Essentially a giant advertisement for the Alsace region of France (and why not?), the Maison de l'Alsace has its own restaurant, and it's open 24 hours a day! Handy if you're catching a late movie or show... or emerging from a chic nightclub at ridiculous o'clock.
Don't expect anything modern here: the tone is most definitely theme park France, with heavy decoration and standard dishes that have survived the test of time.
Why no try some of the Alsace wie while you're there? Should take your mind off the silly décor for a while...
One of the best attractions in Paris during Christmas festivities is the Champ Elysées Market. For the holiday season, the avenue looks like a Christmas village.
Christmas market on the Champs Elysées stretches from Concorde Square to the Rond-Point des Champs-Elysées. This year more than 200 chalets will welcome you to for shopping for souvenirs, gifts, traditional crafts and gourmet products.
Just stop for a vin chaud, or hot mulled wine. The Christmas market is opened from 10 AM to midnight.