The capital city of Burgundy offers a reasonable mix of fine dining and solid bistro fare.
There are a number of good, to very good restaurants in the wine villages along the Route des Grands Crus
Beaune has a good mix of informal pavement eateries and more serious fine dining
The old quarter of Dijon where most of the city's fine dining is found
Gevrey Chambertin in April sunshine
Informal Sunday Bistro eating in the April sunshine
Gevrey Chambertin has 9 out of the region's 24 Grand Crus wines, and with Vosne Romanee, is one of the two most important red wine producing villages in Burgundy.