You may be forgiven for thinking that you are back in Blighty here, as this really is a little piece of England in Paris. You're unlikely to hear much French spoken among the punters either. The ex-pats have everything they could wish for with food and service like the old Anglo-Saxon tradition, and an interior that could only belong to an English pub, decked out in wood and copper curiosities. More to the point, beer is actually distilled in the basement, to the delight of the many connoisseurs of fine ale who gather here. Don't miss Quiz Night on Sunday evenings. A trip to The Frog & Rosbif is really worth it, and you're in with a chance of winning a round of beers!
Home to the annual Harvest Festival, Clos Montmartre is a charming Montmarte vineyard dating back to 1933. Spread over an area of 1500 square meters (16145.9 square feet), this hilltop winery sells a variety of wines for a good cause. Proceeds benefit a number of charities throughout the city. Clos Montmarte is open to the public every day of the week and is an excellent destination to experience a vineyard in the heart of Paris.
A former chalk quarry, Les Crayères des Montquartiers has been transformed to become an event space and winery tasting room. Guided tours take you through the labyrinth of stone tunnels and archways where bottles of wine are stored. Dine at the onsite Basque eatery to round out your adventure to this unique Parisian gem.