Aix: Les Deux Garçons

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Les Deux Garçons**  is deservedly the most famous brasserie in Aix-en-Provence and remains a social landmark.  Two of the waiters purchased the restaurant from the original owners and named it the Les Deux Garçons — or the Two Waiters.

Locally it is known as Les 2G. It has attracted local artists and writers for years, including Paul Cézanne and Emile Zola who met there regularly, and later Albert Camus and his friends.

**Please Note: A serious fire took place at Les 2Gs in November 2020 and it is not expected to re-open until 2022 at the earliest.

Categories: Eat: Cafes, Coffee |
Tags: Must-see |

At A Glance

53 Cours Mirabeau
Aix en Provence
33 (0)4 42 26 00 51
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