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La Boissonnière is a restaurant that offers its customers small sharing plates. It also plays the roles of both a wine bar, with 100 well-known wines, and a beer bar, with a number of beers on draught.
The restaurant is divided into two parts. One side is a large room with a long wooden counter and mosaic tiles, high stools, and some adjustable tables, and is an airy space with a glass roof, exposed copper pipes, tables, and stools. In total there is seating for more than 130 in a pleasant, airy, almost soothing place.
During this time when the country is facing an unprecedented health crisis, and restaurants and other bars are now closed, Charlie Laloge has decided to lend a hand to an association by keeping his kitchen open and volunteering to prepare meals (entirely free) for the nursing staff of Ile de France.