Tee & lunch in a garden, Paris XVI – France

This is one of my favorite hideaways in Paris. A part of the city the majority of parisians have unheard of unless they live on the west side of town or play golf. Voici un de mes endroits préférés à Paris, et qui reste méconnu d’un grand nombre de parisiens.

A deliciously well kept secret to escape from the buzz, minutes from the city center. A space that feels like home with a garden. A spot to read a book or dream in a lounge chair under a tree. A cozy atmosphere to meet up with friends for lunch or weekend brunch (pancakes, steak tartare, filet & fries, seafood pasta, club sandwich, copious salads… and the café gourmand is a must!). Albeit the notorious hippodrome in the background, this eatery relocated two years ago remains untapped by tourists. Un cadre champêtre pour se resourcer, se détendre, s’évader, révasser, se plonger dans les pages d’un bouquin sous un arbre en se prelassant dans un transat. Une bonne table pour déjeuner ou bruncher le weekend entre amis, et en toute convivialité.

If the air chills, take to the indoor diner with its plush leather seats. Last but not least, an extensive driving range plus pitch & put open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. And the best part? No membership needed. Et si le fond de l’air est frais, on adore le “diner” avec un bon journal et assis sur des banquettes en cuir à l’intérieur. Pour les golfeurs, un practice est ouvert tous les jours de 8h à 21h. En plus, l’accès est ouvert à tous.

Welcome to the Golf du Bois de Boulogne plus restaurant. A place after my own heart. Bienvenue au Golf du Bois de Boulogne et son restaurant. Mon jardin-cantine en ville.

Hippodrome de Longchamp. Route des Tribunes.
75016 Paris. Tel: +33 (0)1 45 20 29 05.
www.golfduboisdeboulogne.fr

Tried it. Loved it. Shared it.

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