Having moved five times since 1922 (the last time was in the 1940s), Le Boeuf sur le Toit is now settled in rue Colisée.
In this case, 'boeuf' is nothing to do with beef, but actually French slang for a jam session, and there are still frequent jazz concerts at the restaurant (usually on Mondays).
Now part of the Flo group, the art deco setting that was once a favourite of Jean Cocteau's now serves a selection of classic meat and fish dishes that can be savoured sat at a table or - for a quick lunch, for example - at the bar.
The Paris International Sailing and Watersports Fair
Fair has always aimed to share the joy of being on the water with as wide an audience as possible. This annual event is one of the most significant in the nautical world: There will be no fewer than 1,200 exhibitors (Beneteau, Jeanneau, Windward Islands ) and 1,500 brands representing the international sailing scenario. The show is split into different areas which include boarding/skiing, power, speed and performance, sailing events, diving, rental offers, tourism, equipment sales, canoeing and kayaking, rowing, speedboats, services and a specialist bookshop.