Looking for a super bar in Paris? You quest ends here! All along 2018, left no stone unturned to make you discover the best spots. No doubt, these bars will surprise you with their original cocktails. So, ready to discover our selection of the best bars of the year in Paris?
Bisou is a bar full of softness with a rosy façade catching curious people’s eyes. We feel like at some friends’ place and what a surprise here! Where’s the menu? Well, there is none, as simple as that.
Street art lovers, hip hop enthusiasts and cocktails fans have their new headquarters! Its name? FAT, a bar nestled in Paris Marais neighborhood.
If you like hidden cocktail bars, here’s THE new address you want to discover as soon as possible! If you have the password, you will be allowed to discover Secret 8, nestled behind a secret door at Buddha-Bar Paris!
Le Bar Botaniste
Here’s an aptly named bar! Nestled within Shangri-La Hotel Paris, this spot makes taste buds happy with cocktails inspired by nature and designed by barman chef Clément Emery.
Rum lovers now have their new headquarters in Paris. The 1802, nestled within the Hotel Monte Cristo in the 5th arrondissement, offers no fewer than 500 rum references coming from all over the planet and a dozen cocktails that are both creations and revisits.
Think: a speakeasy close to an incredible cabinet of curiosities where you can sip mixologist remedies and create your very own beverages… This is what expects you at Liquorium Paris, the new hidden bar in Drink Doctor basement in Paris 1st arrondissement.
The Cod House
Like Izakaya bars Japanese style, The Cod House is a new place of life in Paris 6th arrondissement where it feels good to stop by to sip a wonderful cocktail and eat tapas-like dishes. Japanese-French dishes as good as original are yours. To taste asap!
Welcome to the temple of Mezcal in Paris. This speakeasy hiding behind Hotel 1K kitchen takes you to an exotic atmosphere. Here, we enjoy completely WTF cocktails based on Mezcal.
Le Charles is the brand-new cocktail bar of Hôtel Le Burgundy set in Paris 1st arrondissement. True twin of restaurant Le Baudelaire, this small cozy corner pays tribute to the poet and offers drinks travelling through time…
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