PARIS — On a quick trip to France, food lovers will want to make every meal count, but, of course, there are all those sights to see. There’s no need to sacrifice memorable meals for attractions. These finds are either close by or on the grounds of several top sites.
At the Eiffel Tower, a reservation at Jules Verne gets you not only a Michelin-starred meal, but also a private, line-free elevator ride up the tower, and a luxurious retreat from high winds, making that attraction even more attractive. At all these establishments, consider lunch instead of dinner to enjoy the same experience at a fraction of the cost. Internet reservations are easy and a must to ensure a table.