Six of Paris's pinkest (and most Instagrammable) eateries

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La Maison Rose welcomes foodies and smartphones alike with its pretty pink façade set in a picturesque neighborhood of Montmartre.

Restaurants are reopening in Paris. But what's the point of going to dinner if not to share your joy, your experience and -- most importantly -- the contents of your plate with your Instagram community? Here's a look at some of the French capital's rosiest eateries, where the decor, delicacies or facade will bring the perfect splash of pink to your feed... much to the delight of your 35 followers.

1. La Maison Rose

A firm favorite of the Montmartre photo trail, La Maison Rose welcomes foodies and smartphones alike with its pretty pink façade set in a picturesque neighborhood.

2 rue de l'Abreuvoir, 18th arrondissement.

2. L'Hôtel Grand Amour

Foodies can duck into the welcoming Hôtel Grand Amour in rue de la Fidélité (you couldn't make it up!) to dine in a cozy courtyard with pink tiles and walls. It's an oasis of calm and cool in the heart of the lively district around rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis.

18 rue de la Fidélité, 10th arrondissement.

3. Dalmata

Nestled a few meters from the imposing Musée des Arts et Métiers, this surprising little restaurant stands out both for its narrowness and its decor. With its bright neon lights and vibrant bar, it serves up pizzas cooked in a wood-fired oven, perfectly pudgy at the edges and melting in the middle.

8, rue Tiquetonne, 2nd arrondissement.

4. Giorgio

The Dalmata group's second location, Giorgio, goes all-out on decor with glitter, soft velvet and neon lights, all served with a disco playlist and mirrorball, per favore ! On the menu, foodies will find pizzas, pizzas and more pizzas.

21-23 rue de Charonne, 11th arrondissement.

5. Blanche

At 21 rue Blanche, in the trendy 9th arrondissement of Paris, you'll find the Blanche gym, where the upstairs restaurant is particularly tastefully decorated. At the bar, metallic palm trees bring a "Miami" vibe to this Belle Époque setting. Here, you can sip cocktails and juices while nibbling on Vietnamese-style fried spring rolls with king shrimp or melt-in-the-mouth burrata di bufala.

21 rue Blanche, 9th arrondissement.

6. Little Baobei

More original than a burger, why not tuck into a bao? And a pink bao, at that! Soft as a bread bun and filled with tasty treats, this little bao comes with two rosy cheeks. Sample them at two Parisian locations.

7 rue de Châteaudun, 9th arrondissement.
6 Place Sainte-Opportune, 1st arrondissement.

Mylène Bertaux

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