L’Age d’Or is a restaurant that is both a place of culture and healthy food, a fantastic place to discover in the 13th district of Paris.
Exhibitions and artistic workshops
When culture intertwines with gluttony, the result is tasty. At the same time as it is possible to admire exhibitions or to appreciate a music concert, L’Age d’Or offers you the possibility of satisfying yourselves copiously. Chef Etienne Liberge concocts tasty and quality dishes for you, respecting the vagaries of the seasons. On Sunday, he will have set up his buffet for a brunch that promises to delight your taste buds. At will, this formula will satisfy the most ferocious appetites. The savory bowls balance the sweet notes of breakfast: a nice appetizer will be made with toast and jams, homemade desserts and pressed fruit juices. Then help yourself to mezze-tapas, seasonal salads, charcuterie, cheese from producers, scrambled eggs or even pies or cakes.
Debates around culture
But the Age d’Or is a wonderfully vintage place for associations, where you can sit down to have a drink or eat, and many other things besides. Because here, debates are organized, most often around “culture and pleasure“, workshops are open to all, literary cafes are set up, in short, it’s a whole life that is organized around this place, now well known to the southeast of the capital. The stated goal here: “to stimulate the senses, knowledge and encounters”. The bet is raised, and largely met.
26 rue du Doctor Magnan 75013 Paris
tel: +33(0)1 45 85 10 58
Ⓜ Tolbiac – Olympiad – Place d’Italie
Buses 62, 64, 83 | Vélib terminal
Monday to Saturday 9 a.m. – 2 a.m.
Sunday 09H – 00H