American travel magazine, Holiday, has just opened a new café in Paris. Aptly named Holiday Café, the restaurant is located at 192 Avenue de Versailles in the 16th arrondissement, as it serves breakfast, lunch, aperitifs and dinner.
The café was conceived by artistic director Franck Durand and architect Franklin Azzi, while Daniel de la Falaise in turn designed the menu. Standout French dishes include the “croque-demoiselle,” which is a twist on the traditional croque-monsieur, with quail’s egg served with a fine herb salad; foie gras, and a mix of charcuterie. For dessert, one would suggest the chocolate cake or the apple compote.
Holiday Café opened its doors roughly a week ago, as it sits 17 inside and 13 outside. Hours of operation are Tuesday to Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. and Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 3 p.m.