Top place for the young and hip crowd went with my daughter and the cocktails are great with so much choice - highly recommend.
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This place is really cool. Shabby, edgy, real Paris feeling to it. Small and cosy, drinks menu is just pages and pages of cocktails. Any cocktail you've ever heard of they can make. There were hundreds, didn't even know where to start. Friendly, chatty atmosphere,...More
This place is an institution since many years. I went here when i studied in Paris some 10 years ago and revisit whenever I am in town. And it is not for the nostalgic value! Great cocktails by a barman who knows his craft, a...More
The place is pretty small but has great atmosphere with dim lights and decorations all over the walls. Friendly service and affordable prices for a very long list of cocktails, the usual classics + lots of original creations.
This place is for you. A cocktail menu like no other I have seen (and I have seen a few !!!). A very welcoming bar with an owner that clearly has a passion for his customers and his drinks. A wonderful ambience just off the...More
Very cool trendy place, with a young crowd - until we walked in! Good atmosphere and friendly service, we were there fairly early so no idea how lively it gets later on. Massive cocktail list and what we had was delicious. Can’t fail to put...More
Happened to find this place around the corner from where we were staying in Paris (5th Arr.) and I'm so glad we did. An almost endless list of outstanding cocktails, a soundtrack of dub, reggae, soul and doo-wop, a cool yet unpretenious crowd, a huge...More
We hunted this bar down and got there during happy hours last Saturday. We ordered quite a few cocktails but we did not enjoy the taste very much. They tasted medicinal. I like my cocktails to have a bit of spark. We tried Rio Grande,...More
Over my 10 month stay in Paris, this bar became a firm favourite. 7€ cocktails during happy hour (until 23h during the week, 22h on fridays and saturdays) are cheap for Paris and the menu is vast (although entirely in French so good luck to...More