Speakeasy and other hidden bar fans, discover Mobster Bar now. Nestled between the Oberkampf and Filles du Calvaire metro stations, this new bar comes straight from the Lozano brothers’ mind. After opening the Mobster Diner and its burger-based concept, the two brothers – Javier and Francisco – do it again and give birth to… Mobster Bar. Logical continuation of their adventure, this bar makes you relieve the time of the Prohibition as if you were there, with Art Déco design, polished and jazzy music and delicious cocktails, of course!
But to taste these clever beverages, you first have to walk in a vintage phone booth and find the access to this unique and very pleasant journey. Once inside, let yourself be rocked by the intimate ambiance.
As for the menu, the Mobster Bar gives pride of place to revisited classic cocktails along with signature creations like the “Santa Rosa” (Angostura, Champagne, chica morada, Grand Marnier, sugar cube, red corn infusion) or the “1492” mocktail (Inca Kola, apple juice, grenadine, mint).
We love how diverse and balanced cocktails are. We fell in love with the “A rhum Supreme” cocktail. Behind this revisited “El Presidente”? Dark rum, white Lillet, strawberry syrup, Grand Marnier, vanilla syrup and orange zest for a long and perfect taste in mouth.
We also loved the tasty “Vallejo” (Pisco, Angostura, lime, brown sugar syrup, egg white and cinnamon) as well as the very refreshing “Dizzy Gillepsie” (gin, basil, yellow lemon, mint and honey syrup) inspired by the Prohibition’s main cocktail, the famous “Bee’s Knees”.
Note that the bar also serves wines and beers if you’re not into cocktails.
And to pair these different beverages, Mobster Bar also provides you with boards of cold cuts and cheese.
So, ready to travel back in time with the Mobster Bar?
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
8 Rue de Crussol
75011 Paris 11
Le mocktail: €10
Le cocktail: €12
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