Food & Drinks

Brasserie Lipp — restaurant with history

If you have already been to Paris so you know very well about the variety of cafes, bars and restaurants in this famous city. If you are only dreaming of Paris, get ready to plunge into the world of amazing places with a unique French colour.

Perhaps, you associate this country and its capital with drinks – such as wine, cogniac, absinthe or calvados. And, of course, you’re right, because they are inextricably connected with the history of France, praised by many famous artists.

However, it should be recognized that France is unfairly excluded from the beer “Top”. Believe, this drink is very loved and respected here. So, if you consider yourself a beer lover, we recommend you to visit the famous Parisian Brasserie Lipp.

This is a small dainty restaurant, opened in 1880 and preserved in its decor elements of the old mosaics and ceramics created by the father of a famous French poet Leon Paul Fargo, who loved to spend time here regularly.

Comfortable tables of the restaurant remember many great personalities such as Camus, Saint-Exupery and Hemingway. By the way, the American writer had created his undying literary masterpiece “Farewell to Arms” here.

Brasserie Lipp was considered a long time the best literary salon in Paris, and its then owner Marcellin Lipp had get the Legion of Honor in the middle of the last century.

Today the restaurant offers its guests to enjoy excellent beer and other beverages, as well as delicious snacks from several menus, including vegetarian.

Address of the Brasserie Lipp: 151 Boulevard Saint-Germain, the 6th district of Paris.