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A Guide to Private Dining Events in Paris

For every experience, there is always a particular place that is the ideal location. If you want to play golf, you look to Scotland. If you want to do some serious gambling, you look to Las Vegas. And if you want to experience first-class private dining, then it has to be Paris, surely? To that end, we’ve put together this guide to private dining in Paris. If you still have questions at the end, ask our experts. They’re a click away! 

The Best Areas in Paris to Host Private Dining Events 

  • 7th Arrondissement – All of the city’s greatest icons are found in the 7th, such as the Eiffel Tower and the city’s best museums. It’s a luxurious district with lots of green spaces and designer shops. Private dining here is the epitome of class.
  • Le Marais – Le Marais is located in the 4th arrondissement, sitting on the north bank of the Seine. It has a quaint aura, with a noted literary feel, and lots of small parks to spend an afternoon. Private dining venues in Les Marais carry the Parisian aesthetic to perfection.
  • 11th Arrondissement – The 11th is hip, fashionable and young. At the same time, it is refined and historical. From its party areas and hipster food joints to the Bastille Opera house, there’s something for everyone. Such is the case with its private dining venues, you have everything from the historic to the contemporary. 

What to Expect from Cuisine in Paris

French cuisine is the gold standard when it comes to the culinary world. Anyone who binges cooking shows will know how celebrity chefs like to talk about their French training. 

The condescending chef will tell you the power of French cuisines lies in all the butter French chefs use in the cooking process. 

Of course, that is certainly part of the magic. But more than that, French cuisine just has a magical allure. In what other country could they base the film Ratatouille? 

You can check out our guide to the best catering companies in Paris for your private event to see the cream of the crop. 

Here’s the thing though, the food doesn’t have to be fancy. They have a glorious snack culture as well. So without further ado, here are some of our favourite foods you need to explore in Paris. 

Croissants: They’ll fall apart at the gentlest of touches, and make a mess of your table, your clothes, the floor, and your face. But as you already know, they’re cheap and beautiful, especially from the source. 

Escargots: Escargots is snails brought to heel by garlic, herbs and butter. It’s known as the Burgundy recipe. It is an acquired taste, yes, but it’s an icon of France and a must-try experience.

Macarons: Macarons are a curious sweet with a much-debated history. But what we know for certain is that they are brightly coloured airy shells with a rich interior. They come in a vast array of flavours and colours, so get exploring! 

Cheese: Cheese is a personal thing, with everyone having their own distinct tastes. But what we all have in common when push comes to shove is that we love it. The cheesemongers of France showcase the very best. So whatever your thing is – cheese-wise –  go out and treat yourself!  

Onion Soup: It’s homely, simple, and rumoured to have been invented by a King. If there is a soup with a better story than that, we don’t know of it. It’s caramelised onions with beef broth, gratinéed with bread and cheese. To Louis XV – or whoever might have invented it – we say thank you. 

Baguettes: The icon, the legend. Bread, but, on a whole other level. And the best way to eat a baguette you ask? Well, jambon-beurre of course: Parisian ham and butter. No more, no less. 

Confit duck: Duck confit is a time-consuming process of cooking duck. It’s cured with salt and herb then cooked in its own fat. It’s best served with cassoulet, which is a slow-cooked bean and sausage stew. 

And finally, we’d be complete fools not to mention french cuisine’s oldest and most faithful partner: wine. Wine is made and loved the world over, but nowhere is it made and loved with more expertise and passion than France. 

So do you and your team a favour by checking out our guide to the best wine tasting workshops in Paris

How to Get to Your Outdoor Event in Paris

Getting to your outdoor event in Paris via public transport is a joy. The city has the 2nd biggest metro system in Europe and has a reputation for great efficiency. And what’s more, you’re never more than 500m from a metro station. 

If you feel the need to visit the suburbs or the city perimeter, the tram or the train is your best option. And as for the buses, well they go everywhere and anywhere. 

Tickets cost €1.90 for a single ride or €14.99 for a cachet (10 rides). Alternatively, for peace of mind, you can buy a Visite Travel Pass. It’s an all-in-one ticket for the metro, train, tram, bus or night bus with tickets varying from just €12 to €65.80.

7th Arrondissement

Public Transport

      • Buses: 80, 82, 92. 
      • Metro: 13.
      • Train: N, TER.

Secure Parking Garages in the 7th Arrondissement 

      • St Dominic Park – 133 Rue Saint-Dominique. 
      • Parking Indigo Paris Invalides – 23 Rue de Constantine.  

Les Marais 

Public Transport

      • Buses: 29, 69, 72, 96. 
      • Metro: 1, 7. 
      • Train: H, L. 

Secure Parking Garages in Les Marais

      • Parking Garage Turenne à Temple – 66 Rue de Turenne.
      • Parking Garage de Bretagne – 14 Rue de Bretagne.

11th Arrondissement

Public Transport

      • Buses:46, 56, 69. 
      • Metro: 9.  
      • Train: H.

Secure Parking Garages in the 11th Arrondissement 

      • Parking Trois Bornes – 11-13 Rue des Trois Bornes. 
      • Yes park – 6 Rue du Commandant Lamy.

Where to Stay While in Paris for Your Private Dining Event 

Hotels in the 7th Arrondissement

Contemporary Hotel with Industrial Style 

        • Prices start from €213
        • Star Rating: 4.3
        • Highlights: Contemporary industrial style, panoramic views, Californian style cuisine, TV, iPod dock, WiFi.

Hotels in Les Marais

Parisian Accommodations with Innovative Glamour

        • Prices start from €189
        • Star Rating: 4.7
        • Highlights: Internal courtyard, innovative glamour, in-room bar, fitness room, yoga classes, TV, WiFi. 

Hotels in 11th Arrondissement 

Whimsical Parisian Hotel with Amazing Location

        • Prices start from €146
        • Star Rating: 4.4
        • Highlights: Unconventional literary-themed design, bar, WiFi, luxury facilities. 

FAQ for private dining Rooms in Paris

A private dining room in Paris can cost between €110 - €193 per hour. This price can vary depending on the number of guests and menu selection. Our City Experts can give you a rough quote based on the requirements of your private dinner.

Each private dining room has different cancellation policies. Generally, the earlier you cancel, the more money you can expect to get back. Cancellations within 48 hours of your booking are typically non-refundable.

There are plenty of great locations in Paris for a private dinner, such as Le Marais, The Latin Quarter and, various Arrondissements. We recommend choosing an area that has good late-night transport links for guests. Alternatively, choose a neighbourhood that is close to your accommodation. Discover our favourite areas in Paris for private dining in our guide.

Absolutely! Most restaurants are available for private hire depending on the date(s) and availability. If not, you can hire their private dining room. It isn't unusual for restaurants to work on a minimum spend basis if you intend to book the entire venue.

Booking a venue for your event is easy! Simply browse through our selection of private dining rooms in Paris and submit a request for your dates. Our City Experts will get back to you with a quote and availabilities. If you are struggling to decide, get in touch, and we can recommend some suitable venues.