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Published: October  23, 2014

Paris

In 2012, French cuisine established itself in Paris Gastrô. It faces the street and has an open view to the Flamengo Beach. The restaurant is set on a 300 square meter space of pure good taste. To those who prefer not to take the two flights of stairs, there is a panoramic elevator in the external area that takes you straight to the Paris Gastrô.

Inspired by symbolic Parisian gastronomic salons, Beth Serpa handled the decor of Paris Bar personally, with the support of architect Jorge Delmas. In the salon, there is a wall of peeled grout that shows us the palace's age. The parquet floor, silk curtains, crystal chandeliers and tangerine armchairs exhibit the modern characteristics of the room. The works of art were selected by Carlos Alberto Serpa from his own private collection. There are paintings by Kazuo Wakabayashi, Carlos Vergara and Christiane Fangueiro, sculptures by Bruno Giorgi and Ascanio MMM that are shown with sophisticated chairs in French XVIII style.

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Praia do Flamengo 34 Flamengo Rio de Janeiro- Brasil

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+55 21 2551 1278

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Published: October  23, 2014

Paris

In 2012, French cuisine established itself in Paris Gastrô. It faces the street and has an open view to the Flamengo Beach. The restaurant is set on a 300 square meter space of pure good taste. To those who prefer not to take the two flights of stairs, there is a panoramic elevator in the external area that takes you straight to the Paris Gastrô.

Inspired by symbolic Parisian gastronomic salons, Beth Serpa handled the decor of Paris Bar personally, with the support of architect Jorge Delmas. In the salon, there is a wall of peeled grout that shows us the palace's age. The parquet floor, silk curtains, crystal chandeliers and tangerine armchairs exhibit the modern characteristics of the room. The works of art were selected by Carlos Alberto Serpa from his own private collection. There are paintings by Kazuo Wakabayashi, Carlos Vergara and Christiane Fangueiro, sculptures by Bruno Giorgi and Ascanio MMM that are shown with sophisticated chairs in French XVIII style.