5 24-hour Restaurants And Eateries In Paris, France

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Paris is the capital of France that needs no special introduction. The City of Light is world renowned for its art, architecture, fashion, gastronomy and culture. Most tourists visit Paris to pose with the Eiffel Tower or the 12th-century gothic Notre-Dame Cathedral, while many are there to see the Louvre, the River Seine, popular designer boutiques, and wide boulevards. But some are more interested in the famous spots of culinary excellence. A few of the restaurants and eateries are open throughout the day, to keep your tummies happy just in case you feel like having a treat at an unusual time. Check out this list of the best 24-hour restaurants and eateries in Paris, France.

1. Grand Café Capucines

Opened way back in 1875, Grand Café Capucines is a must-visit for those checking out Paris’s popular Grands Boulevards. The 24-hour restaurant was redecorated by architects Hugo Toro and Maxime Liautard this year, but it still gives the feeling of a traditional Parisian brasserie. You will love this place if you are a fan of classic French cooking; don’t forget to try their seafood platters, grilled blue lobster, and foie gras.

Grand Café Capucines

Address: 4, boulevard des Capucines , 75009 Paris.

Website: Grand Café Capucines

Opening hours: 24 hours

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2. Le Rey

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Le Rey, located on Place Leon Blum, is a favorite restaurant of the locals and it is open 24/7, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. People mostly go there for traditional food from central France’s Auvergne region. They serve very tasty steaks, whether they are Aubrac, Salers, or Charolais. You will surely feel like going there again, maybe late in the night; luckily they are good at being open.

Le Rey

Address: 130 rue de la Roquette, 75011 Paris, France.

Website: Le Rey

Opening hours: 24 hours

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3. Au Pied de Cochon

The first restaurant in Paris to stay open all night, Au Pied de Cochon was opened in 1947 and it is located in the 1st arrondissement. This popular brasserie, with all the pig-inspired decorations, is famous for pork and seafood, and their French onion soup, the recipe for which is more than 65 years old, is well known. Try the delicious grilled pig’s trotter too. And maybe The Temptation of Saint Anthony, “Patron saint of Charcutiers” as well, which is breaded pig’s tail, ear, snout and trotter with Béarnaise sauce.

Au Pied de Cochon

Address: 6, rue Coquillière, 75001 Paris.

Website: Au Pied de Cochon

Opening hours: 24 hours

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4. Le Tambour

Le Tambour restaurant
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Le Tambour is the place you want to go when you have a late-night craving for andouillette, pig’s foot or steak and to drink Pelforth Blonde until the wee hours of the morning. The place is open 24/7 and you get to enjoy a good atmosphere along with filling, inexpensive French food. The place is famous for its tarte Tatin, which is caramelized apple tart.

Le Tambour

Address: 41 Rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris, France.

Website: Le Tambour

Opening hours: 24 Hours

Average price for two people: 11-20 EUR (12-23 USD)

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Patricia Bollinger

Patricia Bollinger

My name is Patricia Bollinger and my family is French. I have always had a passion for art and history and I chose to study them when I went to university. I have been a licensed tour guide for the last 30 years and I work in French, English and Italian. My passion and also as part of my work I travel a lot. For this reason, I have a good idea of visitors expectations. Naturally I want to share this passion for my country and its’ heritage with foreign visitors.

5. L'Alsace

The restaurant L’Alsace, located on the famous Champs-Elysées, opened in 1968. The brasserie serves traditional Alsatian meals to locals and tourists and they are open 24/7. Try their onion soup, quiches, Flammekueche, spätzele gratins, grilled pig’s trotters, Alsatian pork head pâté, sauerkraut, and seafood. In 2017, the restaurant got a facelift. Now the whole place is modernized but the traditional feel has remained untouched.


Address: 39, Avenue des Champs Elysées, 75008 Paris.

Website: L'Alsace

Opening hours: 24 hours

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Are you ready for a late-night gastronomy adventure in Paris? Which place are you planning to dine at? Maybe you can try all of the restaurants on our list. With our recommendations above, you have more than enough options for places to eat on a late night out in Paris. We wish you a pleasant vacation!

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