Monsieur le Zinc: the self-service beer and wine bar in Paris

Published by Caroline J. · Published on 22 September 2015 at 15h02 · Updated on 22 September 2015 at 15h08
If you dream of filling up your glass with an ancient gas pump, then discover Monsieur le Zinc concept quickly, a bar set in Paris 6th arrondissement.

If you’ve been seduced by the concept of the “Au Fût et à Mesure” bar, you’re likely to love the one provided by Monsieur le Zinc.

Set in the Odéon area, this place looks like a gas station from the 50’s and actually invites patrons to get their beer and wine (all selected by Petit Ballon) via former gas pumps, starting from €3 per drink!

How does it work? Patron loads the sum of their choice on a named magnetic card with the barman.

Then, they take their glass to fill it up and enjoy the various beverages thanks to the taps hidden in former gas pumps. The total is counted by the centiliter.

On the menu? A dozen wines and a nice selection of light ales, brown ales, red beers, white beers…

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The goal for Monsieur le Zinc three founders Xavier, Charles and Grégoire? “Creating more exchanges between people and make them discover products they wouldn’t have tasted in a more traditional bar”.

And to pair these drinks, Monsieur Le Zinc also offers French-Spanish boards.

Practical information:
Monsieur le Zinc
13 rue Monsieur le Prince – 75006 Paris
Open from Tuesday to Saturday from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.
Official Facebook Page

Alcohol abuse is bad for your health, please drink responsibly.

Practical information


13 Rue Monsieur le Prince
75006 Paris 6

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