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Cafe Oz Châtelet is a popular late night destination for sports fans and beer lovers. This sprightly Aussie themed pub has huge screens to catch a game, regular DJ nights and occasional live acts. Enjoy the happy hours by taking a sip from beers transported from Down Under.
Designed to look like a true blue pub with high medieval looking gates, this Scottish place is warm and comfortable. The Auld Alliance Scottish Pub is a dedication of sorts to Scotland with a host of memorabilia and photos displayed for home sick Scots and the locals. While the drinks menu consists of beer and spirit, the most popular drinks at this bar are gin and tonic.
Right near Nôtre Dame cathedral, this Canadian pub offers all that expats from the Great White North could want, from Canadian beers to traditional Canadian food and other drinks, including their famous Bloody Caesar. The pub doesn't stop at food and drink for a Canadian ambiance: their website lists the sporting events that are shown throughout the month (including hockey, of course), and the other social events that they offer in order to bring Canadians living abroad together. The events are not open to Canadians only, of course, but if you stop by this pub, you are sure to make at least one or two Canadian friends: the ambiance is a lot of fun, and the bar staff and regulars are very friendly.
The Moose bar and grill has a Canadian theme to it and is located in the heart of the city. It's a fun place to be, but does get a bit cramped with the after work crowd. The staff is very friendly and is bilingual. This is also a great place to head to if you want to have a quiet evening. While you are there, don't forget to have the Mooseburger that goes best with your favorite beer. The good times roll here, in true Canadian style, just chill and relax.
The best place in Paris to watch rugby on the big screen. The Eden Park Pub is owned and operated by a group of ex-rugbymen from the Racing Club de France who, in their playing days, were collectively called Showbiz for their outlandish get-ups and wacky antics on and off the field. Today the bar is part of a growing empire that includes the Eden Park line of sportswear. The interiors of the bar are furnished entirely in wood giving it a very warm and cozy vibe, perfect for those game-nights with friends and lots of beer.
Evil be to him who evil drinks! Here is the pub's creed and that will take some doing! The venue stocks a wide range of home-brewed beers, which is an outstanding feat in Paris and the whole of France. Customers of all ages come and sit in here to watch the rugby and football (soccer) matches in a friendly ambiance. The staff also organizes regular theme nights. Happy hours begin from 5:30p to 8p daily.
Imagine watching a rugby match all alone with no one around to cheer your home team. Sounds boring, doesn't it? Drop in at Le Petit Baïona, a place where all rugby fanatics unite. Be it rugby or any other sporting event, the three big TV screens put up at the cafe attract hordes of guests. And there's a decent menu with Basque specialties and libations to keep your tummy satisfied while all the rooting and hooting. If you are not much into sports, then the outdoor patio is a perfect spot where you can enjoy a peaceful and tasty meal. You can savor the Gallega-style octopus or gorge on the Duck cutlet, and if you still have room left for more then try Gaxuxa rice. So, now you know where to go on a free evening in Paris.
Au Metro is one of the most sought after bars located in the 14th Arrondissement. This attractive and friendly brasserie offers an extensive menu; steaks being one of the favorite dishes of the patrons. The portions are huge and great value for money. The salads are decorated generously too. Spend time with your buddies, watch your favorite games, and enjoy the good beer brands. Check out the website for more details.