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Sundays in Nancy

by KVartan Online Now Mar 7, 2008 at 3:15 PM

Please tell me if 1) any very good restaurants are open for lunch/noontime on Sunday 2) if yes, would you please recommend one or two 3) PLEASE, what are the times for mass at the Cathedral? I have searched for hours; I would like to hear the organ, but can't find when services are held. Thank you very much!! kv

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    Re: Sundays in Nancy

    by qaminari Online Now Mar 7, 2008 at 5:02 PM

    3) 11:15 and 18:45, see http://messesinfo.cef.fr/ - you can just fill in Nancy in the "commune" box, but postcode is 54000. Then see Cathédrale Notre Dame.

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    Re: Sundays in Nancy

    by ATLC Online Now Mar 7, 2008 at 9:39 PM

    When it comes to restaurants in France, the best recommendations come from Michelin.
    Unfortunately the only 1 star Michelin restaurant in Nancy is closed on Sundays. That's Le Grenier Sel.

    Another well-recommended one is Le Capucin Gourman.
    31 rue Gambetta F - 54000 NANCY
    Telephone: 03 83 35 26 98
    Fax: 03 83 35 99 29
    E-mail: info@lecapucingourmand.fr
    Website: http://www.lecapu.com

    Closed Sunday except lunch from September to June, Saturday lunch and Monday
    Meal prices: 32€ (weekdays)/68€ - menu: 69€/95€

    Comments:
    A new decor for this local institution: beige tones (wood panelling, Louis XV-style tablecloths and chairs), attractive parquet flooring and carved mouldings. Up-to-date cuisine.

    More restaurants at www.viamichelin.com. Put in 54000 NANCY and hit the Michelin Restaurant Guide button. You'll get a list and a map.

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