PERSHING HALL Restaurant & Lounge Bar PARIS

September 11, 2016 by Laura Gomez


 

The beating heart of the Pershing Hall, the restaurant harbours a lush vertical garden, which extends and blooms thirty metres high and ten metres wide underneath a gigantic glass roof which is opened up to the Paris sky when the weather turns fine. At its feet, the plush restaurant spreads out, where every detail inspires confidence: enormous curtains of glass beads, characterful lamps, Murano glass vases, carmine red mirrors… The ambiance, which invites you to have a gourmet, foodie interlude, is suited to romantic tête-à-têtes and to working or business meetings all day long.

The Pershing Hall’s restaurant offers a menu which varies according to the changing seasons with original creations made from exceptional fresh produce chosen by the Chef and cooked in-house. Here, cuisines from elsewhere rub shoulders with traditional French gastronomy and sometimes certain classic dishes are reinterpreted, sprinkled with a delicate Asian influence.

A unique selection of wines and champagnes. To accompany the meal, the menu reveals prestigious vintages and rare selections from the great houses, so as to ensure consistent quality for a demanding clientele.And, of course, discover a unique choice of champagnes, which you can also enjoy in the lounge bar, the first champagne bar created in Paris.

The Pershing Hall isn’t just one, it is many. Many are the stars who bring their different spirits to the ever-changing ambiances generated by the passing of time.

Night owls and early birds are both welcomed to the Pershing Hall’s restaurant by an attentive and discreet staff continuously from 7am to 2am, when they emerge from their room or suite before they return to it.

Champagne and cocktails
For a little while or for an evening, the lounge bar is supported by lovers of and connoisseurs of great champagne, who meet at the champagne bar to choose from among the fifty-something vintages with the unique sparkling personalities of the biggest houses: Pommery, Piper-Heidsieck, Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, Henriot, Mumm, Dom Pérignon, Moët & Chandon, Ruinart, Krug, Palmes d’Or, Billecart Salmon, Bollinger, Perrier-Jouët.

Cocktail lovers are also catered for, with a choice of original cocktails with evocative names: the Name of the Rose with fresh rose petals, the SparklingLalique with Krug champagne served in a Lalique glass, or the SexyStar: a mix of vodka, champagne, passion fruit juice and… shh, it’s the mixologist’s secret.

In contrast with the calm of the rooms and suites, the Pershing Hall’s lounge bar opens its doors at 6pm and takes guests until 2am.

The lounge bar also offers non-alcoholic cocktails as well as delicious and original “Desires” from the menu to snack on and share in a friendly ambiance between after-work drinks and evening buffet, on a deep sofa or within the intimacy of one of the open balconies which overlook the restaurant.

Pershing Hall restaurant is open:
From Tuesday to Saturday: from 7am to 2am
Sunday & Monday: from 7am to 1am

Pershing Hall Restaurant
49 rue Pierre Charron
75008 Paris – France

Photos copyright: Pershing Hall Restaurant & Pershing Lounge Bar

www.pershinghall.com