4 Cool Bars In Paris

Experience Paris, Restaurants & bars
4 Cool Bars In Paris


The China is a chic Asian bar-restaurant and gig venue whose exotic décor seems inspired by a 1930s Shanghai colonial club.

With padded leather Chesterfield sofas, red walls, dark wood panelling and a black and white checkerboard floor, the shadowy warmth of this lounge is in the best tradition of a British gentleman’s club.

Behind a splendid chrome counter, discreet staff prepare distinguished cocktails, like the Hemingway (a visionary alchemy of brown Cuban rum, Cointreau).


50 rue de Charenton
75012 Paris



With its majestic curves, its colours and its lights, the futuristic décor of Bar’O offers you a special little world, pleasing and protected, where you can savour a wide palette of specialities. In a honeycombed wall, a selection of the finest liquors is exhibited, spirits that will inspire your choice of cocktails. The alchemy of cosmopolitan ambiance and glamour will generate the most enchanting of Parisian evenings for you. The Bar’O has been designed by Ora-Ito, and is inside Hotel Odyssey



19, rue Hérold
75001 Paris
Tel.: +33 (0)1 42 36 04 02



Any restaurant-bar located near the Louvre Museum should be a tourist trap or overpriced. Remarkably, the consistently excellent Le Fumoir is neither. Under head chef Henrick Andersson, Le Fumoir serves brunch and dinner daily, and stays open late for a fine martini — or three.

Try the stand-out appetizer, herrings marinated inxérès (sherry) with creamed cucumber on spiced bread. The restaurant’s decor is discreet, clubby chic, with dark leather and smooth lacquer, and the book-lined rear dining room is wonderfully intimate. With Wi-Fi and a generous spread of international newspapers and magazines, it’s also the ideal place to lay your plans for attacking the city’s sights, many of which lie within striking distance (the front door of the Louvre is steps away).





6 rue de l’Amiral de Coligny,

75001 Paris

Tel.: +33(0)1 42 92 00 24



The Moonshiner is currently the best bet in town for celebrating the era of the Noble Experiment. While some bars incorporate
aspects of the speakeasy trend, the Moonshiner is the only place in town that is maximizing them all at once with its truly hidden
entrance, Gatsby-like decor and drinks secreted away in old books.” It has 83 different whiskies, and over 20 elaborated cocktails.


5 rue Sedaine
75011 Paris
Tel.: +33(0)9 50 73 12 99


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