If you are traveling to Paris in November, Armistice Day is November 11 so be sure to check what is open/closed in advance.
Beaujolais Nouveau is November 15. The Festival takes place on the third Thursday of November every year. Make sure to check for here for bars in Paris that are participating by Arrondissement.
Create your own Buche de Noël at La Cuisine in a special class on December 20. Spots will fill up quickly so book in advance.
Café Constant is open and they will be serving a Christmas menu (close to the Eiffel Tower)
La Reserve has a Christmas menu (close to Champs Élysées)
Le Comptoir du Relais will be serving their regular menu (Close to St Germain de Près/Odeon)
Both Café Constant and Le Comptoir dur Relais are in my Where to Eat in Paris Guide and I enjoy them both.
Le Grand Arche – December 15-January 14. 10 euros per adult and 5 euros for kids. Bring gloves!
December 15 – February 19. Free with access to Eiffel Tower costs between 3 euros and 11 euros. Bring gloves. Visit the official Eiffel Tower website for more details.
Make a visit to Printemps and Bon Marché on the Left Bank to look at the Christmas windows and see the decorations. Galleries Lafayette has a huge display in the center of the store.
Christmas Markets at Notre Dame Cathedral
from 14 December 2018 to 23 December 2018
Square René Viviani – 2 rue du Fouarre, Paris
December 14 – 23rd
Hôtel de Ville
December 14 – January 6th.
St Germain de Près Christmas Market
In front of the Church
December 1 – January 1
Gare de L’Est
Traditional Alsace Market
Bretzels, Gingerbread, and decorations
December 5 – December 21
A Christmas Village under the canopy at Les Halles
December 1 – January 6th
If there is anything I missed or you have specific questions about celebrating the holidays in Paris, please comment below and I will add them to the post.