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One French institution embraces another

Renowned Restaurant Guy Savoy has shifted to a grand top-floor space at Monnaie de Paris, the historic French mint building

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Guy Savoy at his new, 4,300 sq ft restaurant at the Monnaie de Paris. The restaurant sits at the top of a grand, red-carpeted stone staircase decorated with medallions and laurel wreaths. A series of dining rooms are set along windows 10 feet high that offer a good view of the Seine. The Louvre is on the far side of the river, with the Pont Neuf to the right.

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Guy Savoy at his new, 4,300 sq ft restaurant at the Monnaie de Paris. The restaurant sits at the top of a grand, red-carpeted stone staircase decorated with medallions and laurel wreaths. A series of dining rooms are set along windows 10 feet high that offer a good view of the Seine. The Louvre is on the far side of the river, with the Pont Neuf to the right.

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FOR 28 years, one of this city's most famous restaurants operated out of a dark, starkly modern site on rue Troyon, a banal street in the 17th Arrondissement close to the Arc de Triomphe. Now diners at Restaurant Guy Savoy will enter a grand 4,300 square foot top-floor space on the

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