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.