Whether you appreciate Mc Donald’s or not is a subject as such. My major objection is perhaps that it’s a pity to see too many of the traditional brasseries and cafés being taken over and transformed by Mc Donald’s, Starbuck…
This one is perhaps a nice exception where at least the outside has been respected and even the inside seems to keep a bit of the original touch.
This was originally a brasserie from 1910, called the “Au Roi de la Bière” (The King of Beer). On the façade you can actually see the king
My previous blog, PHO, was in operation for a year as from March 2007. It contains similar posts as this one, basically talking about different well known or more secrete sites in Paris. You can reach it by clicking HERE.
Si vous chercher quelqu'un à Paris qui ouvre des portes, normalement fermées, et qui sait tout sur l’histoire de Paris, vous pouvez contacter Marc Soléranski, conférencier national, historien, tel. 01 42 78 14 96. firstname.lastname@example.org
If you look for someone in Paris who can open doors which normally may be closed, who knows everything about the history of Paris, you can contact Marc Soléranski, lecturer and historian, phone +33 1 42 78 14 96. email@example.com