Prince de Galles ultimately reopens on September 7. And to celebrate its great reopening, the palace inaugurates a new place: its cocktail bar, 19.20.
An intimate bar with 40 seats welcoming esthetes from breakfast until late in the night in an Art Déco setting, in tribute to the speakeasies from the Roaring Twenties: sculptural chandelier, amber champagne and cognac-like hues, mahogany, bronze and jade, marble counter, soft chairs, palm trees, ferns, and mosaics.
Behind the counter, Italian bartender Roberto Catalano signs a 10-signature cocktail list and uses a unique gin created by Distillerie de Paris for Prince de Galles.
Another exciting feature of 19.20, the cognac bar, called La Cognathèque, exploring the greatest cognac territories – Grande and Petite Champagne, Fins bois, and Bons Bois and Borderies. Let’s sip 4 exclusive cocktail recipes to rediscover this beverage.
Running the kitchen, chef Gérald Poirier providing iconic dishes that have been marking the taste buds of French people for decades; from the 30’s with Parisian brasserie classics such as veal’s kidney Vol au Vent, to the 2020’s, without forgetting the 50’s and the meunière butter sole.
As for dessert, it is pastry chef Tristan Rousselot who is in charge with revisited versions of traditional desserts. To discover for a tea-time for two!
Dates and Opening Time
Starts 7 September 2020
Hôtel Prince de Galles
33 Avenue George V
75008 Paris 8
Métro Georges V