue, the new restaurant of the Palais de Tokyo, or at Saut du Loup in the Tuileries (I must say that I am an expert last minute booker), I opted for a safer bet and headed to the river banks which has been pedestrianized since mid-June. Explore the riverbanks with the full blog from our #FoundinTranslation Friday partner, Webflakes.