I’ve had the pleasure of visiting Reims, Champagne a few times over the years, and every time that I have gone has been absolutely amazing. France is a beautiful country with so many amazingly different regions that are worth visiting. If you’re thinking about or planning a trip to France, you’ll definitely want to consider Reims, Champagne. I even have a list of the Best Champagne Houses to Visit in Reims on my blog here. Continue reading below to see my Dining Guide to Reims, Champagne.
The Assiette Champenoise is a unique destination you’re going to want to visit. This acclaimed Michelin rated restaurant has some amazing food that truly highlights France’s delicious cuisines. Read about my stay at the Luxurious Assiette Champenoise in Reims, France here.
A lovely outdoor seating area to go along with your exquisite meal.
BiboVino Wine Bar
The beautiful BiboVino Wine Bar is a great spot in Reims to grab a delicious glass of wine, along with some casual food to go with it. This is a relatively new wine bar, but its unique design and yummy bite-size nibbles give it the perfect touch.
This food was just as good as it looks, so mouth-watering..
Cafe du Palais
Established in 1930, Cafe du Palais is one of the most popular spots in Reims. There are hundreds of objects within the restaurant to showcase all the historic events that took place, jazz concerts, fashion shows, film projections, etc. The food here was amazing making this place a must when visiting Reims. Also, the interior setting is so cute you may just order a coffee in the morning, stay, and read a book and stay through lunch. It has that cozy inviting atmosphere which makes you never want to leave!
Every decoration here is a little piece of history, the art is beautiful to see in person!
And of course, the food was delicious as can be.
Hotel du Marc
The amazing and historic Hotel du Marc is located in downtown Reims, France. This beautiful mansion was a part of the Veuve Clicquot family since 1840 (prior to them being acquired by LVMH). As spectacular as Hotel Du Marc is, sadly it is not open to the public, however, VIP’s, media, and bloggers may be lucky to get a visit. Read about my spectacular Veuve Clicquot’s Exclusive Hotel du Marc Tour here.
See more about my Veuve Clicquot Winetasting and Lunch at Hotel du Marc with Winemaker Bertrand Varoquier
Such a lovely presentation with even tastier flavors.
Veuve Cliquot has become one of my absolute favorites over the years, read about my visit to the Veuve Clicquot Maison & Spectacular Crayere Tours.
After lunch, me and Winemaker Bertrand enjoyed more Champagne in their gorgeous Champagne Lounge. Can a visit get more fabulous than this?
Le Clos Wine Bar
If you’re looking for a different type of dining experience, Le Clos is truly a Bar like no other. They’ve got such a neat setup that is technically outside but decorated so nicely where you almost forget where you are. Be sure to include Le Clos in your Reims, France itinerary!
Their seating areas are such a cool feature to this very popular Wine Bar in Reims.
After wine tasting for days, there is nothing like a beer to cleanse the palette. So refreshing and tasty.
You’ll definitely want to check out this cool spot when visiting Reims, Champagne.
Le Wine Bar
During my trips to Champagne, I had extraordinary experiences with some of the best wines, champagne, and food, and many of those memories were had at Le Wine Bar! Read about my visit to the Cutest Wine Bar in Reims You Must Visit, Le Wine Bar. When you visit be sure to tell Owner, Nicholais the I sent you. We have shared many glasses together and he’s an absolute gem full of knowledge and so hospitable.
The food is perfect for sharing and great small bites. We ordered the Burger Sliders and Croque Monsieur Sandwiches almost nightly during our visits to Le Wine Bar.
Thanks to Le Wine Bar for this amazing experience. I can’t wait to return and visit again on my next trip to Reims, France.
Although I have not visited Racine myself, I had to include this extremely popular Michelin rated restaurant in Reims, France. This small restaurant is where the Japanese chef produces French cuisine strongly inflected with influences from his native Japan. This beautiful and tasty food is said to be like no other, I can’t wait to try Racine as all of my foodie friends say it’s a must see!
Such a beautiful setup to go with such highly acclaimed cuisine.