A common dilemma when you go out at night in Paris is whether to have a drink before or after dinner. At the Fitzgerald, you don’t have to choose! Located in a quiet area near Les Invalides, the Fitzgerald is the spot to spend your entire evening.
Whenever you’re ready for drinks, whether when you first arrive or after eating, make your way to the black door at the back of the dining room, push it open, and take a few steps down to access the speakeasy lounge. Under the deep-coffered ceiling, flamingos adorn the walls, padded sofas and glass pedestal tables provide cozy corners for conversation, and a beautiful bar stands in the back of the room.
Pick a cocktail from the list (their signature cocktail, the Fitzgerald Gin and Tonic, is a must for first-timers), then watch Solène and Charles skillfully practice their mixology art. Now, just relax and enjoy!
On the restaurant side, large windows and back-lit shelves create a luminous and inviting atmosphere. Their cuisine, French bistro standards with creative Mediterranean touches, is remarkably well-executed. A good wine list and friendly service top it off.