Located in the legendary Parisian music hall Casino de Paris, the recently opened Mistinguett restaurant had some large shoes to fill. Not only does it occupy the imposing dining room of Le Perroquet where high society once rubbed noses with famous artists in the 1920s, it’s also named after the historic brasserie’s official godmother, flamboyant singer-dancer Mistinguett who was the most popular French entertainer of her time. We are pleased to report that Mistinguett lives up to its mythical glamour courtesy of the Roaring Twenties-inspired, theatrical décor by architects Hugo Vince and Adèle Nourry, founders of Atelier Ha, Chef Etienne Daviau’s sumptuous bistro fare, the extravagant cocktails served under a monumental Art Nouveau stained-glass window, and a diverse cast of singers, musicians, comedians, DJs and even acrobats who inject the dinner service with a festive spirit.
Mistinguett never arrives late on stage, and she counts on you to do the same.
The restaurant opens weekdays from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and Tuesday to Saturday from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Without reservation for a drink from 7 p.m., the dinner takes place in two courses: from 7:30 p.m., then 9:45 p.m.
From 6 p.m. we no longer take reservations, so we invite you to come directly to the restaurant to check table availability.
Any delay greater than 15 minutes voids the table guarantee.
16 Rue de Clichy, 75009 Paris, France