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Enjoy a fun time watching live sports and guzzling gallons of beer at the O' Sullivan's Rebel Bar. This exhilarating venue is a typical Irish pub with a cheerful and easy-going ambience, youthful crowds and plenty of fun activities to make it a memorable time for guests. The food is filling and features some great burgers, salads and fries. Tired office-goers can relax and unwind here and a catch live gig or two. The weekends are the best time to be here though weekdays are less crowded. The venue also provides space and facilities for fun parties and get-togethers.
Prescription Cocktail Club has all the makings of a plush, swanky, and trendy speakeasy, but without the pretentiousness one may encounter at similar bars or clubs. The staff at Prescription are friendly and the bartenders sure know how to whip up a delectable cocktail. The décor alone is reason enough to come by and spend the evening. Prescriptions has two floors which are filled with elegant and plush colors, sofas and wing-backs, and unique light fixtures. Stop by and mingle with the fashionable and fun crowd; it's just what the doctor ordered. Â
Sherry Butt's innovative cocktails are crafted with homemade syrups and premium spirits. The decor of the bar shows a great attention to detail, featuring bare stone walls, velvet sofas, and dim lighting. Coming here, you might for a minute think you're stepping into an intimate, upscale Brooklyn bar. A selection of whiskeys and imported beers provides a great alternative to cocktails.
La Compagnie des Vins Surnaturels is the brainchild of the group responsible for several of Paris' unrivaled watering holes in 6th Arrondissement. Located in the hip locality off Marché Saint Germain, the wine bar makes a great addition to the city's thriving wine scene. The thoughtfully-selected vino collection spans across 300 varieties, which pair beautifully with charcuterie platters. The decor is sophisticated, with blue walls, intimate lights, a cozy fire place, chic accents and interesting upholstery. A contemporary version of a quintessential Parisian establishment, the space exudes a nightclub-esque appeal.
Earn yourself a key to the Little Red Door like fellow patrons from the Haut Marais district. Bartending is a sublime art at this New York-style bar that prides itself on premium cocktails. The evolving list includes inventive concoctions of Jamaican jerk bitters and whiskey, and champagne with celery. Enjoy a Corn Kiss, 1885 or Pear-Sing garnished in vintage glasses and complemented by delicious tapas. Exposed brick facades and the soft glow of candle lights all the way to the mezzanine level contribute to an intimate setting.
Established in 1997, Pop In goes beyond being a regular watering hole. It is also a launch pad for various upcoming musicians. Specializing in indie pop, this club features concerts during the week and live DJs on the weekend. Popular among Paris' international crowd, this is a sure place to hear cutting edge beats. Patrons praise its musical variety. Visit this bar to enjoy live performances while you sip your drink.
This lovely bar located in the Hôtel Meurice was redesigned by Philippe Starck in December 2007. The bar, achieving the perfect balance of cozy and chic, serves more than fifty whiskeys and malts, and over three-hundred drinks including seventeen original creations such as the cocktail Starcky or the 228. Bar 228 also serves a full menu of French specialties as well as small tapas-like plates to munch on.
In its heyday, Harry's was paid regular visits by none other than Hemingway himself. Cut to present times, and the bar is as smoky as ever sans Hemingway or his ghost. Sit back with one of the original Bloody Mary's recipe (which still tastes the same as when Harry's opened) and soak up the historic atmosphere of this historic bar that dates back over a 100 years. Other classic cocktails like French 75 and Side Car have also been said to originate here.
A hit with businessmen and a fashionable crowd, this kitschy, exotic restaurant isn't quite what you'd expect to find just a few minutes away from the Crillon luxury hotel and ultra-chic Place de la Concorde. Climb the massive staircase to this huge restaurant's smaller dining areas, watched over by an enormous Buddha. The imaginative Japanese-Californian menu features grilled duck and other meat dishes.
Situated in a historic structure, Le Carmen is the place where you would want to organize your next event. The neo-Baroque architecture of the 19th-century mansion is just awe-inspiring. Originally the home of the famous Parisian composer Georges Bizet, the cafe takes its name from this composer's most famous opera 'Carmen.' This venue has five rooms on two levels and they can be used for a range of private, cultural, and corporate events. In the past several years, the cafe has become a hub for Parisian hipsters and fashionistas alike; it's been known to host weekly indie, electronic and hip-hop concerts, DJs and fashion parties, as well as a weekly book swap and dance party.
Among the hierarchy of Parisian bars, this blue blooded lounge is where the rich and fashionable come after hours. Located in the Hôtel Plaza Athénée Paris, there is nothing ordinary about Bar du Plaza Athénée; nibbles include caviar and sushi and even your martinis, highballs and tropicals are more than just mixes. The bar itself is made of sculpted and sandblasted glass, illuminating drinks with a effervescent glow. The other lounge area deep-set with rich leather furnishing and artworks is a cozier venue, perfect for a night-out in Paris.
This establishment, known as Le Bar, is popular among both Parisians and guests of the world-renowned Four Seasons Hotel George V. There is a lovely view of the avenue George V, one of Paris' chicest streets. The bar serves coffees and teas, cocktails (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic), milkshakes, and a light menu featuring snacks, salads and sandwiches as well as a more heartier of duck, scallops and beef tartare. It is a perfect place to relax with a glass of your favorite beverage.