3 rue des Tournelles
A most unusual and unexpected kind of bar where you can treat yourself
or someone special not only to the many top shelf vodkas and champagnes,
but also to a stunning selection of fresh-cut flowers and poted
plants! When you arrive, you are instantly surprised by the fragrance
of the orchids, lilies, and other exotic species and by the subtle
aromas of the infused vodkas and Grand Cru Champagnes.
31 rue Vieille du Temple
A literary bar named after a pulpy novel set in the neighborhood.
Here you can find a large selection of books: modern and classic
literature, poetry, psychoanalysis, society, culture (some in English)
and a great glass of wine. Sit on a high stool by the zinc bar and
have a glass, or make yourself comfortable in the back room and
have a look at the art work.
1, rue de Bretagne
This bar-tabac which is also a brasserie proposes philosophy and
political discussions on Thursday evenings along with diverse expos
once a month. The owner is nice and welcoming and encourages a good
8 Rue Saint-Paul
Found on a quiet cobblestone street in the Village of Saint Paul
in the Marais, the picturesque district near the Seine filled with
antique shops and teeming with children walking home from school,
the Rouge Gorge is warm and inviting. The wines of the month are
listed on a chalkboard. All bottles featured wines are on sale at
the cellar price.
Les Enfants Rouges
9, rue de Beauce
A completely traditional French bistro with a popular wine bar featuring
hundreds of bottles selected by Dany Bertin-Denis (the old owner
of Moulin à Vins in the 18eme) in the evenings.
5 rue Crillon
A vast wine bar with tons of choice
- sample top bottles.
3 Rue Geoffroy L’Angevin