Between the lake and the old town near the arcades of the 17th district on the Helvétique Boulevard, the Patio, is a must on the left bank,the Patio is a must on the left bank, and seeing as you can’t take the lion’s share, enjoy beef and lobster instead.
The etymology of Patio comes from the Latin “patere” which means “to be open” in every sense of the word. In this respect, nothing has changed in our philosophy from Michel Prato's years to today. It is always a mission and a pleasure for our dream team to welcome our aficionados and to give this place an unusual, exciting and welcoming character.
Hideout for the Cuban artist, Carlos Boix, who signed his works housed at the restaurant, there is no doubt that the Patio would have charmed the amateur bullfighter and fisherman, Ernest Hemingway.