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Basserie La Lorraine Reims

LA LORRAINE, une des plus anciennes brasseries de Reims

Idéalement située en plein centre de la ville de Reims et à quelques minutes du vignoble champenois, la Brasserie La

Lorraine vous accueille dans un magnifique cadre belle époque et vous propose ses spécialités champenoises, alsaciennes et lorraines.

Appréciée et reconnue depuis 1928, la Brasserie La Lorraine est ouverte tous les jours de la semaine.

Laurence et Raphaël Ferrer sont à votre écoute pour l'organisation de vos réceptions ou séminaires.

Salon de 50 à 100 personnes pour réceptions, repas d’affaires, séminaires et groupes touristiques.

Spécialités champenoises alsaciennes et lorraines, 



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Uploaded: 06/11/2009
Updated: 24/09/2014


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