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Paris' Best Nightlife

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Paris' Best Nightlife
A night on the town in Paris can now lead you anywhere, from a Mexican speakeasy to a Brazilian model den to a Shanghai-style jazz club. But you can also spend your evening in a spectacular new French wine bar or semi-secret experimental cocktail lounge.
Good for: Groups, Individuals
Seasons: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
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Pershing Hall
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Pershing Hall

Pershing Hall is a great restaurant in Paris found in the East Quarter and offers a wonderful ambience during both the day and night. The pretty open air patio (complete with a glass roof for colder times) designed by Patrick Blanc is perfect for breakfasts and business lunches in the sunshine and transforms into a cool bar lounge area from 6pm, a haven for the hip and trendy of the... More

Pershing Hall is a great restaurant in Paris found in the East Quarter and offers a wonderful ambience during both the day and night. The pretty open air patio (complete with a glass roof for colder times) designed by Patrick Blanc is perfect for breakfasts and business lunches in the sunshine and transforms into a cool bar lounge area from 6pm, a haven for the hip and trendy of the city. The kitchen serves up a seasonal menu which is continually changing and combines traditional French recipes with those from around the world. The wine list is well chosen and features a wide choice from many major wine producing regions of France as well as some rather rare vintages too. Pershing Hall's ambience depends on the time of day: breakfast time is a peaceful time of day whereas lunchtimes become more buzzy and evenings offer a more fun ambience. Sundays play host to a superb buffet brunch between 11.30am and 4.30pm. Enjoy the sounds of the DJ in the lounge bar during the evenings where a large choice of fine champagnes are on offer alongside a great cocktail list and snack menu. Less

Cost: 19 $ - 45 $
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Experimental Cocktail Club
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Experimental Cocktail Club
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L'Absinthe
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L'Absinthe

Comme son Directeur, Philippe Morel, aime tant l’expliquer, l’Absinthe est un bistrot de cuisiniers, résolument moderne, dans lequel la carte des mets est réfléchie, testée et finalisée par le Chef Damien Laporte et sa brigade. De la découpe des légumes à l’assaisonnement des sauces en passant par la levée des filets des poissons, les plats y sont chaque jour élaborés de A à Z, dans un... More

Comme son Directeur, Philippe Morel, aime tant l’expliquer, l’Absinthe est un bistrot de cuisiniers, résolument moderne, dans lequel la carte des mets est réfléchie, testée et finalisée par le Chef Damien Laporte et sa brigade. De la découpe des légumes à l’assaisonnement des sauces en passant par la levée des filets des poissons, les plats y sont chaque jour élaborés de A à Z, dans un esprit de créativité toujours renouvelée, au rythme des saisons et au gré des voyages des uns et des autres. Côté Déco, l’Absinthe oscille entre le loft new-yorkais et le bistrot typiquement parisien. Elle mêle des matériaux bruts tels que le métal vieilli, le béton, le bois et les briques à des objets du siècle dernier chinés dans des brocantes. Dès les beaux jours, les clients peuvent également profiter des rayons de soleil sur la terrasse de la place piétonne du Marché Saint Honoré. Less

Cost: 25 $ - 60 $
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Restaurant Miroir
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Restaurant Miroir
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Le Restaurant
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Le Restaurant

This is alongside Gilbert Isaac La Fermette Marboeuf that Julien Montbabut learn the basics of traditional French cuisine after its formation in Hotel School Grégoire Ferrandi in Paris. He continued his career in fine dining restaurants as the Pavillon Ledoyen and Jamin with Benoit Guichard, then joined the chef Philippe Bélissent to Hotel, rue des Beaux Arts. After two and a half years... More

This is alongside Gilbert Isaac La Fermette Marboeuf that Julien Montbabut learn the basics of traditional French cuisine after its formation in Hotel School Grégoire Ferrandi in Paris. He continued his career in fine dining restaurants as the Pavillon Ledoyen and Jamin with Benoit Guichard, then joined the chef Philippe Bélissent to Hotel, rue des Beaux Arts. After two and a half years as a deputy head Chef, in which the restaurant gets a Michelin star, he decided to try his luck at the Pavillon de la Grande Cascade, also distinguished by a Michelin star, where he was quickly promoted to Assistant Chief.At the age of 29, it is through the front door that Julien Montbabut made his return to Restaurant Hotel as a chef. He wants to offer classic French cuisine based on products and following the seasons. He highlights juices, sauces and seasonings.It brings a modern twist and a touch of lightness through its new and short seasonal menu, where you can find for example green asparagus,with caviar Alverta Imperial, Brittany Crab,with lemon & ginger, Duck foie gras with green apple. Under a canopy, the room looks like a private lounge, with its velvet armchairs, lampshades his accordion, mirrors and columns Empire style. The atmosphere is intimate, cozy and romantic. The restaurant opens onto a patio where you can have lunch or dinner on sunny days. It is decorated with a lovely fountain made to plans by Claude-Nicolas Ledoux.In addition to the à la carte menu, a day menu is available for lunch, and costs 45 € (starter, main course and dessert) or 55 € (starter, main course and dessert). For customers in a hurry, this menu can be served in an hour."I can resist everything except temptation"Oscar WildeC’est aux côtés de Gilbert Isaac à La Fermette Marboeuf que Julien Montbabut apprend les bases de la cuisine française traditionnelle après sa formation à l’école Hôtelière Grégoire Ferrandi à Paris. Il poursuit sa carrière dans de belles maisons comme au Pavillon Ledoyen et au Jamin avec Benoit Guichard, puis rejoint le chef Philippe Bélissent à l’Hôtel, rue des Beaux Arts. Après deux ans et demi à ses côtés, au cours desquels Le Restaurant obtient une étoile Michelin, il décide de tenter l’aventure au Pavillon de la Grande Cascade, également distingué d’une étoile Michelin, où il est rapidement promu chef adjoint. A 28 ans à peine, c’est par la grande porte que Julien Montbabut fait son retour au Restaurant de L’Hôtel en tant que chef. Il retrouve avec beaucoup de plaisir cette adresse culte de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, et aspire à opérer le changement dans la continuité. Il souhaite proposer une cuisine classique française axée sur les produits et les saisons, et mettre en avant les jus, les sauces et les assaisonnements. Il apporte un twist de modernité et un zeste de légèreté à travers sa nouvelle et courte carte de saison, où l’on trouve par exemple des Cuisses de Grenouille, bouillon d’ail rose, légèrement dorées, fregola sarda cuisinée au vert, des Ris de Veau, jus aux herbes, morille jumbo, vieux comté ou une Entrecôte d’Argentine, jus corsé au thym, cuite au sautoir, pomme de terre fumée.Sous une verrière, la salle a des allures de salon privé, avec ses fauteuils en velours, ses abat-jours en accordéon, ses miroirs et ses colonnes de style Empire. L’atmosphère y est intime, cosy et romantique. Le restaurant s'ouvre sur un patio où l’on peut déjeuner ou dîner aux beaux jours. Il est agrémenté d'une ravissante fontaine réalisée selon les plans de Claude-Nicolas Ledoux.Outre le menu à la carte, un menu du marché est proposé au déjeuner, au tarif de 45 € (entrée-plat ou plat-dessert) ou 55 € (entrée-plat-dessert). Pour les clients pressés, ce menu peut-être servi en une heure.« Je peux résister à tout, sauf à la tentation »Oscar Wilde Less

Cost: 115 $ - 154 $
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O Chateau - Wine Tasting
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O Chateau - Wine Tasting

The #1 destination in Paris for the wine lover. Award-winning wine bar, daily wine tasting classes, great Day trips to the Champagne region, Champagen Cruises on the Seine River... If you like to wine and you're in Paris, O Chateau is a must-do!

Fee: Yes      Duration of visit: 2-3 hours
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Vin Chai Moi
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Vin Chai Moi
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Nomad's
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Nomad's

Straddling a traditional Parisian street is the stunningly modern Marche Saint-Honore, a triumph of architecture overlooking Nomad���s, a triumph of a restaurant. This subtle place of style and relaxation combines alluring decorative touches with a delicate surroundings which will never date. Touches of colour, from teal to red are accompanied by pattern and form, leathers and zebra... More

Straddling a traditional Parisian street is the stunningly modern Marche Saint-Honore, a triumph of architecture overlooking Nomad���s, a triumph of a restaurant. This subtle place of style and relaxation combines alluring decorative touches with a delicate surroundings which will never date. Touches of colour, from teal to red are accompanied by pattern and form, leathers and zebra print sit comfortably with rough hewn wood and cow skin ��� yet somehow in such a collaboration of colour, pattern and texture you are totally, utterly calm. The inventive kitchen uses pure tradition fused with completely new ideas to make a cuisine which will delight every tastebud and please every person. Less

Cost: 30 $ - 62 $
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ChaCha Club
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ChaCha Club

Cushed and cosy ambiance with softened lights, « le chacha » is a restaurant bar club made in an apartment with a very beautiful design: many rooms, lounges and alcoves to be together or to be intimate. Influence from the 30s, we find of this and that: chiné pieces from all around France, works from contemporary artists and many others curiosities...Here, no big open space but more a... More

Cushed and cosy ambiance with softened lights, « le chacha » is a restaurant bar club made in an apartment with a very beautiful design: many rooms, lounges and alcoves to be together or to be intimate. Influence from the 30s, we find of this and that: chiné pieces from all around France, works from contemporary artists and many others curiosities...Here, no big open space but more a nice place with many corners which create an intimate atmosphere. Less

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Mariage Freres
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Mariage Freres

Open daily from 10:30 à 19:30, the tea counters, surounded by the "walls of tea " made of more than 600 "tea merchant " large and high layered tins, enclose rare and fine treasures.In addition to the greatest flushes arriving from 30 tea producer countries, you can find there, Mariage Frères' famous blends. The choice, probably the largest in the world, still grows richer with new... More

Open daily from 10:30 à 19:30, the tea counters, surounded by the "walls of tea " made of more than 600 "tea merchant " large and high layered tins, enclose rare and fine treasures.In addition to the greatest flushes arriving from 30 tea producer countries, you can find there, Mariage Frères' famous blends. The choice, probably the largest in the world, still grows richer with new discoveries for the tea connoisseurs, exemplifying the strength of a French Art of Tea that Mariage Frères represents and succesfully exports in the whole world.Ancient furniture and massive oak counters display many collections of teapots of all styles, shapes and origins, all the paraphernalia, from the tea-services to the tea caddy-spoons, filters, tins, tea gift sets, incenses, tea scented candles. Not forgetting, of course, the gourmand delights created by Mariage Frères: tea-jellies, tea-sablés (shortbreads), Chocolats des Mandarins® which recipes were already in our tea house last century. Less

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