The surreal picturesque experience of dining inside the Eiffel Tower
There are many attractions and sights to see throughout Paris, France. The Eiffel Tower being one of the most popular. Where many have experienced France’s iconoclastic monolith, not many have had the chance to actually dine inside of it.
In the heart of the Eiffel Tower’s iron crossbeams is a luxurious restaurant that overlooks the beauty of Paris. It’s name is Le Jules Verne, named for the famous french author of such classic as Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and Journey to the Center of the Earth. Mr. Verne’s unprecedented imagination is encapsulated in every moment and every bite at his namesake restaurant. Imagination and the surreal merge across the senses much like Verne’s novels.
Images courtesy of the Le Jules Verne website. Photo credits: Pierre Monetta
Le Jules Verne’s seats only once per lunch and dinner allowing for guests to fully immerse in the complete sensory experience. Five or six course options are offered for guests accompanied by wine pairings suggested by the house sommelier. Each course and pairing explores the flavors of contemporary French cuisine sourced from the region.
Whether lunch or dinner, dining at Le Jules Verne restaurant while basking in the lights and energy of Paris is a must for any wanderlusting expeditioner.
Many Blessings and Hospitality Yours,
Al Holbrook and the Holbrook Life Team