With its crisp white table cloths, formally attired waiters and a bourgeois menu unchanged in several generations, Brasserie Lipp is the archetypical Alsatian restaurant with staples like sauerkraut and white sausage and steak frites. It has been a Left Bank institution for over a century, a gathering place for actors, poets, writers and politicians. Hemingway wrote about it in "A Moveable Feast." Despite its fame, it has resisted becoming a tourist attraction, often relegating tourists to an upstairs dining room.
Brasserie Lipp, Boulevard Saint-Germain, Paris, France
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