Restaurants for private hire for groups

With its wide selection of restaurants, the capital opens its doors to you ... Book a private restaurant in Paris for an unforgettable meal. Traditional, gastronomic, unusual, a bistro or brasserie, tearoom, etc. There are numerous restaurants in Paris that can be privately hired, guaranteeing a successful event.

Classic restaurants, brasseries and bistros: time-honoured favourites

Emblematic of Paris, brasseries and bistros are available for private hire for all your business events. Ideal for enjoying a good meal in a group.

With art deco interiors, La Coupole is symbolic of the history of Montparnasse. Its vast dining room, open every day from 7am to 2am, seats up to 350 people for a meal. A private room is available on a half-day basis from breakfast to lunch (up to 150 guests seated). In the Bastille district, the Brasserie Bofinger is also an institution. Various rooms can be adapted to suit the size of your group: the Salon Hansi (up to 90 people), the Salon des Continents (up to 30 people), or the Salon Marqueterie (semi-private, up to 65 people). With a total capacity for up to 120 people (reception room on the 1st floor), The Grand Café Capucines is a landmark address. To capture the spirit of the capital, invite your staff to sit out on the terrace at L’Alsace, on the Champs-Élysées (100 people maximum). They'll love the view! On Place de l’Opéra, Café de la Paix, available for full or partial private hire, invites you to immerse yourself in la vie parisienne.
In a completely different style, the Bœuf Couronné, in the former abattoir district of La Villette, will delight meat lovers (groups up to 130). Its private terrace in the inner courtyard is delightful in spring.

On Place du Tertre in Montmartre, the restaurant La Mère Catherine, frequented by Danton and his followers during the French Revolution, caters to groups of up to 300 people. In the same district, La Bonne Franquette, available for full private hire (180-190 people), is a restaurant that offers a change of scene with its typical atmosphere, village ambience and famous French cancan. Near Pigalle, the legendary brasserie Wepler is a popular address for groups of up to 30 people. Also a firm favourite for over 120 years, Bouillon Chartier Grands Boulevards known for its meals at very affordable prices, has a large dining room (320 people) perfectly suited to groups. Like its sister restaurant, Bouillon Chartier Gare de l'Est is for you if you're looking for a place with a friendly atmosphere and a varied menu at low prices (200 covers)!
Towards Porte Maillot, the Auberge Dab offers numerous options for groups wishing to host a business meal featuring a wide-ranging menu and market-fresh cuisine: a spacious main dining room, a cosy dining room or a terrace surrounded by greenery (from April). Also in a privileged location on the doorstep of Paris, Le Congrès Auteuil welcomes you in its private dining room (40 covers) with a menu of meat and seafood of generous proportions.

The Pied de Cochon was the first restaurant to offer continuous service and all night opening when it opened in 1947, and now boasts three 50 m² rooms where you can enjoy a sit-down meal in a friendly atmosphere (50 to 55 people per room). Towards Gare Saint-Lazare, the Brasserie Mollard is even more spacious, and will suit larger groups, of up to 130 people. In the Bourse district, Le Vaudeville can cater for all your needs, from breakfast to
lunch and dinner, with specialities to share: oyster bar, foie gras, snails, etc. The vast dining room can accommodate up to 108 people and its indoor terrace, around fifty. In the Chinese district, Le B.A-BA has a menu that changes each season, and which ranges from street food, to original dishes with international variations, all served in a refined and relaxed atmosphere.
A few steps from the Opéra Comique, the century-old traditional restaurant Les Noces de Jeannette can welcome up to 230 guests, with its five private dining rooms seating from 20 to 100. Another historic restaurant, Allard, one of the capital's last real bistros, appeals to small groups (45 people maximum), with its intimate atmosphere and fine traditional cuisine. Nestled in Paris's 15th arrondissement, Le Café du Commerce offers a warm, lively atmosphere. A former bouillon with a vintage design, it seduces with its classic decor, traditional French dishes at affordable prices and a varied clientele, transporting every visitor to the timeless essence of Parisian life (200 covers). On the Chessy side, La Brasserie Rosalie warmly welcomes you to enjoy refined cuisine and a magnificent view of the lake. It can accommodate up to 400 guests in cocktail format.

Extraordinary restaurants: unforgettable memories

To leave a lasting impression on your team, head to Paris’s first café established in 1686, and turned into a brasserie in the 20th century … Le Procope is a place steeped in history, frequented previously by Rousseau, Diderot, Voltaire and Robespierre. It can host groups of 12 to 72 people in one of its six dining rooms.

Privately hiring a gastronomic restaurant in Paris will ensure that your guests are welcomed in a unique and elegant setting. An emblematic restaurant at the Gare de Lyon, Le Train Bleu is an essential gastronomic destination signed Michel Rostang, with two dining rooms available for private hire (200 covers). Situated within the Château de Versailles, the restaurant Ducasse au château de Versailles is also an ideal place to introduce your colleagues to French gastronomy (groups up to 150 people). In the gardens of the chateau, between the Bassin d’Apollon and the Grand Canal, La Petite Venise will surprise you with authentic trattoria cooking, in a bucolic atmosphere (groups up to 100 people).

Would you like your team to experience an extraordinary sensory and human adventure? Then, Dans le noir ? is the restaurant for you! Since 2004, this unusual restaurant has been serving creative and responsible bistronomic cuisine in total darkness, accompanied and served by unexpected guides (groups up to 120 people).

With capacity for 350 people for a sit-down dinner, Chai 33, in Bercy Village, is a highly original setting for all your group meals. The restaurant, bistro, bar, historic wine cellar and two terraces opening onto the Cour Saint-Emilion will introduce you to the world of wine.

Get a new perspective on the French capital and step aboard the Bustronome, a bistronomic restaurant travelling restaurant, installed on a double-decker bus with a 360° panoramic view (up to 38 people). And to discover Paris from the Seine, let yourself be tempted by the Capitaine Fracasse, a boat moored on the Ile aux Cygnes (up to 245 people) or the restaurant Polpo, in Levallois-Perret, a trendy and convivial barge (groups up to 500 people). At Madame Brasserie, you will enjoy being at altitude! Situated on the 1st floor of the Eiffel Tower, with a breathtaking view, this restaurant with Thierry Marx at the helm is available for full private hire (groups up to 60 people).

For something completely different, opt for a museum restaurant. In the 7th arrondissement, Le Restaurant d’Orsay, a listed monument, will dazzle your guests with its sumptuous decor, gilding and ceiling paintings by Gabriel Ferrier and Benjamin Constant (groups up to 100 people). In the midst of the Jardin des Plantes, the Belles Plantes immerses you in a green setting! Similarly, the restaurant L'Île offers a setting with lush green vegetation and can host up to 280 people. After visiting the Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle or the Ménagerie, its idyllic location and bucolic atmosphere make it the ideal venue for all your group meals (up to 150 people from May to September, and up to 80 people from October to April). The Casino de Paris concert hall can also be used for private functions such as meals and cocktails, in its restaurant Mistinguett, for 100 covers.

Available for partial private hire during the day (small room, mezzanine) and full private hire in the evening, the Angelina Rivoli tearoom, an institution in Paris for more than a century, can host up to 180 people. An exceptional setting and an internationally renowned address that will leave everyone with unforgettable memories!

Festive restaurants: all night long

Festive and trendy restaurants in the capital also open their doors to groups!

With a group capacity for 130 people, the restaurant Coya is one of the trendiest addresses in Paris, not to miss. A celebration of the South American spirit for an immersive and artistic dining experience. South America is also the focus at Pachamama, a 1,500 m² dinner club spread over 4 levels around a 15-metre-high atrium. A space that is suited to the organization of dinners for up to 300 guests … followed by an evening of dancing! A landmark since its creation in 1996, the Buddha Bar sets itself apart with a unique aesthetic, Pacific Rim cuisine and the good vibes of its resident DJ. Its impressive 1,000 m² of space on three levels can accommodate groups of 50 to 170 people according to spaces.
For a 100% rock vibe, head to the Hard Rock Café on the Grands Boulevards, a true ambassador of North American culture (groups up to 250 people).
At Sacré Frenchy !, a traditional neo-brasserie with a rotisserie in the centre of Paris, the space can be adapted to your needs. With a capacity for around 140 covers, this restaurant is available for full or partial private hire, until 5am in the morning (on request). A piano bar, DJ, karaoke, magician, mixology workshop, etc. are also available as options.

Oxygen Event is the ideal venue for a private corporate event! Several restaurants are available, offering a variety of culinary choices in an exceptional setting, with a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower from its 600m2 terraces.