Nestled in the heart of the rue Ramey, in the upper 18th arrondissement, Les Petites Saisons is the cocktail bar that will accompany the seasons all year around. Let’s meet from Tuesday to Saturday from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. to enjoy cocktails from all over the world thanks to the menu changing regularly.
Les Petites Saisons have been created a year ago by Antoine and his partner. These two former business school students have decided to think on a grand scale. They had a child and opened a bar straight afterward, grand slam fashion.
The concept is rather original and enables them to renew the genre. Yes, the menu changes with the season, it means four menus a year and four reasons to come back to Les Petites Saisons. Each time of the year is the occasion to explore a world region with a sharp selection of cocktails and spirits.
We’re currently in the USA. Behind the bar, Antoine works with a nice copper shaker. We taste the first cocktail based on Tonka bean, the Kentucky Espresso Wood: a travel for taste buds, it’s creamy as can be! It’s one of the house’s bestsellers likely to satisfy even the most demanding taste buds. In spring, Les Petites Saisons will take us on a road trip around Europe before making us travel to Latin America this summer.
You can also find craft beers and organic wines including a nice white wine from Alsace that is rather tasty. As for food, you can get boards filled with cold cuts or cheeses, simple and effective.
Last but not least, Les Petites Saisons enjoy a main element, and perhaps the key element of any bar worthy of its name: darts! Nestled in the back room, also featuring a large table, this is the nice idea for a great night out with friends!
So, let’s go to Les Petites Saisons to enjoy cocktails with friends and let’s remember the address to privatize it in case there’s a party or a birthday to celebrate.
Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.
Les Petites Saisons
57 Rue Ramey
75018 Paris 18
Métro Jules Joffrin (ligne 12) ou Château Rouge (ligne 4)
Group booking (+5 people)