We had dinner at Brasserie O’Neil which was great. The restaurant has a microbrewery on site, which is rare in Paris. I ordered the “Plat du Jour” plate of the day, which was duck salad with the duck prepared seared and roasted. It was delicious and incredibly fresh and filling. The plate of the day was also cheaper than the other mains, 11 euro compared to the 15-20+ euro.
Our sever was wonderful. He was French, but spoke good English which is so helpful. He was friendly and bonus, he was cute.
address: 20 rue de Cannettes
After dinner we walked around the area of Saint-Germain-des-Prés in the 6th arrondissement.The official “center” of the area is the church of St. Germain des Prés (metro St. Germain des Prés). The original foundations were laid in the 3d century A.D. but the church standing today was built in 1163 dating it as the oldest church in Paris!