Rosa Bonheur sur Seine

Port des Invalides - Quai d’Orsay, 75007 Paris
Open Wednesday through Sunday from 8am to 11pm

Metro 8 et 13  - Invalides, RER Invalides


Enjoy the view of the Seine, the Pont Alexandre III and the Grand Palais at Rosa 'guinguette' barge on the banks of the Seine. Emblematic of the Paris people, these open-air dance halls, captured on canvas by Renoir, offer fairy lights, accordions and wooden dance floors.

‘Rosa Bonheur’ is a traditional style venue that has been modeled on early last century taverns. Order traditional tavern foods and drinks at the bar, take your tray back to your table,  sit back and soak up the atmosphere.  Early birds can make the most of the breakfast menu, that includes a variety of delights such as fig tapenade, Serrano ham, Cevennes cheese, Manchego cheese, hotdogs, homemade ice cream, salad of the day and other specialties from the South. Dancing Included!

Le Flow

Port des Invalides, Website
Open Monday through Sunday from 11am to 2am

Flow is welcoming and great spot to admire some of the most beautiful monuments in Paris.

It serves a variety of food that is prepared in-house as well as a selection of artisan patisseries to suit all tastes.

The Centipede Terrace

Port des Invalides
Metro 8 et 13 / Arrêt Invalides

Bus 93, 83, 63 / Arrêt Invalides, RER C Invalides

There are over 160 spaces for you to picnic, chat, or play games with your friends.

Take a picnic and set yourself up for a relaxing lunch! Game boards are printed on the tables.

Le Bistro Parisien

Port de la Bourdonnais, 75007 Paris

Metro  Bir-Hakeim, Trocadéro, Bus  42, 82, RER Champ de Mars – Tour Eiffel

An ideal location at the foot of the Eiffel Tower and wonderful views from its two terraces, offers a self-service eatery and table service with 'Brasserie' and 'Cocotte'.

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Food and drink along the river Seine

Sweet treats

Debauve et Gallais

30 rue des Saints-Pères, Paris 7th – Tél +33 (0)1 45 48 54 67


Richart Paris

258 bd St Germain 7eme Metro : Solférino), produces fine chocolates for chocolate lovers around the world. The history begins in 1925 on the Croix Rousse hill in Lyons France.


69 rue du Bac, Paris 7th


Christophe Roussel Chocolate Bar

10 rue du Champ-de-Mars, Paris 7th

From the Orsay Museum to the Eiffel Tower - stop by and enjoy delicious food and panoramic vistas along the river Seine during the day or night. This pedestrianized walk along the river has been a new addition in Paris, connecting the center of Paris with the western part of the City of Light.

It is called Les Berges de Seine and you can find more activities here.

Le Quai

Port de Solférino - Voies sur berges, 75007 Paris
Website :

Opens Tuesday through Saturday from 12am to 3pm, and on Sundays for brunch : 12am or 2pm

Solférino, Bus   24, 68, 69, 73, 84, Balabus, RER   Musée d'Orsay, Metro 12 / Assemblée Nationale

The Quai, a beautiful 20s Venetian vaporetto is moored next to the Orsay Museum, underneath the Solferino bridge. It's conservatory-restaurant and terrace (covered during winter) provides an extraordinary view of the Louvre and the Tuileries Gardens.


Pont Alexandre III,
Terrace open from 11am to 1am

Metro 8 et 13 / Arrêt Invalides, Website

Faust is the city's hotspot. It's chic, classy and home to many artistic projects!

It is located at the foot of the Invalides Esplanade, underneath the Alexandre III Bridge. Enjoy a large outdoor heated terrace and bar, with rattan furniture,  created in the style of a 20th century ‘tavern’.