Blink and you may miss the almost hidden door to the Experimental Cocktail Club. This one-room bar makes for a fun and intimate evening no matter who you're with. Like the name suggests, this place is known for its exquisite cocktails and for the crafty bartenders who make them, so you know you can't just have one drink! With live DJs setting the mood and keeping the atmosphere lively, the Experimental Cocktail Club will become your new favorite hangout.
The 3rd Arrondissement features an easy going and unpretentious cocktail lounge that will sure please your senses. The cozy ambiance is great for small groups. Offering authentic Mexican cuisine, Candelaria's must-haves are mushroom tacos, queso fresco, cactus tostada, chicken tostada, and lots more. The creative cocktails here are unique. Call ahead or check out the website for detailed information.
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.
La Djoon is touted as the most 'soulful' club of Paris. One of the finest nightspots in the city, Djoon is spread across two floors, and is marked by large windows and brightly lit up interiors. International DJs relish playing at La Djoon. From Norman Jay, Ian Pooley, and Timmy Regisford, to Alix Alvarez, Jovonn and so on have performed at the venue amidst appreciation and applause from the crowds. Rock, pop, funk ad other genres of music also find expression at Djoon. It also houses a fine French restaurant and bar, that serves a delectable platter. La Djoon is an experience in itself.
Truly a Parisian gem, this world-class restaurant is located inside the Eiffel Tower. Dining at Le Jules Verne is an experience unto itself. Patrons are whisked up a private elevator to a breathtaking dining room replete with some of the most amazing views from inside the iconic Paris landmark. The cuisine rivals the views with contemporary French dishes that are sumptuous and paired perfectly with a wine list of only the finest French wines. Prix fixe menus and specialty options complete the experience and add to the wow factor of this beloved Paris establishment.
Questo è il miglior club di techno e house di Parigi. In un'ampia stanza che ha l'aspetto di un bunker sotterraneo dedicato alla musica techno, i dj danno mostra del loro talento aiutati da uno splendido sistema acustico. Laurent Garnier, Carl Cox, Jack de Marseille e i Daft Punk – hanno tutti avuto la possibilità di impressionare un attenta folla qui. Di mercoledì, c'è Megafolies, mentre il giovedì, venerdì e sabato sono più stile techno-house. Il fantastico Charles Schilling si occupa dei mixer l'ultimo venerdì di ogni mese.
While the food at this café is perfectly good, the real reason for coming is the atmosphere: the entire brasserie is decorated with rugby-themed items, complete with a neon rugby ball on the sign. Take some time to wander around the room and look at the different items that the restaurant has picked up: some are from several decades ago. The atmosphere here, as one might imagine, is incredible during rugby matches, but even when no one is playing, you can stop in to watch French sports television and have a brasserie meal like steak frites or roasted chicken and potatoes. -Emily Monaco
This Irish pub has large interiors and the decor is relatively new. The prices here will not drill a hole in your pocket as a large number of beers are available at average prices. Test your IQ skills every Sunday during quiz night. The latest in sports can be viewed on screen and there are also a few special events. Call in advance for what suits you and walk in for a night of true Irish revelry.
This large bistro is pleasantly relaxed and the service is serious and attentive, both qualities that have contributed to its popularity. The clientele consists largely of a young crowd, local families, and tourists passing by. The menu offers a number of traditional French dishes (particularly from the South-West). You get good value for the money.
L'Eclair is a unique addition to Paris' eclectic bar scene. It features an array of signature cocktails and fine wine to go with entrees and sharing platters. Their brunch spreads are famous among locals with a menu of classics like burgers, brownies and homemade cheesecake. The freshly baked bread and delicious croissants are a must try. An elegant decor and a welcoming ambiance complement your experience while the quick and friendly service is the cherry on the cake.
For Basque cuisine, you don't have to go all the way to Spain. Chez L'Ami Jean offers Basque cuisine in all its authenticity. Try the Bayonne Ham, Confit of Duck with small sautéed potatoes or Saumon de L'Adour (Adour salmon) with Béarnaise Sauce. Tourists and locals throng this place for its delicious fares.
Le Bosquet café and bar is ideal for several reasons. Located next to the Eiffel tower, the restaurant has an open air terrace and one can get a view of the Musée Rodin. The wine list includes some of the best Champagnes, Rosés and Rhone wines. For the main course, they serve a variety of sea-food cooked in traditional French flavors. This old café has been around for quite sometime and offers some of the best desserts in town. The ambiance will soothe your mood.