If you’re planning a trip to Lyon, one of the biggest cities of France, you cannot miss the Brasserie Georges, 30 Cours Verdun Perrache. It is considered as a real institution in the city, as it was born in 1836, when the master brewer Georges Hoffer first founded it. From that moment on, the Brasserie Georges became one of the places to be for the French cuisine: a unique place, full of history and literature, as it hosted many French and international writers. As a proof, some of the tables are dedicated to famous intellectuals: for example, table 102 is dedicated to Paul Verlaine while table 22 is dedicated to Emile Zola, as you can see from the little golden plates affixed on the tables. The building is easy to find because it is perfectly recognisable: this imposing structure reminds a temple from the outside and it cannot be unnoticed. While inside you’ll find an amazing art deco ambience, with a huge high-ceilinged dining room that can house about a hundred people, mirrored walls and art deco, classy furniture. And also the menu is no less so: you will find a great range of dishes for all tastes so, while deciding which “famous” table will be yours (do you feel more like a modern Edith Piaf or are you an eternal dreamer like Antoine de Saint Exupery?), we suggest to have a look at the menu. From the entrées to the desserts, from meat dishes to fish dishes, everything is cooked and prepared with excellent ingredients, following the French tradition. We especially suggest to taste the desserts, which are great! But no matter what you’ll choose to taste, we assure that if these walls could speak, they’ll tell so many great stories about this magic place!