Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Dinner at Ralph's at Ralph Lauren in Paris--Beautiful Lighting

Inspired News had a great article on Ralph's.  I wanted to know
more...They wrote:

Ralph's, a chic, American-style restaurant in the middle of Paris,
is designer Ralph Lauren's latest undertaking, and a popular one
at that.  The recently launched eatery, located within the new
Ralph Lauren boutique in Saint-Germain-des-Pres, boasts a distinctive
combination of French elegance and American cuisine that has been
talk of the town even weeks before opening day.

Equipped with both indoor and outdoor seating, Ralph's is truly
a lively and desirable eating spot.  Guests can make reservations
for seating in the stunning courtyard or the luxurious yet unpretentious
dining room, adorned with dark wood and leather reminiscent of
a sophisticated hunting lodge.  For a more casual vibe, seating at
the swanky bar area is available.

What truly makes Ralph's exceptional is not only its stylish yet
understated setting, but also its classic American dishes. 
Ralph's menu features a variety of America's most beloved
meals, from New England clam chowder to Black Angus beef
imported from Lauren's own ranch in Colorado.  The headliner
of the menu, the burger, rivals any of the best found stateside,
and earns its 27 euro price tag.  These savory meals in an
inviting setting are sure to make anyone in Paris feel right at

Of course, I love the sconces and pendants he chose
to light and give ambiance to both the indoor and
outdoor dining spaces.


  1. Such a beautiful spot!! I would LOVE to go to Paris just to visit "Ralphs', last time we were there it was not opened....looks like such a fabulous spot and I hear the American fare is all the rage...isn't that ironic!

  2. What a gorgeous place to have dinner! If I could I'd jump a plane now and go try it out...hey a girl can dream!

  3. This sounds awesome. I think Ralph can impress the French.


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