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Restaurants in Beaune

Any restaurant recommendations in Beaune? Here's the kicker - we'll be there on a Sunday when a lot of restaurants are closed!

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Beaune is such a lovely little town! We just enjoyed walking around and "stumbling" into a local place. Not sure what restaurant we ended up at, but the food was plentiful and delicious for a good price. I'll be back there in September and can't wait to see where I'll stumble this time.
Enjoy Beaune!
Lisa

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We enjoyed meals at Le Petit Paradis and Le Conty. Both are in Rick's guidebook.

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We sure enjoyed La Ciboulette one evening, simple regional fare done extremely well. And, they're open on Sundays!

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We dined at Caveau des Arches which we enjoyed, the dining room is underground. Not sure of the days they are open.

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We had a couple of really good meals at La Grilladine. Checked their web site and it indicates they are open on Sunday, but who knows how current that is.

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Brasserie le Carnot. Nothing fancy but good food and easy service. Some locals and some tourists and they are open Sunday. Bœuf Bourguignon with a green salad was great. Loved Beaune and Burgundy. Rent a bike and head South for some tastings in the nearby towns.

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We just returned from a trip that included a stay in Beaune. We stayed at Hostellerie de Bretonniere which was a good accommodation in a nice location easily walkable to the old city. Warning - we stayed on a Saturday and went out in the evening to find a place for dinner, and all restaurants were full! We found no place with any vacancy and returned to our room with a bottle of wine and some bread & cheese. If you are there on a weekend, suggest stopping by any of the many restaurants in town earlier in the day and making a reservation, if not calling ahead first. P.S. the breakfast at the hotel, while an extra charge, was excellent with fresh squeezed juices and fruit, excellent croissants and cheese.