Private practice: A private practice is a private room, made available to clients who want discretion and privacy in certain luxury restaurants. Very fashionable in Paris in the second half of the nineteenth century and at the very beginning of the twentieth, under the Second Empire and the Belle Époque, private cabinets (Café Anglais, de Prunier or Lapérouse) are more attached to the gallant history and the "lionesses" of the Belle Époque than that of gastronomy ....
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