The Eiffel Tower may be Paris' most-visited attraction, but not everyone knows you can dine within its glass walls. Here's how you can enjoy a meal in stylish surroundings with stellar city views and a unique perspective of the icon’s architecture.
Admire views of Paris while you eat on the first or second level of the Eiffel Tower.
Meals take place at either 58 Tour Eiffel or Alain Ducasse's Le Jules Verne—the tower's two restaurants.
Options are available to combine your tower visit with a city tour or Seine River cruise.
Tours last anywhere between two hours and a full-day, depending on the chosen activities.
Lunch at the Eiffel Tower
Located on the tower's first floor, 58 Tour Eiffel offers a lunch service that's more casual and kid-friendly than dinner, with light meals served as a 'chic picnic' in a picnic-style basket. On the second level, Le Jules Verne is a Michelin-starred restaurant where you can savor a three-course lunch overlooking the city.
Dinner at the Eiffel Tower
58 Tour Eiffel's dinner service features a posh atmosphere and sophisticated dishes, perfect for a date night. Up a level at Le Jules Verne, dinner is made up of six courses with wine pairings. Dinner options at the tower offer a more romantic setting, with fewer crowds and an illuminated view of the city spread out before you.
A combo tour gives you the opportunity to enjoy a meal at the Eiffel Tower in addition to another popular Paris experience, such as a cruise on the Seine, a city tour, a visit to Moulin Rouge, or even a trip to Versailles.