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Super formule le soir (39€) avec 5 plats dégustations ! Très bon rapport qualité prix ! Mais il faut ne pas être trop difficile car un menu unique chaque soir Résa fortement conseillée, deux service le soir 19h et 21h30 A great "gastronomique" restaurant (the guy is famous thanks a cook TV show), not to expansive 39 € for 5 plates (surprise) You need reservation
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Pierre Sang in Oberkampf
55 Rue Oberkampf
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Super formule le soir (39€) avec 5 plats dégustations ! Très bon rapport qualité prix ! Mais il faut ne pas être trop difficile car un menu unique chaque soir Résa fortement conseillée, deux service le soir 19h et 21h30 A great "gastronomique" restaurant (the guy is famous thanks a cook TV show), not to expansive 39 € for 5 plates (surprise) You need reservation
"Cantine" ambiance un peu "nature bio bobo" cuisine "saine" inspiration asiatique, bento, chirashi etc, un peu revisitée à la française
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Nanashi Paradis
31 Rue de Paradis
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"Cantine" ambiance un peu "nature bio bobo" cuisine "saine" inspiration asiatique, bento, chirashi etc, un peu revisitée à la française
Veritable institution historique de Paris ! Une brasserie parisienne typique, on peut faire la queue pour rentrer mais ça va vite. Service toute la journée ambiance à la bonne franquette grandes tablées, pas cher, cuisine française basique dans très beau cadre et une ambiance sympa et bruyante ! Veritable institution of historic Paris! A typical Parisian brasserie, the tail can be done to return but it goes fast. Service all day in a homely atmosphere large tables, cheap, basic French cuisine in a beautiful setting and friendly and noisy atmosphere!
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Le Bouillon Chartier
7 Rue du Faubourg Montmartre
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Veritable institution historique de Paris ! Une brasserie parisienne typique, on peut faire la queue pour rentrer mais ça va vite. Service toute la journée ambiance à la bonne franquette grandes tablées, pas cher, cuisine française basique dans très beau cadre et une ambiance sympa et bruyante ! Veritable institution of historic Paris! A typical Parisian brasserie, the tail can be done to return but it goes fast. Service all day in a homely atmosphere large tables, cheap, basic French cuisine in a beautiful setting and friendly and noisy atmosphere!
Dans le quartier Oberkampf une adresse sympa pour se poser en terrasse ou manger ! bar calme a good bar to eat in Oberkampf
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Les p'tites indécises
2 Rue des Trois Bornes
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Dans le quartier Oberkampf une adresse sympa pour se poser en terrasse ou manger ! bar calme a good bar to eat in Oberkampf
Quartier sud Anvers Restaurant thai très bon et pas très cher penser à réserver (on peut appeler pour arriver dans la demi heure souvent)
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Thai House Restaurant
42 Rue Rodier
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Quartier sud Anvers Restaurant thai très bon et pas très cher penser à réserver (on peut appeler pour arriver dans la demi heure souvent)
super adresse pour le brunch le dimanche, résa fortement conseillée très bon buffet à volonté à 30 € (hors boissons)
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Chez Casimir
6 Rue de Belzunce
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super adresse pour le brunch le dimanche, résa fortement conseillée très bon buffet à volonté à 30 € (hors boissons)
Dans le quartier pittoresque "La Butte aux cailles", une véritable insitution ! Ca a tellement bien marché que maintenant il y a plein d'autres adresses "Chez Gladines" dans Paris. Cuisine basque, ambiance à la bonne franquette salades et plats gargantuesques pour pas trop cher !
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Chez Gladines
30 Rue des cinq Diamants
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Dans le quartier pittoresque "La Butte aux cailles", une véritable insitution ! Ca a tellement bien marché que maintenant il y a plein d'autres adresses "Chez Gladines" dans Paris. Cuisine basque, ambiance à la bonne franquette salades et plats gargantuesques pour pas trop cher !
Une maison avec une belle déco très tendance, et à l'étage on peut prendre un verre au salon ou dans la salle de bains ! Une grande terrasse au bord de l'eau aux beaux jours On peut y manger
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Le Pavillon des Canaux
39 Quai de la Loire
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Une maison avec une belle déco très tendance, et à l'étage on peut prendre un verre au salon ou dans la salle de bains ! Une grande terrasse au bord de l'eau aux beaux jours On peut y manger
Bon italien Good italien restaurant In this aera, rue charlot, rue Perrée, etc, , you can find some good restaurants
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La Briciola
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Bon italien Good italien restaurant In this aera, rue charlot, rue Perrée, etc, , you can find some good restaurants
Vient d'ouvrir mais promet, car 2e adresse après la Cevicheria vers Etienne Marcel Miam ! Pour les amateurs de poisson To eat great Ceviche
La Cevicheria - Martel
12 Rue Martel
Vient d'ouvrir mais promet, car 2e adresse après la Cevicheria vers Etienne Marcel Miam ! Pour les amateurs de poisson To eat great Ceviche
Bar à vin. Les places sont "chères" car très connu dans le quartier réservation indispensable pour manger
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Le Verre Volé
67 Rue de Lancry
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Bar à vin. Les places sont "chères" car très connu dans le quartier réservation indispensable pour manger
Great little Market to eat (lunch, afternoon) : burger, fish en chips, french food, oriental.... A little market for "restaurant", to eat oustide or in small cover terrace
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Marché des Enfants Rouges
39 Rue de Bretagne
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Great little Market to eat (lunch, afternoon) : burger, fish en chips, french food, oriental.... A little market for "restaurant", to eat oustide or in small cover terrace
Rue Oberkampf you can find a lot of restaurants, bar, club...
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Chez Justine
96 Rue Oberkampf
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Rue Oberkampf you can find a lot of restaurants, bar, club...
To drink wine and eat delicatessen and cheese
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INARO République
38 Rue René Boulanger
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To drink wine and eat delicatessen and cheese
Drinks & Nightlife
Si vous êtes dans le quartier Pigalle, bar sympa et prix abordable, animé le soir on peut même y manger sur le pouce If you are in the Pigalle neighborhood, nice bar and not expansive, lovely at night you can even eat snacks
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La Fourmi
74 Rue des Martyrs
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Si vous êtes dans le quartier Pigalle, bar sympa et prix abordable, animé le soir on peut même y manger sur le pouce If you are in the Pigalle neighborhood, nice bar and not expansive, lovely at night you can even eat snacks
Un bar incontournable de Belleville Quand il fait beau, terrasse prise d'assaut car bien ensoleillée ! Les week-ends le soir, ambiance animée, et dansante !
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Café Chéri
44 Boulevard de la Villette
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Un bar incontournable de Belleville Quand il fait beau, terrasse prise d'assaut car bien ensoleillée ! Les week-ends le soir, ambiance animée, et dansante !
Bar à vin sympa quartier Ledru Rollin. Pas pour s'asseoir car on reste principalement debout autour de tonneaux. Bons vins, planches de charcuteries, fromages To drink wine and eat cheese and delicatessen
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Le Baron Rouge
1 Rue Théophile Roussel
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Bar à vin sympa quartier Ledru Rollin. Pas pour s'asseoir car on reste principalement debout autour de tonneaux. Bons vins, planches de charcuteries, fromages To drink wine and eat cheese and delicatessen
Bar au bord du canal Saint Martin Terrasse le soir se remplit bien, concerts et partie club (entrée gratuite) un incontournable de la nuit parisienne, ferme vers 3h Bar along the Saint Martin Canal with Terrace and rooftop (new!), concerts and night club party (free entry) a staple of the Parisian night, open until about 3am
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Point Éphémère
200 Quai de Valmy
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Bar au bord du canal Saint Martin Terrasse le soir se remplit bien, concerts et partie club (entrée gratuite) un incontournable de la nuit parisienne, ferme vers 3h Bar along the Saint Martin Canal with Terrace and rooftop (new!), concerts and night club party (free entry) a staple of the Parisian night, open until about 3am
Bar super sympa en plein parc des Buttes Chaumont terrasse au soleil et dansant le soir (ferme à 00h) victime de son succès si on y va pas dès le début de soirée on risque de faire la queue ! Time out says : Bucolic delights reign at Rosa Bonheur, a bar set in a former guinguette in the heart of the Buttes Chaumont park. Its name loosely translates as ‘pink happiness’ but refers in particular to 19th-century French painter and sculptor ‘Rosa Bonheur’, famous for her depictions of animals and her role in the early feminist movement (alongside George Sand and Sarah Bernhardt). The bar is managed by Michelle Cassaro, aka Mimi, who used to run lesbian club Pulp – and the bar is a popular hangout with the lesbian crowd, especially on Sunday evenings. But the Bonheur is nothing if not relaxed in every sense, and for Parisians of all persuasions its terrace is the place to see and be seen in the summer – an idyllic spot in the park for wine and tapas with just the birds, bees and bobos for company. Parc des Buttes Chaumont 2 avenue de la Cascade 19e Paris Opening hours: Wed-Sun 12pm-12am Transport: Métro Buttes Chaumont/Botzaris
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Rosa Bonheur
2 Avenue de la Cascade
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Bar super sympa en plein parc des Buttes Chaumont terrasse au soleil et dansant le soir (ferme à 00h) victime de son succès si on y va pas dès le début de soirée on risque de faire la queue ! Time out says : Bucolic delights reign at Rosa Bonheur, a bar set in a former guinguette in the heart of the Buttes Chaumont park. Its name loosely translates as ‘pink happiness’ but refers in particular to 19th-century French painter and sculptor ‘Rosa Bonheur’, famous for her depictions of animals and her role in the early feminist movement (alongside George Sand and Sarah Bernhardt). The bar is managed by Michelle Cassaro, aka Mimi, who used to run lesbian club Pulp – and the bar is a popular hangout with the lesbian crowd, especially on Sunday evenings. But the Bonheur is nothing if not relaxed in every sense, and for Parisians of all persuasions its terrace is the place to see and be seen in the summer – an idyllic spot in the park for wine and tapas with just the birds, bees and bobos for company. Parc des Buttes Chaumont 2 avenue de la Cascade 19e Paris Opening hours: Wed-Sun 12pm-12am Transport: Métro Buttes Chaumont/Botzaris
Café restaurant sur la Seine Prix très abordables on peut y manger de bonnes tartines, salades, wraps, soupes etc pour pas cher ! Café restaurant on the Seine very affordable price you can eat good, salads, wraps, soups etc for cheap!
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Péniche Antipode - Abricadabra
55 Quai de la Seine
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Café restaurant sur la Seine Prix très abordables on peut y manger de bonnes tartines, salades, wraps, soupes etc pour pas cher ! Café restaurant on the Seine very affordable price you can eat good, salads, wraps, soups etc for cheap!
Bar incontournable de la rue du Fb Saint Denis, comme en face le Mauri7 Mauri7 à l'ambiance plus populaire, plus festif A "must bar" in the street from Fb Saint Denis, as the face Mauri7 with a most popular atmosphere, more festive
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Chez Jeannette
47 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis
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Bar incontournable de la rue du Fb Saint Denis, comme en face le Mauri7 Mauri7 à l'ambiance plus populaire, plus festif A "must bar" in the street from Fb Saint Denis, as the face Mauri7 with a most popular atmosphere, more festive
Un beau bar Bel espace, très haut de plafond friperie à l'intérieur On y va pour la "beauté du lieu" en journée ou le soir Brunch africain le dimanche Eclectic, easy-going venues like this are more common in Barcelona than in Paris, but here in an old 600 square-metre barn is this offbeat, shabby chic bar, touched with colonial stylings in its black and white tiled floors, stylish chandeliers, red carpets and African souvenirs piled up in every corner. As you walk in, the size of the space blows you away – two enormous, shadowy rooms connected by a smoking area formed from a tropical garden in an enormous greenhouse that creates a well of light in the centre of the venue. In another corner sits a cabinet of curiosities, full of neat rows of skeletons, rare bird feathers and stuffed animals. Hipsters, boho-chic types and families are all tumbled in together here – a varied but very Parisian mix. We love the atmosphere of the place and its amazing setting, with its odd assortment of armchairs, affordable cocktails, blues and jazz soundtrack and menu of inexpensive Asian dishes. On the downside, a battle for seating rages in the evenings, and the queue outside that builds from 8pm can stretch waiting times into hours. To be sure of enjoying the venue – hidden behind a block of houses on the banks of the Canal Saint-Martin – come as early as possible. On weekends, a Franco-African brunch is on offer at €16, but try and reserve, as it’s often full.
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Le Comptoir Général
80 Quai de Jemmapes
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Un beau bar Bel espace, très haut de plafond friperie à l'intérieur On y va pour la "beauté du lieu" en journée ou le soir Brunch africain le dimanche Eclectic, easy-going venues like this are more common in Barcelona than in Paris, but here in an old 600 square-metre barn is this offbeat, shabby chic bar, touched with colonial stylings in its black and white tiled floors, stylish chandeliers, red carpets and African souvenirs piled up in every corner. As you walk in, the size of the space blows you away – two enormous, shadowy rooms connected by a smoking area formed from a tropical garden in an enormous greenhouse that creates a well of light in the centre of the venue. In another corner sits a cabinet of curiosities, full of neat rows of skeletons, rare bird feathers and stuffed animals. Hipsters, boho-chic types and families are all tumbled in together here – a varied but very Parisian mix. We love the atmosphere of the place and its amazing setting, with its odd assortment of armchairs, affordable cocktails, blues and jazz soundtrack and menu of inexpensive Asian dishes. On the downside, a battle for seating rages in the evenings, and the queue outside that builds from 8pm can stretch waiting times into hours. To be sure of enjoying the venue – hidden behind a block of houses on the banks of the Canal Saint-Martin – come as early as possible. On weekends, a Franco-African brunch is on offer at €16, but try and reserve, as it’s often full.
Bar très sympa près de l'hôpital Saint Louis devenu tristement célèbre... comme le Ptit Camboge en face qui est très bien pour manger very nice bar near the Saint Louis hospital became sadly famous :'( as Le Ptit Camboge opposite which is good to eat The aera of Hopital Saint Louis is nice to take a drink or to eat
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Le Carillon
18 Rue Alibert
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Bar très sympa près de l'hôpital Saint Louis devenu tristement célèbre... comme le Ptit Camboge en face qui est très bien pour manger very nice bar near the Saint Louis hospital became sadly famous :'( as Le Ptit Camboge opposite which is good to eat The aera of Hopital Saint Louis is nice to take a drink or to eat
Bar animé de Belleville, terrasse bondée à toute heure, en été comme en hiver ! Great bar with terrace, always with a lot of people in the day and in the night in Belleville aera
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Aux Folies
8 Rue de Belleville
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Bar animé de Belleville, terrasse bondée à toute heure, en été comme en hiver ! Great bar with terrace, always with a lot of people in the day and in the night in Belleville aera
Pour prendre un verre ou pour manger ! Bon rapport qualité prix dans le quartier Bastille, en plusieurs parties dans la rue, grand, lieu sympa
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Café de l'Industrie
16 Rue St Sabin
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Pour prendre un verre ou pour manger ! Bon rapport qualité prix dans le quartier Bastille, en plusieurs parties dans la rue, grand, lieu sympa
Petite place Sainte Marthe très sympa pour prendre un verre en terrasse loin des voitures ! Place Sainte Marthe very nice to have a glass terrace away from cars!
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Bar La Sardine
32 Rue Sainte-Marthe
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Petite place Sainte Marthe très sympa pour prendre un verre en terrasse loin des voitures ! Place Sainte Marthe very nice to have a glass terrace away from cars!
10 min environ à pieds de l'appartement. Le vrai + de ce bar c'est son jardin un peu caché avec des chaises longues ! Ferme à 00h Time out advice : Located in the 18th-century former convent of Les Récollets, Café A is unique, nestling as it does into one of the corners of this beautiful building of huge white stones. It’s an artistic landmark beloved by Parisian initiates – to reach it, you’ll need to navigate your way through an iron gate and across a cloistered courtyard. Open until 10pm in winter and until midnight in summer, the huge space is decorated with works by young Parisian artists, in a series of exhibitions that’s refreshed every so often over the course of the summer. But the real draw of this bar is its secret garden, protected from the street by a surrounding wall – a vast, poetic courtyard planted with old trees. An array of chaises longues are set out like an invitation to relax, peacefully reading a book during the day or with a glass in hand in the evening. On the menu are good quality (but not cheap) organic and biodynamic wines, as well as bruschetta, salads, charcuterie and cheese plates and a main dish of the day – order at the bar if you don’t want to die of hunger, as service is slow and quickly gets overloaded. Be aware that it closes at 10, so come in the day for the best of the garden, or before 7pm to be sure of finding a seat outside. The café also puts on a cool programme of entertainment: small concerts on weekends, but also cine-concerts, live sets from underground music station Radio Nova, artistic performances and DJ sets get the courtyard moving. The weekend programme can be found on their Facebook page. No reservations.
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Café A
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10 min environ à pieds de l'appartement. Le vrai + de ce bar c'est son jardin un peu caché avec des chaises longues ! Ferme à 00h Time out advice : Located in the 18th-century former convent of Les Récollets, Café A is unique, nestling as it does into one of the corners of this beautiful building of huge white stones. It’s an artistic landmark beloved by Parisian initiates – to reach it, you’ll need to navigate your way through an iron gate and across a cloistered courtyard. Open until 10pm in winter and until midnight in summer, the huge space is decorated with works by young Parisian artists, in a series of exhibitions that’s refreshed every so often over the course of the summer. But the real draw of this bar is its secret garden, protected from the street by a surrounding wall – a vast, poetic courtyard planted with old trees. An array of chaises longues are set out like an invitation to relax, peacefully reading a book during the day or with a glass in hand in the evening. On the menu are good quality (but not cheap) organic and biodynamic wines, as well as bruschetta, salads, charcuterie and cheese plates and a main dish of the day – order at the bar if you don’t want to die of hunger, as service is slow and quickly gets overloaded. Be aware that it closes at 10, so come in the day for the best of the garden, or before 7pm to be sure of finding a seat outside. The café also puts on a cool programme of entertainment: small concerts on weekends, but also cine-concerts, live sets from underground music station Radio Nova, artistic performances and DJ sets get the courtyard moving. The weekend programme can be found on their Facebook page. No reservations.
Club entrée payante après 00h, voir selon la programmation (20€ souvent) plusieurs espaces dont une terrasse Club, fee entrance after 00h, depending on the programming (20 € often) more spaces including a terrace Time out says : "The Bellevilloise is the latest incarnation of a building that once housed the capital's very first workers' co-operative. Now it competently multitasks as a bar, restaurant, club and exhibition space, hosting regular film and music festivals on the top level (where there's a fake lawn with deckchairs and a massage area). Enjoy brunch in the Halle aux Oliviers or decent views of the quartier from the charming terrace; downstairs the club-cum-concert venue has launched some of Paris's most exciting new bands, and on '80s nights you can hardly move for the thirtysomethings living it up like they were 20 again. Live jazz music at the Sunday brunch."
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La Bellevilloise
19-21 Rue Boyer
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Club entrée payante après 00h, voir selon la programmation (20€ souvent) plusieurs espaces dont une terrasse Club, fee entrance after 00h, depending on the programming (20 € often) more spaces including a terrace Time out says : "The Bellevilloise is the latest incarnation of a building that once housed the capital's very first workers' co-operative. Now it competently multitasks as a bar, restaurant, club and exhibition space, hosting regular film and music festivals on the top level (where there's a fake lawn with deckchairs and a massage area). Enjoy brunch in the Halle aux Oliviers or decent views of the quartier from the charming terrace; downstairs the club-cum-concert venue has launched some of Paris's most exciting new bands, and on '80s nights you can hardly move for the thirtysomethings living it up like they were 20 again. Live jazz music at the Sunday brunch."
A moins de 5 minutes à pieds de l'appartement, à cet endroit 2/3 bars avec terrasses à l'écart de la circulation Near the appart, you can find in this aera somme terraces
Le Passage
4 Passage du Marché
A moins de 5 minutes à pieds de l'appartement, à cet endroit 2/3 bars avec terrasses à l'écart de la circulation Near the appart, you can find in this aera somme terraces
Time out : An enormously popular new bar in Menilmontant, opened on a huge rooftop with a 360 degree view of the capital. Despite ‘speakeasy’ pretentions (the street entrance is unmarked), the place is becoming a victim of its own success, with queues out of the front door to be endured before you take the lift to the 7th floor. But once you do make it up there, you’ll find a vast space surrounding a handsome bar, comfortable sofas strewn with cushions, colourful plants and scented herbs planted in pots around the seats or hung from railings. Watching he sunset over the Sacré-Coeur, glass in hand, under garlands of coloured lights, really is something special. On the menu, you could try the cocktail of the day (€12), a slightly pricy draught beer (€5 a half) or an imported bottled beer from places as far flung as Mexico and the Czech Republic. For wine, it’s cheaper to share a bottle – careful, the bill adds up quickly. Tapas is also on offer. For your best chance of getting a seat, come very early (5.30pm) or quite late (10pm) – or to be certain of that view, reserve a table in the restaurant, on the penultimate floor of the building.
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Le Perchoir
14 Rue Crespin du Gast
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Time out : An enormously popular new bar in Menilmontant, opened on a huge rooftop with a 360 degree view of the capital. Despite ‘speakeasy’ pretentions (the street entrance is unmarked), the place is becoming a victim of its own success, with queues out of the front door to be endured before you take the lift to the 7th floor. But once you do make it up there, you’ll find a vast space surrounding a handsome bar, comfortable sofas strewn with cushions, colourful plants and scented herbs planted in pots around the seats or hung from railings. Watching he sunset over the Sacré-Coeur, glass in hand, under garlands of coloured lights, really is something special. On the menu, you could try the cocktail of the day (€12), a slightly pricy draught beer (€5 a half) or an imported bottled beer from places as far flung as Mexico and the Czech Republic. For wine, it’s cheaper to share a bottle – careful, the bill adds up quickly. Tapas is also on offer. For your best chance of getting a seat, come very early (5.30pm) or quite late (10pm) – or to be certain of that view, reserve a table in the restaurant, on the penultimate floor of the building.
In this aera you can find bars/Clubs on boath, and form May to September, the all have terraces with transat from afternoon to night, you can drink, eat, and in the night there are some clubs ! Batofar, Dame de Canton, Le Ptit Bain etc. Description Nuba on "Time Out" : Inside, coloured lights reveal rooms done out in copper and stone. There are live concerts in the evenings, punctuated by clubby electro sets and inventive dance shows from the House of Drama collective. Come here at dawn on a summer's day, and you'll be sure to see groups of clubbers staggering out into the daylight.
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NUBA Paris
36 Quai d'Austerlitz
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In this aera you can find bars/Clubs on boath, and form May to September, the all have terraces with transat from afternoon to night, you can drink, eat, and in the night there are some clubs ! Batofar, Dame de Canton, Le Ptit Bain etc. Description Nuba on "Time Out" : Inside, coloured lights reveal rooms done out in copper and stone. There are live concerts in the evenings, punctuated by clubby electro sets and inventive dance shows from the House of Drama collective. Come here at dawn on a summer's day, and you'll be sure to see groups of clubbers staggering out into the daylight.
If you go visit the market "Les Puces de Saint-Ouen" its a good place to eat, to drink, to brunch... "A restaurant, bar, café, farm and vegetable garden featuring daily DIY workshops, ethical values and a relaxed, welcoming vibe... all this and more makes up La Recyclerie, located in a former railway station on the Petite Ceinture"
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La Recyclerie
83 Boulevard Ornano
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If you go visit the market "Les Puces de Saint-Ouen" its a good place to eat, to drink, to brunch... "A restaurant, bar, café, farm and vegetable garden featuring daily DIY workshops, ethical values and a relaxed, welcoming vibe... all this and more makes up La Recyclerie, located in a former railway station on the Petite Ceinture"
On April 30 2016, the collective Ground Control relocates its ephemeral bar, free and curious in an old train depot of the SNCF. This year it's called " Grand Train", they just opened, I'm not yet gone this year Large spaces on the rails, sheds, very fashionable, cool atmosphere, drinking and eating in the heart of a neighborhood very "popular" where there are not many places like this Certainly One of the "places to be" for the summer
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Ground Control Bar Ephemere
6 Rue Ordener
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On April 30 2016, the collective Ground Control relocates its ephemeral bar, free and curious in an old train depot of the SNCF. This year it's called " Grand Train", they just opened, I'm not yet gone this year Large spaces on the rails, sheds, very fashionable, cool atmosphere, drinking and eating in the heart of a neighborhood very "popular" where there are not many places like this Certainly One of the "places to be" for the summer
Mythic club !!!
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Bus Palladium
6 Rue Pierre Fontaine
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Mythic club !!!
Nice place to drink, terrasse Many bars with terrace in this place, no cars Happy Hours 3€ pint of beer Free snacks each weekly day around 21h : couscous or Moules Frites
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Tribal Café
3 Cour des Petites Écuries
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Recomendado por los habitantes de la zona
Nice place to drink, terrasse Many bars with terrace in this place, no cars Happy Hours 3€ pint of beer Free snacks each weekly day around 21h : couscous or Moules Frites
A litlle "secret" place with smal terrace to drink and eat you can for example have a small slice of pizza and a beer or wine for 6 €
5 Passage des Petites Écuries
5 Passage des Petites Écuries
A litlle "secret" place with smal terrace to drink and eat you can for example have a small slice of pizza and a beer or wine for 6 €
Shopping
A new shop to buy French products to eat and drink for "aperitif time" !
FFA | Fédération Française de l'Apéritif
A new shop to buy French products to eat and drink for "aperitif time" !
Covering seven hectares, 3,000 traders and up to 180,000 visitors each weekend, the Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen is generally thought to be the biggest flea market in the world. If this conjures up images of a sprawling field filled with broken bed frames, faded curtains and sofas with the stuffing coming out, you're in for a surprise (and are better off going to the Montreuil version). The fleas left long ago, and since 1885 what started as a rag-and-bone shantytown outside the city limits has been organised into a series of enclosed villages, some entirely covered and others with open-air streets and covered boutiques for the antiques dealers. South of this sprawls the canvas-covered part where African tat, joss sticks, fake Converse trainers and cheap batteries are perused by crowds of teenagers - best avoided unless you're after that kind of thing. In recent years rents have shot up. The result is that much of the Puces is more like a museum than a flea market, and restaurants are swiftly replacing antiques dealers who can no longer make ends meet. But once you get under its skin, the Puces still offers an intoxicating blend of the sublime and the ridiculous. Repeat visits pay off and the more you banter with the sellers (preferably in French) the more bargains will reveal themselves, especially in the couple of streets that still sell unrestored objects. The main street is rue des Rosiers, and off this runs Marché Malassis (toys, vintage cameras and furniture), Marché Dauphine (furniture, ceramics), Marché Biron (expensive lighting, furniture and objets) and Marché Vernaison (more varied, with fashion, a gilding shop, books, prints and kitchenware). The open-air Marché Paul Bert (one of the two markets owned by the Duke of Westminster) has some beautiful 19th- and 20th-century furniture, though you'll need to bargain hard. But if you are looking for genuine bargains and unrenovated things Marché Lecuyer is the place to head: as the home of house-clearance specialists, it's the closest thing you'll find to a reclamation yard and many of the traders have warehouses that they may open for you if you are searching for something in particular. Top tips Enter the market from Garibaldi métro rather than Porte de St-Ouen - a longer trek on line 13 but you avoid the crowds and new tat. Visit on a Monday morning, a cold, wet or snowy day, or in mid August - you're more likely to pick up a bargain. If you like the look of something, don't pick it up or touch it. This already shows the dealer that you want it. Be prepared to walk away if you really want that good deal. Bring cash with you (but keep an eye on your wallet). Some only take it, and for others it's a good bargaining tool. There is only one cashpoint and there is always a queue.
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Marché Dauphine
132-140 Rue des Rosiers
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Covering seven hectares, 3,000 traders and up to 180,000 visitors each weekend, the Marché aux Puces de St-Ouen is generally thought to be the biggest flea market in the world. If this conjures up images of a sprawling field filled with broken bed frames, faded curtains and sofas with the stuffing coming out, you're in for a surprise (and are better off going to the Montreuil version). The fleas left long ago, and since 1885 what started as a rag-and-bone shantytown outside the city limits has been organised into a series of enclosed villages, some entirely covered and others with open-air streets and covered boutiques for the antiques dealers. South of this sprawls the canvas-covered part where African tat, joss sticks, fake Converse trainers and cheap batteries are perused by crowds of teenagers - best avoided unless you're after that kind of thing. In recent years rents have shot up. The result is that much of the Puces is more like a museum than a flea market, and restaurants are swiftly replacing antiques dealers who can no longer make ends meet. But once you get under its skin, the Puces still offers an intoxicating blend of the sublime and the ridiculous. Repeat visits pay off and the more you banter with the sellers (preferably in French) the more bargains will reveal themselves, especially in the couple of streets that still sell unrestored objects. The main street is rue des Rosiers, and off this runs Marché Malassis (toys, vintage cameras and furniture), Marché Dauphine (furniture, ceramics), Marché Biron (expensive lighting, furniture and objets) and Marché Vernaison (more varied, with fashion, a gilding shop, books, prints and kitchenware). The open-air Marché Paul Bert (one of the two markets owned by the Duke of Westminster) has some beautiful 19th- and 20th-century furniture, though you'll need to bargain hard. But if you are looking for genuine bargains and unrenovated things Marché Lecuyer is the place to head: as the home of house-clearance specialists, it's the closest thing you'll find to a reclamation yard and many of the traders have warehouses that they may open for you if you are searching for something in particular. Top tips Enter the market from Garibaldi métro rather than Porte de St-Ouen - a longer trek on line 13 but you avoid the crowds and new tat. Visit on a Monday morning, a cold, wet or snowy day, or in mid August - you're more likely to pick up a bargain. If you like the look of something, don't pick it up or touch it. This already shows the dealer that you want it. Be prepared to walk away if you really want that good deal. Bring cash with you (but keep an eye on your wallet). Some only take it, and for others it's a good bargaining tool. There is only one cashpoint and there is always a queue.
Parks & Nature
A very beautiful view of Paris! And a great location, not far from Chinatown, and bars to go out (and the club Bellevilloise)
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Parc de Belleville
47 Rue des Couronnes
545
Recomendado por los habitantes de la zona
A very beautiful view of Paris! And a great location, not far from Chinatown, and bars to go out (and the club Bellevilloise)