Paris brewery located in the district of Montparnasse, in the 14th arrondissement, the Coupole was in the interwar period a high place of the capital. Opened in the late 1920s, it quickly became a great success. A year later, she proposes a dance hall in the basement where many artists perform.
At the time, it is not uncommon to meet personalities such as Cocteau, Josephine Baker, Zadkine or Louis Aragon. Later, it is Ernest Hemingway, Pablo Picasso, Edith Piaf, Ava Gardner, Yves Klein or Jacques Prévert who will take board there.
The pillars of the Cupola were painted by twenty-seven artists including Alexandre Auffray and David Seifert. Some of them have been renovated by more contemporary artists due to damage.
The ground floor room is now listed as a Historic Monument and remains popular for its map.