And the second point of interest is its decor. Some of the painters, who were not well-known at the time, paid for their meals with their paintings which now cover the pillars of the restaurant. They are originals, painted on canvas and were then wrapped around the top of the pillars. The light fixtures are also originals of its era, and the mosaic flooring as well. Because the restaurant is classified as a monument historique, the light fixtures and the mosaic flooring are not allowed by law to be replaced or destroyed. There is a large sculpture located at the center of the room, entitled: La Terre (1992), by Louis de Braie.

There was a dancing room, where young men were paid to dance with female patrons. There were three basement floors, which included petanque and la boule as some of the activities below.

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