"on a paper napkin marked La Coupole"
La Coupole
Creative Commons AttributionLa Coupole - Credit: Tomoyoshi NOGUCHI

If this is the famous Parisian brasserie - and it does appear to be - then we have something of an anachronism, as it did not open until 1927.  Situated in our beloved Montparnasse, it was frequented over the years by such rogues and luminaries as Man Ray, Picasso, Jean Cocteau, Brassaï, Marc Chagall, Edith Piaf, Josephine Baker, Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre.  The place still thrives today, boasting a fine lamb curry, an elegant dance hall and an illustrious visitors book.  Well, well worth a visit, mes amis.

La Coupole Website