I ran across some lovely photos yesterday
of the restaurant Le Montparnasse 1900.
And of course I was missing Paris as soon as I spotted them.
The magnificent decor is of early 1900's Paris.
It originally opened in 1858 with its first renovation in 1906
giving it its Art Nouveau beauty,
then renovated again in 1924 and most currently,
nearly 100 years later, in 2003.
Its stunning interior is worth the price of admission,
typical Brasserie fare
serving many of the most traditional French dishes like
Steak Tartare, Foie Gras, Soup a l'oignon, Escargot and more.
My mouth is watering just writing the words.
If you'd like to see the original post
with more photos,
For the website with a full gallery of photos of the interior
and the menu,
(Photo copyright: Kirsten Steen)