If you are looking for a restaurant in Paris open for New Years eve, check out the list on parisbymouth
Brasserie de l’Isle Saint Louis Amazing place. Delicious Choucroute, Cassoulet, Terrine de jambon de Bourgogne, Steak tartare, Coq au Riesling maison. The kitchen is classic French. Sorry no photo from the restaurant, the photo shows the Assemblée Nationale in the night.
Where: Brasserie de l’Isle Saint Louis, 55 quai de Bourbon, closed Wednesday, reservations: +33 1 43 54 02 59
The Vallon des Auffes is a little fishing haven in the 7th arrondissement of Marseille. It is situated 2.5 km south-west of the Vieux-Port. In Vallon des Auffes you find Chez Fonfon but also Chez Jeannot a more relaxed restaurant with a fantastic view over the little fishing haven. The prices are low and the service very good. Many locals come here to enjoy the evening.
Where: Chez Jeannot, 129 Rue du Vallon des Auffes, reservations: On the website
If you’re not in the mood for seafood, La Côte De Boeuf is an excellent choice. Grilled veal kidney, tartar, beef fillet and the house specialty côte de boeuf served with a choice of very delicious sauces. Also duck, chicken and pork dishes. The meat is prepared the old fashioned way, slowly roasted over a wood fire. La Côte De Boeuf is famous for its extensive wine list with more than 1200 bottles from all over the world.
Where: La Côte De Boeuf, 35 Cours Honoré d’Estienne d’Orves, reservations: +33 4 28 31 26 03
At the heart of the city of Marseilles in the Vieux Port, you find Grand Tonic Hotel. Contemporary design, 56 rooms, 16 rooms with a view over the port. Perfect place to stay i Marseille.
Where: Grand Tonic Hotel Marseille, 43 quai des Belges, reservations: +33 4 91 55 67 46
This casually elegant restaurant offers view over the sea and some of the finest seafood cooking in the south of France. Chef Guillaume Sourrieu works exclusively with the local small boat catch of the day to create signature dishes. Shrimp terrine, slow cooked sea bass, local seafood stews and soups, bouillabaisse, bourride and more.
Where: L’Epuisette, 158 rue du Vallon des Auffes, reservations: +33 4 91 52 17 82
Fish market at the port of Marseille. There is a special atmosphere at the fish market with the smoking and hoarse men who shout about cheap and fresh fish. It is a very small market, only a few stalls, but worth a visit.