- Something of an institution in Lyon, this café has been in existence since 1864: it houses luxurious historical glassware, lush interiors and a brasserie-style menu. You can choose from rice and veal, mussels (when in season), sauerkraut and even filet of wolf! You can eat late in the evening, but during the day people go mostly to drink tea. You can also choose to sit at the terrace during the summer and winter months. A distinguished and serious establishment, the, "Négos", as it's fondly called by locals, is frequented mostly by people who know the café. With philosophy evenings every month, it welcomes great thinkers, and it must be said, those who like to show off!
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