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At Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris, there are a few restaurant options, depending on what you’re in the mood for. Le Bar offers meals throughout the day, and serves as the perfect place to enjoy breakfast amidst the plush sofas and warmth of the wooden lounge. For lunch, Le Bar provides a menu filled with such items as the famous lobster club sandwich. As for the liquid concoctions, they come from behind the bar with a certain air of elegance and edginess to them, thanks in larger part to new head barman, Greg Hazac, joining the roster.
La Galerie is another dining option, located between Le Bar and the fine-dining establishment Le Cinq. Here, among the gilded moldings and plush textiles, diners enjoy the French cuisine of chef Eric Briffard for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The restaurant is perfect for a business meeting or a casual meal at the Paris hotel — not that there’s really anything remotely casual about the George V.
The last dining option is the property’s acclaimed restaurant, Le Cinq. Chef Christian Le Squer gives you the option of ordering off the menu — you can select seasonal dishes such as sautéed wild mushrooms or fresh sea bass — or following a set menu, with or without wine pairings. The entire George V property sits above a wine cave where about 50,000 bottles are stocked in a perfectly controlled atmosphere. You are welcome to visit the luxury hotel’s caves, which were built out of the quarry where stone was removed to create the Arc de Triomphe.