The best restaurants to privatize in Paris

Who has never dreamed of shining in society by finding the perfect restaurant to privatize? When you’re in a group and you’re looking for a little privacy, it’s not easy to find the establishment that can suit everyone and especially welcome us to Paris. Overview of the best restaurants to privatize in Paris.

Whether you are with friends, family, or colleagues, for a birthday, a romantic dinner or a professional event, there is always a good opportunity to privatize a restaurant. Also, as there is no lack of supply in Paris and Ile-de-France, we do the sorting to make your life easier. And yes: here we reveal our selection of best restaurants to privatize in Paris.

Ducasse-sur-SeineDucasse-sur-SeineDucasse-sur-Seine Ducasse sur Seine, Alain Ducasse’s gourmet restaurant boat
Since September 2018, the floating restaurant Ducasse sur Seine by Alain Ducasse invites you to travel and discover during lunch and dinner cruises aboard a specially designed electric boat. We discover it together in pictures. [Lire la suite]

Polichinelle - vegetable restaurant of Steve Burggraf and Christophe MichalakPolichinelle - vegetable restaurant of Steve Burggraf and Christophe MichalakPolichinelle - vegetable restaurant of Steve Burggraf and Christophe MichalakPolichinelle - vegetable restaurant of Steve Burggraf and Christophe Michalak Polichinelle, the vegetable buffet by Christophe Michalak and Steve Burggraf
Christophe Michalak and Steve Burggraf have imagined a place where vegetables are king, where the cuisine is seasonal, local and gourmet, all offered as a buffet. It’s called Polichinelle and we’ve been enjoying it since 2019. [Lire la suite]

Le Vaudeville: traditional cuisine and seafood for the century-old Parisian brasserieLe Vaudeville: traditional cuisine and seafood for the century-old Parisian brasserieLe Vaudeville: traditional cuisine and seafood for the century-old Parisian brasserieLe Vaudeville: traditional cuisine and seafood for the century-old Parisian brasserie Le Vaudeville: traditional cuisine and seafood for the century-old Parisian brasserie
Few Parisian brasseries can boast of celebrating their 100th anniversary. This is the case of the Brasserie Le Vaudeville, a veritable institution nestled in the 2nd arrondissement of Paris, just opposite the Stock Exchange. With its classic dishes from Parisian brasseries and its seafood and shellfish, Le Vaudeville has not finished seducing the taste buds of Parisians. [Lire la suite]

The Place ToThe Place ToThe Place ToThe Place To The Place To: the restaurant-bar designed as a real living space in Paris
Whether you come here to wake up, relax, quench your thirst or have something to eat, The Place To will satisfy your desires and your expectations thanks to a friendly concept and generous, quality cuisine signed by Chef Pascal Murzeau. [Lire la suite]

And around the capital:

Splash the restaurant on the banks of the Seine by Norbert Tarayre in AsnièresSplash the restaurant on the banks of the Seine by Norbert Tarayre in AsnièresSplash the restaurant on the banks of the Seine by Norbert Tarayre in AsnièresSplash the restaurant on the banks of the Seine by Norbert Tarayre in Asnières Splash, the restaurant on the banks of the Seine by Norbert Tarayre
Norbert Tarayre, French chef revealed by the show Top Chef, has settled down on the banks of the Seine with Splash, his restaurant on the water! A grandiose space with swimming pool and relaxation area for a beautiful sunny day just a few minutes from Paris! [Lire la suite]

Polpo brasserie, the houseboat terrace Polpo brasserie, the houseboat terrace Polpo brasserie, the houseboat terrace Polpo brasserie, the houseboat terrace Polpo, the terrace – seafood brasserie on the banks of the Seine
Polpo is this ultra trendy barge in seafood brasserie mode that awaits us for good times on the banks of the Seine in Levallois-Perret. A cruise-like spot that extends over 600m2 with a beautiful view of the Île de la Jatte as a bonus. [Lire la suite]

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Located under a huge glass roof, Eugène Eugène unveils a restaurant with multiple spaces, meeting all your desires for relaxation. In the heart of Puteaux, opposite the Covered Market, the restaurant has something to satisfy you from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Fresh produce, bright and green setting, quiet terrace and adjoining garden. What more could you ask for if not simple and tasty cuisine. [Lire la suite]

Café la Jatte goes into Corsica mode - PhotosCafé la Jatte goes into Corsica mode - PhotosCafé la Jatte goes into Corsica mode - PhotosCafé la Jatte goes into Corsica mode - Photos Café la Jatte, exotic Italian brasserie
Café la Jatte is a very beautiful restaurant located on the Ile de la Jatte, ideal for a guaranteed change of scenery with the flavors of the sun. The reopening is scheduled for June 2, 2020. [Lire la suite]

Chef Juan Arbelaez opens a new Yaya in AntonyChef Juan Arbelaez opens a new Yaya in AntonyChef Juan Arbelaez opens a new Yaya in AntonyChef Juan Arbelaez opens a new Yaya in Antony Chef Juan Arbelaez opens a new Yaya in Antony
Chef Juan Arbelaez is back, this time in Antony, and is opening a new Yaya restaurant! Greek cuisine lovers, you know where to go! [Lire la suite]

La Guinguette des Maquereaux, the new spot in Nogent-sur MarneLa Guinguette des Maquereaux, the new spot in Nogent-sur MarneLa Guinguette des Maquereaux, the new spot in Nogent-sur MarneLa Guinguette des Maquereaux, the new spot in Nogent-sur Marne La Guinguette des Maquereaux, the marine spot of Nogent-sur Marne
In Nogent-sur-Marne, the Maquereaux have opened their second address, the Guinguette des Maquereaux, and we intend to enjoy it until the end of the fine weather! [Lire la suite]

Froufrou, the new restaurant - cancan bar of the Edouard 7 theaterFroufrou, the new restaurant - cancan bar of the Edouard 7 theaterFroufrou, the new restaurant - cancan bar of the Edouard 7 theaterFroufrou, the new restaurant - cancan bar of the Edouard 7 theater Juan Arbelaez takes over Ma Cocotte in Saint-Ouen, Norbert Tarayre’s Puces restaurant
Good news for Audoniens and visitors to the Saint-Ouen flea market. The Ma Cocotte restaurant will experience a revival. Formerly owned by the Bistrots Pas Parisiens group, it was bought by Eleni Group. Thus, it is no longer Norbert Tarayre who will be in charge of the kitchens of Ma Cocotte, but Juan Arbelaez. A handover between these two former candidates from the third season of “Top Chef”. [Lire la suite]

The Source BrunchThe Source BrunchThe Source BrunchThe Source Brunch La Source, Ruben Sarfati’s eco-responsible café-canteen in the Cité Fertile
Chef Ruben Sarfati delights gourmets in his café-canteen La Source, located in the Cité Fertile, in Pantin. On the menu, ethical, local and responsible cuisine. [Lire la suite]

L'Or Q'idée restaurant by Naoëlle d'HainautL'Or Q'idée restaurant by Naoëlle d'HainautL'Or Q'idée restaurant by Naoëlle d'HainautL'Or Q'idée restaurant by Naoëlle d'Hainaut L’Or Q’idée, Naoëlle d’Hainaut’s starred restaurant in Pontoise
Naoëlle d’Hainaut, winner of season 4 of “Top Chef”, opened her own restaurant, L’Or Q’idée, in Pontoise in 2017. Last January, she won her first star in the Michelin Guide. [Lire la suite]

Le Coq de Bougival renovatedLe Coq de Bougival renovatedLe Coq de Bougival renovatedLe Coq de Bougival renovated Le Coq de Bougival unveils its new décor
Head to Le Coq de Bougival 20 minutes from Paris to discover a beautiful warm building, steeped in history and offering generous and authentic cuisine, just the way we like it. Renovated during confinement, it is now a contemporary and cozy place that awaits us. [Lire la suite]

La Case de Babette, the restaurant of Babette de Rozières in MauleLa Case de Babette, the restaurant of Babette de Rozières in MauleLa Case de Babette, the restaurant of Babette de Rozières in MauleLa Case de Babette, the restaurant of Babette de Rozières in Maule La Case de Babette, the restaurant of Babette de Rozières in Maule
Babette de Rozières awaits us in her house in Maule, where she serves her little Creole dishes. All year round, chef Babette cooks in her hut, a beautiful space with a chic atmosphere to help us discover the gastronomic heritage of the French West Indies! [Lire la suite]

L'Inedit by Kévin Kowal at PringyL'Inedit by Kévin Kowal at PringyL'Inedit by Kévin Kowal at PringyL'Inedit by Kévin Kowal at Pringy L’Inedit, Kevin Kowal’s restaurant
Kevin Kowal, who cut his teeth at Taillevent and as chef at Champeaux de la Maison Ducasse, is taking up the torch at l’Inédit, the famous chic and cozy restaurant in Pringy. He unveils a cuisine that is both fresh, gourmet and creative, enough to make great discoveries on a walk in the area. [Lire la suite]

With this list in hand, you’re bound to find a hot restaurant to gather!

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