A historic Parisian brand
Already a point of passage and exchanges at the time of Gallo-Roman Lutetia, the Petit Pont lives according to the continuous movement of the capital.
Alongside Notre Dame and Rue Saint Jacques, residents and tourists alike eat and quench their thirst in this essential brasserie at any time of the day or night.
4th generation of a dynasty of bougnats, Christophe highlights his country through an evolving seasonal menu, made up of products from the Aubrac region to be associated with vintage vintage wines.
A day in Paris
At the Petit Pont, regular or passing customers punctuate the day.
6:30 a.m. - The early risers fill up with energy over a strong coffee or a hot croissant, under the amused eye of the gargoyles of Notre Dame
10 a.m. - English Breakfast and Granola Bowl for those who have decided to sleep in, or have missed the alarm clock
1 p.m. - Business lunch, family meal or quick snack, the servers are busy in the sunny terrace
4 p.m. - Hard-working people who have just left a meeting and families on the move meet for a well-deserved break around a pancake or a snack
6 p.m. - Happy Hour has already started, colleagues and friends are looking forward to the end of the day. Craft beers, glasses of wine from the Bordeaux region and boards to share occupy the tables of the bistro, accompanied by the notes of the piano.
8:30 p.m. - After a glass of champagne from Moët & Chandon, all generations savor the chef's dishes and share a moment of conviviality
11 p.m. - Partygoers sip the barman's Signature Cocktails. The DJ, behind his decks, takes care of the atmosphere and the more adventurous savor a digestif and a Cuban cigard.
Piano from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
DJ on weekends from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m.
To take away
Anniversary reservation and events
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Cafe Le Petit Pont
43, rue de la Bucherie
M4 Saint-Michel, City
RER B St-Michel Notre Dame
7 days a week from 6 a.m. to 3 a.m.