The Eiffel Tower is a must for any traveler to Paris, and you can make your visit truly unique with a lunch experience above the city at one of the tower's restaurants. Read on to learn how to spend an afternoon dining at the iconic Eiffel Tower.
- Enjoy panoramic views over the Seine River and the Trocadero while dining at the first-floor 58 Tour Eiffel restaurant, 311 feet (95 meters) up.
- Jump to the front of the queue with skip-the-line entry to the tower’s first floor.
- Taste classic French dishes paired with Champagne or wine during a picnic-style lunch.
- Escape the tower’s usual crowds and get more out of your visit with advance reservations.
Eiffel Tower Lunch Combo Tours
To make the most of an afternoon in Paris and see the Eiffel Tower from all angles, choose a tour that combines lunch at the tower with a city sightseeing bus tour and a Seine River cruise. You can also pair your lunch above Paris with a visit to the Palace of Versailles, or, if you’d like to see the city independently, choose a package that includes lunch at the Eiffel Tower as a stop on a hop on, hop off bus tour.
Exclusive Eiffel Tower Lunch Experiences
Book an exclusive lunch at the Eiffel Tower for a one-of-a-kind experience. Not only will you skip the line to go up to the first-floor 58 Tour Eiffel, but you're guaranteed one of the most sought-after reservations in the city—a picnic-style meal at a table by the giant bay windows looking out over the Trocadero. Sip a glass of champagne as you enjoy your unobstructed city views and dig into your decadent lunch.