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Bonjour, Brunch and Bubbly: The Top 10 Champagne Brunches to Savor in Paris

Updated: Mar 6

Experience the ultimate indulgence in Paris with our handpicked selection of the top 10 Champagne brunches. Cheers to a luxurious weekend!

Brunch time, baby! Is there anything better than breakfast and lunch combined? Surely, that was a no-brainer. Culinary ambition flourishes between morning and afternoon. As far as brunch cities go - Paris brings it. In the city, brunch is incorporated with an undeniably classy flair and more flavors than one could possibly enjoy. Parisian brunches are noteworthy for their buttery pastries, gourmet bread, and fluffy omelets.

Dine al fresco on a garden patio under a sun-filled sky. Conversely, on a chilly day, relax close to a fireplace in a warm, welcoming venue while sipping refreshing mimosas.

So, take a load off and unwind at one of these amazing ten alcohol-laden brunch spots over the weekend in the city of lights.

Les Ombres

In the heart of Paris, Les Ombres is an elegant rooftop restaurant with walls of glass and a stunning view of the Eiffel Tower. A sky-high Parisian oasis awaits.

In French, the name translates to 'the shadows,' referring to the shadows cast by the Eiffel Tower.

The brunch menu includes dishes such as eggs Benedict, French toast, and smoked salmon, and it includes unlimited champagne. More champagne, anyone? Les Ombres' cuisine is indulgent, energetic, and bound to stimulate taste buds.


Epicure, the three-Michelin-starred restaurant at Le Bristol Paris, serves a luxurious champagne brunch every Sunday. The menu has a selection of vintage champagne and delicacies such as foie gras, lobster, and truffles.

Le Bristol Paris is one of the world’s best breakfast spots. Parisians love the art of brunching—or at least doing it their way—and this venue does not disappoint.

Chef Eric Frechon, who holds four Michelin stars, is a master of French cuisine and has created an absolutely divine temple to it.

La Belle Équipe

With bottomless mimosas, champagne, and Bloody Marys, this edgy restaurant offers a laid-back atmosphere for brunch in the 11th arrondissement.

Pancakes, avocado toast, and scrambled eggs are some of the classic brunch options on the menu.

France is a country with one of the healthiest breakfasts, which may come as a surprise to some. The food has a sophistication of quality ingredients and is one of the most delicious & flavorful cuisines worldwide.

Bon appétit!

Les Grands Verres

On Sundays, a champagne brunch is served at Les Grands Verres in the Palais de Tokyo museum. Seasonal ingredients and innovative dishes such as roasted beetroot with hazelnut butter and pickled mushrooms are on tap, which includes unlimited bubbly.

Because of the sleek decor, the restaurant is almost homey despite its concrete structure, lofty ceilings, and massive windows. Several small hanging light fixtures twinkle from the ceiling.

Tourists flock to this chic restaurant because of its New York vibe.


There is a famous tea room based on Rue de Rivoli that is well known for its hot chocolate, and they also offer a punchy champagne brunch on weekends that includes a wide assortment of pastries and eggs. Or how about hazelnut praline pancakes and hot chocolate with whipped cream for starters?

It's no secret that this boozy brunch can deviate from the sober tea-drinking train. What are weekends for, anyway?

Angelina is one of Paris's most renowned tea houses, having established itself in 1903.

Le Drugstore

There is an unlimited champagne brunch at this chic brasserie on the Champs-Élysées on weekends that consists of eggs Benedict, pastries, and of course, more champagne.

Its prime location and elegant atmosphere make the restaurant a favorite among locals and tourists in one of the world's most stunning cities.

Having brunch makes the weekend seem even more “weekendy.” A morning libation is always a favorite indulgence at brunch, and visiting the birthplace of the best champagne makes the experience even more enjoyable.

Les Confidences

Hotel San Régis in Paris houses the acclaimed restaurant Les Confidences. Dining selections at the restaurant include a Champagne brunch.

A grand spread of pastries, bread, croissants, cold cuts, and cheeses is usually featured at the brunch. A variety of hot food is also available, such as scrambled eggs, bacon, and sausages. Furthermore, the dining room offers cakes, tarts, and other sweet treats for dessert.

Patrons have hailed Les Confidences's high-quality and tasty Champagne brunch, including the superior service. The elegant setting and exquisite décor are perfect for an indulgent brunch with friends.

Café Jeanne

In the heart of Paris, Café Jeanne is integrated into the Park Hyatt Paris-Vendôme.

Soft lighting, cozy furnishings, and a mix of classic and modern touches enhance its elegant decor.

Several noteworthy highlights punctuate the brunch experience. To kick off this Sunday extravagance, a glass of champagne (or bloody mary/cocktail) is served. With a bit more Champagne, the Chef offers guests an upscale stroll through the delicately revisited brunch classics.

Along with the traditional brunch classics, a few French delicacies that tourists are too scared to try, such as escargot, are often thrown in for good measure.

Canard & Champagne

If looking for a luxurious way to start the day, Canard & Champagne is where to spend some morning indulgence. Enjoy brunch on the terrace, and savor some mouth-watering fruit pancakes, homemade whipped cream, or a meurette egg.

Savory dishes include chicken and duck breasts, salmon and eggs benedict, apples, seasonal purées, and vegetables. An elegant champagne brunch is only complete with bubbles, and Canard & Champagne offers quite a selection.

If their richest chocolate mousse fails to satisfy that sweet tooth, wander over to some of the best pastry shops in Paris. Patissier Stohrer and Le Petit Grain are calling - just in case!

Les Mots Passants

The French restaurant Les Mots Passants is located inside the Bel Ami Hotel. French literature is reflected in the decoration, in keeping with its name. (passing words)

As for the meat of the matter - the Chef prepares hot and cold, salty and sweet dishes every Sunday based on his desire and the market's arrivals. Also, delicious butternut, sweet potato velouté, spinach zucchini gnocchi, and the inevitable duck Parmentier hash.

Make sure to sample the light tiramisu, the chocolate mousse, the macarons, the cannelés, and even a floating island!

Sparkling wine and Mimosa cocktails complement everything. Stellar champagne, such as Mot & Chandon and Veuve Clicquot, is typically available.

à votre santé!



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