When you want a decent sit-down meal at the end, or middle, of a day of keeping score of tennis love during the French Tennis Open, aka Roland-Garros, here are a few suggestions that are a short taxi ride away. Listed here are the restaurants that perhaps not everyone will think of during their tennis days at Roland-Garros. At least, let’s hope so because 400,000 other spectators all clamoring for the same reservations can be stiff competition.
Western Paris, home to the Stade Roland-Garros where the French Tennis Open is held every spring in May, is an area of Paris known for its leafy-greenery and old money. In the "Disneyland of Tennis" that the Stade Roland-Garros becomes during this tennis competition, there are lots of fast food and snacks to be had – at elevated prices that go with the convenience of not leaving the game grounds. Le Roland-Garros, the sit-down restaurant located on the stadium grounds, is open throughout the year except during the weeks of the French Tennis Open tournament.
Since the Bois de Boulogne is just a short ways away, if you want to really indulge, Le Frank, in the all-new Fondation Louis Vuitton, is nestled there. Passy, next to Auteil, the neighborhood of Roland-Garros, also offers a few stylish choices. And in and around the Trocadéro you will find several stellar dining establishments, one which ensconces you in Baccarat Crystal and another that gives you an unparalleled view straight onto the Eiffel Tower and Champ de Mars.
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