Resplendent in original 1906 moldings, mosaics, and a stained-glass ceiling, Bouillon Julien (in the up-and-coming 10th arrond.) is a place where postcard-perfect decor matches scrumptious dishes that remind you of the good old days, even if you’re not that old. You might find comfortable classics like rabbit terrine with ravigote sauce (mayonnaise with mustard, pickles, and herbs) and shallots, or something a little more challenging, like andouillette (pungent tripe sausage). This is definitely a surf-and-turf lover’s hangout, while the wine list features many affordable bottles from small wine producers. Look for the mahogany bar: It’s an Art Nouveau original by Louis Majorelle (a furniture designer and one of the pioneers of the style) and a pure work of art.