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Maceo Restaurant and Bar In Paris

Maceo was named after James Brown's saxophone player Maceo Parker and this comfortable, elegant bar and restaurant has a Salon Bar with large original mirrors, blood red walls & comfortable leather tub chairs that provide a relaxed yet seductive atmosphere.

The dynamic and talented chef produces some remarkable cuisine, that is modern plus inventive, and all from the market based ingredients that are available for that particular time of year, and even the la Carte menu choices can change on a daily basis.

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Also, something that is very rare in Paris, is the fact that Maceo offers a 'Green Menu' for vegetarians, which has become not just popular but highly recommended by its diners for its quality and variety.

Situated in the 1st Arrondissement of Paris, close to the financial district and The Louvre, the owner also runs Willi's Wine Bar and Restaurant located next door, where you can expect to select from a range of around 250 different French wines.

Maceo holds different personalised events, such as Jazz evenings, guided walking tours of the Palais Royal Gardens, The Louvre, which is probably the most famous of all the museums in Paris, and other events such as a media training morning with a camera team & TV professionals.  Other events can be organised such as discovering a particular wine region, a renowned vineyard or collectable vintage through a wine expert or grower.

The restaurant area also has different rooms that can be utilised for private functions and this place has been tastefully done to keeps its history and tradition where the decor includes Louis XV-style chairs.

Inside the Maceo restaurant, the Salle Palais Royal is one of the rooms where you can dine, just as a couple or larger tables in a group and is a comfortable yet has a cool and contemporary chic ambience.

La Salle de Bal is a gorgeous ballroom that just happens to be a historical monument with moulded plasterwork that decorates the four metre ceilings, endless antique mirrors and vast south facing windows and is where Eisenhower used to drink.  It is this room that can hold such events as a large cocktail party or a banquet at one oval table and with other special rooms available, if you have something specific in mind, then this restaurant in Paris, is definitely a place that you need to consider.   

Obviously, as previously stated the menu does change on a very regular basis, but some of the dishes you may find are crpes filled with wild mushrooms and served with roasted endives, foie gras with caramel of figs, cumin baked piglet cheeks, lamb with herbs and mango, beef fillet in a spiced red wine sauce, etc.

Bar & Restaurant Guide Key Points

The Maceo is open on a Monday through to Friday from noon until 2.30pm and then from 7.30pm until 11pm.

On a Saturday they are open in the evening from 7.30pm until 11pm but are closed on a Sunday.

The dress code is smart casual, definitely leaning towards smart, so you may just about get away with jeans but only if dressed up properly with a shirt and jacket, although a pair of trousers is more logical.

It is suitable for all ages, but is frequented more by couples, groups and businessmen and women or people including families that want to arrange a completely privatised event or have a large group and book a room in advance either for lunch or dinner.

The approximate cost of a set meal is 40€ without drinks, but an A la Carte option is upwards and is a great way to unwind after a day of sightseeing. 

Maceo restaurant and bar has a nice atmosphere that makes you feel welcome and some of the staff speak English very well, which can help!


Address & Contact Details:

Maceo Restaurant and Bar
15 Rue des Petits Champs
75001
Paris
France

Reservations Telephone: 1 42 97 53 85
Events Telephone: 1 42 96 37 47
Fax: 1 47 03 36 93               


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