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Equal parts tapas restaurant and wine bar, Autour d’un Verre is a fine spot to grab some early evening drinks in the bustling Croix-Rousse neighborhood. The space is intimate and cozy, with an adjacent vaulted stone cellar that can easily accommodate large groups. While you feast on their selection of tapas and delicious gourmet sandwiches, an automatic wine-dispenser treats you to several wine options. A few tables are also arranged on the sidewalk for the summer.
This cool and cozy bar with a convivial vibe attracts a youthful crowd from in and around the Croix-Rousse neighborhood. Le Terrier du Lapin Blanc is known as much for its lively night scenes as it is for its range of libations and delicious tapas. The atmosphere is perfect for a small group of friends who want to have a few drinks and nosh before heading out to party, or for a couple of tourists unwinding after a day of sightseeing. Whatever you do, don't miss the tapas selection here.
This warm and friendly restaurant near Saint-Georges is known for its Spanish tapas specialties, which it serves with excellent flair. The menu changes with the turn of every season, meaning more variety and seasonal produce in the dishes. La Paloma del sol includes a list of exquisite organic wines of Spanish origin that perfectly complements their tapas menu. A handful of wines from the South of France are also included. Besides the creative tapas fare, the restaurant also serves some splendid charcuterie boards with cheese and carefully selected meats.
Located in a beautiful setting with dimly lit interiors, a sleek black-and-gold decor and intimate seating, Le Phosphore takes your breath away from the word go. The tapas bar serves a fine range of succulent meats, and set menus that offer small plates, a dessert and a wine are also available. The wine list is impressive, and the desserts must be tasted to be believed. A stunning terrace that overlooks mesmerizing views of the city. completes the setting.
Time spent at La Cour des Grands is always eventful, no matter the day or time you choose to walk in. The first thing you would notice when you enter this place is its uncanny, yet exquisite and eye-catching decor, which includes dungeon-style brick walls, mood-lighting and elegant furniture. An amalgamation of a restaurant, a lounge and a nightclub, there's more than one way to keep yourself entertained here. Feast on a delectable meal, sip on a fine drink and dance to the music played by the resident DJs. The selection of tapas and cocktails simply can't be missed when you visit La Cour des Grands.
This sunny eatery in La Guillotiere is where the neighborhood heads to for aperitifs, Corsican charcuterie, tantalizing tapas and everything in between. A breezy sun-drenched terrace occupies the front of Comptoir 113, and is a fine place to sit back and relax with some early evening drinks and snacks. Comptoir 113 features an endless wine list, including wines from local regions, South Provence, Alsace and a few others. The staff is friendly and the service is impeccable.