France Travel Planner by Tom Brosnahan & Jane Fisher   Best Restaurants in Reims, France
There's always champagne on the wine list!


The center of dining in Reims is unquestionably the Place Drouet d'Erlon, the long promenade extending from the Square Colbert in front of the Gare de Reims south for three long blocks through the heart of the city (map).

Place Druot d'Erlon, Reims, France
The broad Place Druot d'Erlon, lined with restaurants & cafés.

Vehicular traffic is limited—it's really a pedestrian zone lined with restaurants, café-bars, snack and sandwich shops, bakery-pastry shops, boutiques and hotels.

In fair weather all the restaurants place tables and chairs on the street for al fresco sipping and dining.

All meals are served, from breakfast through lunch, dinner, drinks and snacks well past midnight.

Reims also has several Michelin one-star restaurants. We enjoyed a wonderful dinner at Le Foch, where the food was as beautiful as it was tasty. We particularly enjoyed the beautiful adn delicious Choco-Passion.

Choco-Passion, Reims
Choco-Passion, passion fruit ice cream on a chocolate cake, with fillings of the same flavors and a chocolate "fence."


Hotels in Reims

What to See & Do

Champagne Wineries

Visiting Champagne Houses

Reims Transport

Tourist Information

About Reims

Champagne Region

About Épernay


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Place Drouet d'Erlon, Reims, France

Place Drouet d'Erlon at night: a dining festival.

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