Sleigh bells ring, snow glistens, and Paris restaurants close. At least the vast majority of them do, between Christmas Eve and New Year’s Day. To help you find a place to celebrate, we’ve compiled a schedule of who’s open during the holidays, based on direct confirmation from
Heading to the city of lights for her most beautiful season? Here are our choices for Parisian restaurants to see in – and recover from – the holidays.
Sleigh bells are ringing, snow is glistening, and restaurants are closing. With a good number of Paris restaurants shuttered from before Christmas until after New Year’s, it can be a challenge to find good places to eat during the festive period. To help you out, we’ve compiled
The vast majority of Paris restaurants will be closed from before Christmas until after the New Year, with many reopening on January 3. To help you navigate this tricky period, we’ve contacted the restaurants in Our Paris Guide and have compiled a detailed calendar of restaurant closures.
The vast majority of Paris restaurants will be closed through January 2, but a few will be open to help you celebrate the New Year. There are no bargains at this time of year, but we’ve broken down your options, most ranging from 90€ to (gasp!) 700€.