Liste des établissements Beaumarly

Our venues

Club Matignon

Club Matignon continues in Parisian clubbing tradition, a hedonistic space created by Gilbert Costes. Every moment the space is made anew, mixing gold and platinum.

Castel

A place of legend, which appeared like a mirage at the dawn of the sixties, Castel, named after its founder Jean Castel, quickly established itself as the place to be for parties, flamboyant in the Parisian night... Princess Street has found its prince, and nothing will ever be the same in Saint-Germain-des-Prés. In 2014, a merry band of mercenaries entrepreneurs finally woke the monster up, bringing up to date the place while entirely respecting the style that made ​​the success and charm of Castel. Castel reserves admissions exclusively to its Members.

Gâteaux Thoumieux

Another jewel of the Beaumarly group is the Thoumieux project,an adventure led by Thierry Costes. The brasserie Thoumieux is the rebirth of a legendary place. It has grown, and today it is a fusion of brasserie and gastronomical restaurant, as well as a hotel and a space dedicated to the chef’s famous pastries! With a logo designed by M/M (Paris) and rooms designed by the creative genius ofIndia Mahdavi, Thoumieux is now a must for the true Parisian luxury experience. Sylvestre Wahid, two-star Chef of the Oustaude Baumaniere in Baux-de-Provence and Strato in Courchevel becomes Head Chef of Thoumieux from summer 2015.

Paradisio

The Beaumarly group loves cinema! And since Thierry Costes never does anything like anyone else, he designed a space, in collaboration with Nathanaël Karmitz (MK2), within the corridors of the Germain. It is a sort of dream movie house from the seventies, with leather furnishings and full of color, a little bit of heaven with shades of Henri Rousseau, designed by India Mahdavi. The Germain Paradisio is the promise of an exceptional evening between the lucky few...

Sylvestre **

Another jewel of the Beaumarly group is the Thoumieux project,an adventure led by Thierry Costes. The brasserie Thoumieux is the rebirth of a legendary place. It has grown, and today it is a fusion of brasserie and gastronomical restaurant, as well as a hotel and a space dedicated to the chef’s famous pastries! With a logo designed by M/M (Paris) and rooms designed by the creative genius ofIndia Mahdavi, Thoumieux is now a must for the true Parisian luxury experience. Sylvestre Wahid, two-star Chef of the Oustaude Baumaniere in Baux-de-Provence and Strato in Courchevel becomes Head Chef of Thoumieux from summer 2015.

Georges

This is one of the gems of the Beaumarly group, crowning one of the most original architectural creations in the world that is also one of the most well-known museums. "Le Georges", as the regulars call it, is much more than just a restaurant - it is an experience. It's also a certain way of crossing art and design, orchestrated by the team of Jakob + MacFarlane. A few roses and a unique view, to discover Paris from above.

Le Marly

Café Marly is one of the most beautiful Parisian secrets, and one of the best-kept. It is not a place that necessarily calls out to the public, but once you know it, you become quite attached. Café Marly is part of the Beaumarly group's DNA, a unique, iconic space, strongly linked to culture and luxury goods. Under the arches you'll find the best spot to view the glass pyramid created by Ieoh Ming Pei. The perfect mix of a Parisian brasserie and a literary café, you can easily get caught up in its ambiance and lose track of time.

Brasserie Thoumieux

Another jewel of the Beaumarly group is the Thoumieux project,an adventure led by Thierry Costes. The brasserie Thoumieux is the rebirth of a legendary place. It has grown, and today it is a fusion of brasserie and gastronomical restaurant, as well as a hotel and a space dedicated to the chef’s famous pastries! With a logo designed by M/M (Paris) and rooms designed by the creative genius ofIndia Mahdavi, Thoumieux is now a must for the true Parisian luxury experience. Sylvestre Wahid, two-star Chef of the Oustaude Baumaniere in Baux-de-Provence and Strato in Courchevel becomes Head Chef of Thoumieux from summer 2015.

Café Français

Café Français is the new addition to the Beaumarly group that was opened in 2013. It breaks the mold on all the preconceived notions and clichés about the Place de la Bastille. Café Français offers a palette of all of Beaumarly’s talent, spacious rooms, but also a bar and a beautiful terrace so that you can serenely take in the Génie de la Bastille. There you will also find all of India Mahdavi’s talent, her mixture of colors and materials, using the colors of the French flag, while the artistic duo from M/M (Paris) has designed a logo that plays on absolute abstraction.

Matignon

Matignon is a place that is both inspired and inspiring, with its restaurant designed by Jacques Garcia, and its club by Charles Tassin.

La Belle Armée

Nouveau fleuron du groupe Beaumarly, La Belle Armée sera en lieu et place de La Grande Armée. Pour imaginer ce nouveau lieu, Gilbert et Thierry Costes ont fédéré une équipe aux multiples talents.

L’ambiance et la décoration du lieu ont été repensées par l’architecte d’intérieur Charles Tassin. Près de la place de l’Etoile, ce grand fan des seventies qui se plaît à mélanger les genres, a créé pour La Belle Armée un bar et un restaurant en combinant les styles dans une forme de classicisme décalé.
Epaisses moquettes imprimées, velours chaleureux, éclairage feutré, matières sophistiquées et teintes chaudes, le décorateur joue la carte du glamour soft. Charles Tassin donne une nouvelle impulsion, un brin provocante, à la Belle Armée et créée un univers singulier, où le confort et l’excentricité décorative s’articulent parfaitement.

Côté cuisine, Sylvestre Wahid, Chef doublement étoilé au Guide Michelin de L’Hôtel Thoumieux, et Thierry Burlot, Chef exécutif du Groupe Beaumarly, ont imaginé une carte qui revisite les grands classiques « Beaumarly » mêlés à une nouvelle impulsion culinaire autour de nouvelles techniques de cuisson et de plats plus axés sur le végétal.

Grande nouveauté, La Belle Armée inaugurera un Bar à cocktails, qui en fera le lieu de rendez-vous idéal des débuts de soirée en plein coeur du triangle d’or. Le chef barman propose une carte de cocktails griffés « Belle Armée » nommés « BA » qui feront la part belle aux alcools premium et aux produits de qualité (à partir de 12€). Cette nouvelle expérience gustative et festive est à déguster sur un fond de musique funky décalée dans une atmosphère dès plus intimiste, face à la place de l’Etoile. La Belle Armée a été pensée pour être l’ultime nouveau rendez-vous parisien.

Germain

Since 2009, Beaumarly has brought a wave of change to Saint-Germain-des-Prés, reinventing the neighborhood with its appropriately named Germain. This space, designed by the great India Mahdavi, creatively uses the colors blue, yellow and green, and mixes genres and eras. Here you might cross Jean Dujardin's smiling face, as you pass a table of French cinema stars, who are particularly fond of the Germain restaurant. Xavier Vielhan's immense statue lends an avant-garde shine to the space, going through the ceiling to continue upstairs, where a billiard room awaits you...

Le Ruc

The great classic, according to Beaumarly, is named Café Ruc. A beautiful space covered in purple, the work of interior designer Jacques Garcia, who also designed the Hôtel Costes and Matignon. A Parisian restaurant where you can enjoy a relaxed moment with friends or family. “It is a theater lobby," Jacques Garcia points out, in reference to the Comédie Française that is just across the way. You often cross actors there, once the show has ended.

Etienne Marcel

A cutting-edge concept for the Beaumarly group, the Etienne Marcel restaurant measures change in decades, eras, centuries... A project born from the imagination of Thierry Costes that brought together artists such as Philippe Parreno and Pierre Huyghe, as well as famous graphic designers M/M (Paris), the space that opened in 2002 is like no other in Paris. Here we are in a retro-futuristic dining hall that could be a place where the hero of RIdley Scott's "Blade Runner" would hang out. Complete change of scene.

Café Beaubourg

The “Beau” of Beaumarly, this is it. The true flagship of the group, the Café Beaubourg is the symbol of the group and the vision of two pioneers of the eighties, Gilbert and Jean-Louis Costes. The space is inspired by the great Austrian cafés, breaking the mold and still making waves. It is the creation of Christian de Portzamparc, an architect who has since gained international renown, and won the prestigious Pritzker Architecture Prize. The Café Beaubourg is a Parisian institution.

Chez Julien

At Beaumarly, we haven't forgotten the Seine either. Chez Julien restaurant is just a short bit away from the river, brimming over with charm and chic, and just a step back into the past. It is surrounded by dressed stone, on a pedestrian street so typical of Parisian postcards, a style much appreciated by our American friends... We owe this décor to Gérard Cholot, that holds to a Belle Époque style with lilac-colored walls, antique mirrors and a beautiful ceiling dating from 1900. We can't forget the Purple Room found upstairs, upholstered in velvet, for hosting evenings with friends that carry on through the night.

Restaurant Castel

Castel, is not only a club but a place where we like to have dinner, to share a magic moment. Indeed, you can find the restaurant of the first floor, an inimitable style of the quality label Beaumarly, with the Chef Thierry Burlot, one of the stars and adviser of our restaurants. The chef Burlot breathes life into an attractive and international menu. In Castel, we dance, but we do not forget to sit down and to eat above all!

Hôtel Thoumieux

Another jewel of the Beaumarly group is the Thoumieux project,an adventure led by Thierry Costes. The brasserie Thoumieux is the rebirth of a legendary place. It has grown, and today it is a fusion of brasserie and gastronomical restaurant, as well as a hotel and a space dedicated to the chef’s famous pastries! With a logo designed by M/M (Paris) and rooms designed by the creative genius ofIndia Mahdavi, Thoumieux is now a must for the true Parisian luxury experience. Sylvestre Wahid, two-star Chef of the Oustaude Baumaniere in Baux-de-Provence and Strato in Courchevel becomes Head Chef of Thoumieux from summer 2015.

Hôtel amour

Art, fashion, and la Bohème: The Hôtel Amour brings together all that is the essence of today's Paris, in all its mixes and swirls, for those who want something other than a soulless luxury hotel, and who prefer that life be simple, far away from pretentiousness. Thierry Costes found the perfect partners for this adventure near Pigalle and Montmartre when he chose the talents of Emmanuel Delavenne and André Saraiva. Not your usual spot, definitely different, but also a restaurant that stands out from others, and that is summed up in one word: STYLE.

Grand hôtel amour

Le Grand Amour est un petit monde en soi, on y dort (bien), on y boit des cafés de barista, on y rencontre des hédonistes, des intellectuels et des touristes, des musiciens désargentés et des voyageurs fortunés, des amis de la maison et même les patrons. C'est un petit bout de patrimoine parisien qui vit, sommeille et s'éveille derrière la façade d'un immeuble pré-haussmannien, pas loin de la Gare de l'Est, ni des Grands Boulevards, entre les Alsaciens et les Indiens, dans son jus à la fois populaire et bourgeois.

Restaurant Grand Hôtel Amour

EN-Le Grand Amour est un petit monde en soi, on y dort (bien), on y boit des cafés de barista, on y rencontre des hédonistes, des intellectuels et des touristes, des musiciens désargentés et des voyageurs fortunés, des amis de la maison et même les patrons. C'est un petit bout de patrimoine parisien qui vit, sommeille et s'éveille derrière la façade d'un immeuble pré-haussmannien, pas loin de la Gare de l'Est, ni des Grands Boulevards, entre les Alsaciens et les Indiens, dans son jus à la fois populaire et bourgeois.

Restaurant Hôtel Amour

EN-L'art, la mode, et la Bohème : L'Hôtel Amour fusionne, mêle et entremêle ce qui fait l'essence du Paris d'aujourd'hui, pour celles et ceux qui veulent autre chose qu'un palace sans âme, et qui préfère la vie simple à la dictature du snobisme. Thierry Costes a trouvé en Emmanuel Delavenne et le touche à tout André Saraiva les parfaits partenaires pour cette aventure à proximité de Pigalle et de Montmartre. Un lieu atypique, différent, mais aussi un restaurant pas comme les autres dont le maître mot s'écrit en cinq lettres : STYLE.

Corso

The Corsos are a subtle combination of tradition and reinterpretation of the Parisian café as Italian café. All of the typical elements of an ordinary café have been reimagined by designer Robert Stadler in order to be more than just a simple bistro, and to build a real visual identity into the core of the concept. Our four Corsos are truly lively places, and can welcome you with continuous service 7 days a week in the 9th, 13th, 16th and 19th arrondissements of Paris. In this way they adhere to all of the traditional elements of style for Parisian cafés, while making their own statement both through their concept and their Italian menu.