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Depuis sa création en 1880 par Léonard Lipp, la Brasserie accueillit au fil des ans tous les grands noms qui ont marqué la littérature française (Gide, Malraux, Proust, St Exupéry, Camus, Sartre…) et devint ainsi une institution parisienne.
The Brasserie LIPP founded in 1880 by Léonard LIPP has become over the decades the meeting place for artistic, literary, political and journalistic Paris. Where the film stars and theatre meet, you would need to go late though if you hope to see some one famous!!
“The Café de Flore became a popular hub of famous writers and philosophers. Georges Bataille, Robert Desnos, Léon-Paul Fargue, Raymond Queneau were all regulars, and so was Pablo Picasso. The classic Art Deco interior of all red seating, mahogany and mirrors has changed little since World War II. The Prix de Flore, a literary prize inaugurated by Frédéric Beigbeder in 1994, is awarded annually at the Café de Flore.”
“Open 24 hours which is rare in paris, the absinthe is quite a show to drink, and "Tiki No# 2" will get you fucked up really quickly. Packed during Fashion week.”
“A quaint restaurant tuck and hidden away from the bustling city. A nice little garden, best place to have a good lunch at a reasonable price”
“One of the best grilled meat in the Capital! No menu suggested to choose in! All you should do is to tell how you like your meat !”