A cocktail collection inspired by outcast writers… This is what offers Hôtel Le Burgundy bar, Le Charles, set in Paris 1st arrondissement and next to restaurant Le Baudelaire. A bar that pays tribute – like the restaurant – to the great French poet and author of Les Fleurs du Mal and offering a cocktail inspired by the dark romanticism of the 19th century, avaialble this Fall, and designed in partnership with spice specialist NOMIE Paris.
A signature cocktail list thought up and carried out by Barman Chef Jérémy Blanc offering an immersion in the very heart of European 19th century novelists' universes. Mary Shelley, Lewis Carrol, Rudyard Kipling, Jules Verne or even Edgar Allan Poe... As many famous names for cocktails just as iconic! Speaking of cocktails, fantastic literature fans might go for the "It's Alive", a cocktail inspired by the Frankeinstein universe based on Mount Gay Black Barrel rum, H Theoria "Electric Velvet" liqueur, a mix of grape-raspberry-lemon, a drop of hibiscus and a pinch of Chipotle spice. An electrifying cocktail for all fans of spicy drinks.
To travel to Wonderland, you shall drink the "Cup of Tea" cocktail up served in a teacup and based on Gin 44? Young Hyson tea, Macis, and Jamaican pepper. And if you like seabeds, the "Capitaine Nemo" cocktail based on Pyla, Grog Bleu, hibiscus, lemon, and Timut pepper is likely to trigger your curiosity. A cocktail obviously inspired by Jules Verne "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Seas". Three lovely cocktails available on the menu along just as surprising drinks!
In other words, Le Charles is the perfect place to find shelter from your daily life and travel through many literature universes with your family, friends or colleagues. Shall we go there, friends?
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
6 Rue Duphot
75001 Paris 1
Métro ligne 1 station "Concorde"
le cocktail signature: €20 - €24
ouvert tous les jours de 9h30 à 00h30, pour le Déjeuner de 12h30 à 14h00 et pour les Cocktails de 18h à 00h30. Attention, l'abus d'alcool est dangereux pour la santé, à consommer avec modération.