Place de Mexico is a roundabout tucked away in back of the Place Trocadero, toward the residential part of the 16th arrondissement. It's a lovely Place and Di Vino is one of the restaurants that makes... Read More
Place de Mexico is a roundabout tucked away in back of the Place Trocadero, toward the residential part of the 16th arrondissement. It's a lovely Place and Di Vino is one of the restaurants that makes it so. The decor is stylish with brightly patterned upholstered chairs, strategic lighting and black banquettes that cosy up against the windowed walls. Its outside terrace is delightful in the summer. One of the draws here, besides the authentic Italian cuisine is its 110 different Italian wines, curated with a connoisseurs eye. Dinner and lunch is served every day of the week. During happy hour you can indulge in many of these fine Piedmont and Tuscan wines by the glass, accompanied by delicious antipasti.
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- Italian: "This is one of the prettiest squares (Rond Point in French) in Paris' 16th arrondissement. And this upscale, modern Italian restaurant offers a trendy, classy place in which to enjoy a meal."
- Best for Italian Because: This is a quietly classic modern Italian restaurant in one of Paris' classiest neighborhoods.