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Apr 17, 2010 01:17 PM
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Paris, solo dinner, Sunday night, near Arc de Triomphe

My husband is going on an unexpected business trip to Paris and will find himself alone for dinner tomorrow night. He's staying in a hotel on Avenue Carnot, near Arc de Triomphe.

Any suggestions for a place in that area, open on Sunday night, suitable for casual solo dining?
thanks!

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  1. Klary, not sure if he is a red meat eater, but the Charbon Rouge is a very good and popular upscale steakhouse open every day and one block from the Champs Elysees with fab frites and wine. I just wrote about it here: http://www.thepariskitchen.com/restau...

    1. Flora Danica, open on Sunday.

      1. The answer is that of Soup's - the King of Sunday night is very decidedly - Pierre Gagniere - but in case that's too fancy and not "suitable for casual solo dining" try:
        Drouant
        16-18, place Gaillon, 2nd (Metro: Quatre-Septembre)
        T: 01.42.65.15.16
        Open everyday
        Plat de jour 20 €, Lunch Menu 45 €, Menu-carte 67 €.

        1. This may be too late but casual, Sunday night close by Carnot sounds like l'Huitrier on Saussier Leroy or a brasserie , perhaps Ballon des Ternes.

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          1. re: Laidback

            Husband just phoned and told me he had a 'perfectly fine if not terribly exciting' dinner at l ' Huitrier. He only arrived at his hotel at 8 so really wanted something within walking distance,
            Thanks !