Au chien qui fume
This brasserie is truly unique! In 1920, the owner of this restaurant owned a poodle and a griffin. One smoked a cigar, the other a pipe… There are only paintings of smoking dogs on the walls.
You go 100 years back into the Paris of 1920… An absolute must when you visit Paris with a dog. I had the present waitress wrapped around my leg in no time. Appetizers, oysters and other delicacies appeared on the table. I lay there under the table and looked at it, satisfied and satisfied.
This place is absolutely dog friendly!