Brasserie Le Bofinger in Paris, all time classic

18 December 2014 by Christian Frank

The Alsatian Bofinger opened his brasserie near Place de la Bastille in 1864. Today still, amateurs of Alsation food love to come here, enjoy the 19th century decoration and the excellent service.

Le Bofinger is for amateurs of Alsation and brasserie food. For travelers looking for a lively atmosphere and stylish surroundings.

The bill can be quite steep, expect 50 EUR per person.

The brasserie is right next to Place de la Bastille and not far from the Place des Vosges.

Bofinger serves six different types of sauerkraut, our preferred one is the "Choucroute de la mer" - Seafood sauerkraut. To get a table at Brasserie Bofinger, you need either to book by telephone or arrive for a late service (after 10 pm).

Check out our article on Classic brasseries in Paris

Opening hours

Mo-Thur : 12pm-3pm & 6.30pm-12am;
Fr : until 12.30am;
Sat : 12pm-3.30pm & 6.30pm-12.30am;
Sun : 12pm-12am.


5-7, rue de la Bastille 75004 Paris

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