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Chickens in the Lyon market. (Cinda Chavich for The Globe and Mail/Cinda Chavich for The Globe and Mail)
Chickens in the Lyon market. (Cinda Chavich for The Globe and Mail/Cinda Chavich for The Globe and Mail)

Where to eat when in Lyons, France Add to ...

Lyon is only two hours from Paris by train, and is easy to get around. Get a Lyon City Card ($25 day) for unlimited access to public transit, free entrance into museums and a free ride with LyonCityTours guides.

WHERE TO DINE

Paul Bocuse l'Auberge du Pont de Collognes: 40 Rue de la Plage; www.bocuse.fr/accueil.aspx

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La Mère Brazier: 12, rue Royale; 04-78-28-15-49

Restaurant Pierre Orsi: 3 Place Kléber; 69006, 04-78-89-57-68; pierreorsi.com

Leon de Lyon: 1 Pléney Street - Street corner in Gypsum; 4 72 10 11 12; bistrotsdecuisiniers.com

Le Bistrot de Lyon: 64 Rue Mercière; 04- 78-38-47-47; bistrotsdecuisiniers.com

Café des Federations: 8, 9, 10 rue du Major Martin; 04-78-28-26-00; lesfedeslyon.com

Brasserie Georges: 30 Cours de Verdun Perrache; 04-72-56-54-54; brasserie-georges.com

HANDS ON

At the market: Halles de Lyon - Paul Bocuse: 102 cours Lafayette, 3rd

FRENCH COOKING CLASSES

Atelier de Cuisine Gastronomic, Jean-Marc Villard: 1 rue de Bellevue, Champagne au Mont d'Or; cuisinedechef.com;

Librairie Badiane: 1 place Bellecour, 04-72-41-18-00; incuisine.fr

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