Le Soleil de la Butte has two faces: by day, this picturesque restaurant in Montmartre attracts tourists like bees to honey with its sunny terrace at the foot of a set of stairs, away from the pollution and traffic. Later on, it draws the night owls of the neighbourhood in search of a nightcap and on weekends, it stays open until dawn. The menu is affordable, classic Parisian brasserie, making it a good choice for lunch or dinner (the kitchen is open non-stop until 1am). During the week, the room in the basement is rented out to musicians, small theatre companies and comedians. On weekends from 10pm until dawn, it becomes a den for DJs; the music can be hit and miss, but this is certainly a good place to hear some new sounds in the early hours.
|Venue name:||Le Soleil de la Butte||Contact:|
32 rue Muller
|Opening hours:||Du lundi au jeudi de 9h à 2h. Vendredi et samedi jusqu’à 6h|
|Transport:||Métro : Château Rouge|
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Worst place to have lunch.. On 13-04-2013 at 16:00 First they gave us dirty napkins. We asked for new ones. After two minutes they gave us back the same napkin but this time folded... We showed that they are still the same old dirty napkins and they gave new ones. The glasses they served the colas were still having the traces of the food the previous customer had. Finally the tomato salad we ordered had some hair on it.. We left the place after that and they charged us all we had ordered and not been served yet.