Lunch at the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France

Location: Eiffel Tower, Paris

Restaurant: Jules Verne


My friend Melissa had told me about Le Jules Verne and I definitely had to go and experience it firsthand.

View from the hotel. On the way to Jules Verne. It’s located in the middle section of the tower.

In the center of the tower looking up.

At the entrance to Le Jules Verne at the base of the Eiffel Tower. Outfit by Spell and the Gypsy Collective, necklace is Chanel and Choker from Prism Boutique.

The best part of this pic is the French military photobomb 🙌🏽🇫🇷

Arrived at Jules Verne.

Views from lunch. Love seeing the structure of the Eiffel Tower.

A few of their lunch dishes. There were a few of us so there was plenty of food to take photos of 🍴📸

A salmon dish. I love the plate with the restaurant’s logo on it 👌🏽

The best part, dessert 🙌🏽👅

This one matched so well with the plate it was served on. Super pretty. This is their signature Eiffel Tower dessert.

A quick peek into the kitchen on the way outside.

Taking in the outside views of the tower before heading back down.

Looking out into this magical and romantic city 🇫🇷✨

Paris, je t’aime.




  1. September 26, 2016 / 1:53 pm

    I had no idea there was a hotel in the middle. My tour guide left that out.Beautiful view for sure.

  2. September 29, 2016 / 11:55 pm

    I hope your large fan base of the past can catch a glimpse of what you were anticipating at all your outings and presences, I’m sure you can bite into a dessert could be a good catch phrase, wow La Magnificique. I got a little shivery looking at the grand structure, great coreography and photocollage’. Your accomplishing the adventure, many more to ensue.

  3. September 28, 2017 / 10:29 pm

    Your pictures remind me of when my cousin got married on the weekend of Princess Diana’s accident. It over shadowed the marriage but having been brought up both American and French, I find your pictures true to the essence of the French people.

    If you can, please check out our web page at

    Thanks for the memories of that beautiful place.


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