Traditional Brasserie in Paris, Bastille
Les Grandes Marches is somewhat the grande dame of the Bastille. Situated next to the opera house designed by Carlos Ott, this stylish, brightly-lit brasserie now has a large heated terrace seating 60 people. Since it reopened after building work in 2012, the establishment welcomes you in an elegant, cosy decor, from 8 am to midnight.
With its ivory or light wood walls, comfortable armchairs, brandy-coloured seating and dark wood, wide board parquet flooring, the ground floor dining room exudes unobtrusively luxurious contemporary charm. The large staircase in the middle leads up to a mezzanine providing an unrestricted view of the Bastille. Decorated with works by modern artists, the dining area on the first floor also has a room for private hire.
Les Grandes Marches is also, and especially, a restaurant serving the best, traditional dishes of French cuisine. Peruse a menu composed of a wide range of traditional specialities, skilfully reinterpreted by our Chef for you to enjoy for lunch, dinner or supper after a performance.