THE RESTAURANT


Located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, the 58 Tour Eiffel invites you to enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience!

THE RESTAURANT


Located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, the 58 Tour Eiffel invites you to enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience!

THE RESTAURANT


Located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, the 58 Tour Eiffel invites you to enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience!

THE RESTAURANT


Located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, the 58 Tour Eiffel invites you to enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience!

THE RESTAURANT


Located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, the 58 Tour Eiffel invites you to enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience!

THE RESTAURANT


Located on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower, the 58 Tour Eiffel invites you to enjoy a unique and unforgettable experience!

 

AN EXTRAORDINARY VIEW


With its wall-to-wall glass, the restaurant offers a breathtaking view over the Trocadéro, Palais de Chaillot and the beauty of the Eiffel Tower's structure.

By day, natural light entering through the windows illuminate the restaurant.
At the end of the day, they offer a spectacular view of a magnificent sunset.
At nightfall, your eyes will be drawn to the beauty of the inside of the Eiffel Tower lit up at night. The tower's lighting effects showcase its metal structure and lattice work.

a unique concept


A distinguishing feature of the 58 Tour Eiffel is its double life.

Two different ambiances depending on the time of day:

A relaxed, family atmosphere for a stylish picnic at lunchtime.

Soft lighting and refined cuisine in a quietly elegant atmosphere at dinner.
 

Why the name 58 Tour Eiffel?


Why is the restaurant called '58 Tour Eiffel'?

Count 57 metres up from the ground,
add a metre,
for the height of the kitchen range
and there you have it…

history of the restaurants

FOUR WOODEN PAVILIONS

For the World's Fair, four wooden pavilions designed by French architect Stephen Sauvestre were installed on the first floor. On the Trocadéro side, there was the 'Flamand' serving traditional cuisine from the Alsace region, on the Champ de Mars side, a chic French establishment and between the North and East pillars, a Russian restaurant.

history of the restaurants

THE 1930s

As part of the International Exposition, the four pavilions were demolished and replaced by two restaurants in the 1930s style. Their construction was overseen by architect Auguste Granet, the husband of Gustave Eiffel's granddaughter.

history of the restaurants

LA BELLE FRANCE AND LE PARISIEN

Major renovation work was carried out on the first floor of the Eiffel Tower. The restaurants were replaced by "La Belle France" and "Le Parisien"

history of the restaurants

ALTITUDE 95

The restaurants "La Belle France" and "Le Parisien" merged into one single establishment called "Altitude 95". This brasserie owed its name to its location 95 metres above sea level. Designed by Slavik and Loup, the restaurant's décor was inspired by the airship.

history of the restaurants

58 TOUR EIFFEL

Following major renovation work, the restaurant became the "58 Tour Eiffel". Its décor is designed by Patrick Jouin and the menu by Alain Soulard.

history of the restaurants

A NEW GLASS SKYLIGHT

The first floor of the Eiffel Tower has been fully refurbished by architects Moatti-Rivière, accommodating new buildings with a magnificent skylight.
Added to this is a transparent floor and glass balustrades to offer a unique 'high-up' experience and breathtaking view.