5 Décembre 2016
Thanks to its spectacular location at the top of the Centre Pompidou and futuristic architecture, you don’t really come to Georges for the food, but for the fashionable crowd and fabulous panoramic view. By day, it’s popular largely with museum-goers; by night it’s less an art crowd than a fashion one, with DJs at the decks and a volume that pumps up. As for the food, it’s modish cosmopolitan brasserie fare with fusion touches (try the famed Tigre qui Pleur – sliced steak with Thai spices). Staff with attitude are all part of the experience. After 8.50pm, access is by the rue Rambuteau end of the escalator.
Address: Level 6, Centre Pompidou, place Georges Pompidou, 75004 Contact: 0033 1 44 78 47 99; beaumarly.com Getting there: Metro Hôtel de Ville Opening times: Wed-Mon, midday-midnight Price: lunch and dinner around €60 Payment type: credit cards accepted Cuisine: French Reservations: recommended