The brasseries are an ideal place to enjoy a typical meal in a casual atmosphere. Their inimitable atmosphere makes it a must for tourists and locals alike. They meet there to enjoy local specialties with friends and families. This mix has contributed to the success of the brasserie, making it an essential meeting place. Note that while prices may vary by establishment, it is rare to see prices that are too expensive.
LE CAFE DU PALAIS
The Café du Palais, in Reims, is a must to discover and rediscover. Since 1930, this café-restaurant proposes to taste an authentic cuisine in an extremely rare Art Déco atmosphere with its sublime Belle Epoque stained-glass roof, it proposes regional specialties and sumptuous desserts.
Le Café du Palais, 14 place Myron T. Herrick, 51100 Reims
LA BRASSERIE DU BOULINGRIN
Another emblematic place in Reims, the oldest brasserie in the city is a real place of authenticity and tradition. It is as much praised for its cuisine as for its typical atmosphere.
La Brasserie du Boulingrin, 31 rue de Mars, 51100 Reims
LE CAFE DE LA PAIX
The Café de la Paix restaurant, a lively brasserie renowned for its fish and seafood specialties, also offers a varied menu for the most earthly palates as well as for vegetarians. In fine weather, the restaurant opens its patio and terrace in the heart of the pedestrian place Drouet d'Erlon.
Le Café de la Paix, 25 Place Drouet d'Erlon, 51100 Reims
LA BRASSERIE EXCELSIOR
A rare and unique setting in the heart of Reims, where tradition and refinement meet. In a beautiful Art Déco room or a majestic terrace, the pleasure of the eyes, the ballet of the garçons and the quality of the homemade cuisine will make you see a glimpse of paradise.
La Brasserie Excelsior, 96 place Drouet d’Erlon, 51100 Reims