This is another one of multi-Michelin-starred-chef Alain Ducasse’s Parisian ventures: a vintage-chic, train-station-inspired neo-brasserie set under the canopée (roof) of the new Halles shopping center. The place takes its name from a circa-1800s restaurant that once stood near Les Halles, and the menu also harks back to days gone by: onion soup, black pudding with apple salad, and the house specialty, soufflé, which comes in both sweet and savory varieties (think lobster, cheese, or caramel). Last order for food is at 11pm; after that, you’ll have to make do with the excellent cocktails! Snacks such as croque-monsieur and cold meat platters are served all afternoon.