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Paris Restaurant Operated Seating Policy: Only Beautiful People By The Windows

by | 28th, November 2013

FANCY a table at Gilbert and Thierry Costes’ Le Georges eatery in the Pompidou Centre, Pairs? Well, if you , try not to be unattractive. Le Canard Enchaine alleges that a seating policy based on looks exists.

A former hostess of the Costes group restaurant, located at the National Museum of Modern Art,  says Gilbert Costes operated a seating policy: “beautiful diners at the front of the restaurant and ugly at the back”.

The only ugly people allowed to sit in the windows were celebrities.

You know who you are.

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