With a prime position at the top of Champs Elysées, a huge window looking onto the avenue, an immense terrace, stylish décor and modern lighting, eating or having a drink at the Publicis brasserie is making a statement: you are cool and you're not afraid to show it.
The prices - surprisingly - aren't particularly high (less than 25 euros for a three-course meal). The portions though may leave wanting for a little more.
Clearly, the Publicis is more about style than substance, and yet certain choices on the menu are particularly interesting, such as the brunch from 11am - 4pm on Sundays and the Foodbar, mini plates of nibbles to eat with an early evening drink. And for those out on the town until late, they're open until 2am. Could be useful...
The Grand Palais will be hosting the modern and contemporary art fair better known as “Artparis” this April...
On this occasion, it will showcase the work of a hundred of the most vibrant French and foreign galleries that appear to be particularly representative of the international modern and contemporary art market.
Retaining its modern-contemporary slant, this significant Parisian art event offers a comprehensive overview of modern art from the 1900s onwards while also featuring a wide range of works by major contemporary artists, French or resident in France, and up-and-coming young artists representing the current French art scene.
“Artparis” brings together about a hundred French and foreign galleries from 14 countries under the glass roof of the Grand Palais over a five-day period.
For this edition, artparis will present a thematic exhibition, specifically dedicated to China Contemporary arts.
3 avenue du Général Eisenhower 75008 Paris
Metro: Line 1 or 9 : Champs Elysees Clemenceau of Franklin D. Roosevelt.