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Taken by a local guide and such a nice cosy place full of locals. Impressive selection of wine and people behind the counter were very patient while we were trying to figure out which wine each of us liked.
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It was during my second visit to Paris. On a cold winter Sunday morning we went to Baron Rouge to maintain old tradition parisienne to eat oysters and drink white wine. It is an old style must visit bar with incredibly fresh oysters 2 euros...More
A must stop by Marche Aligre. Filled with locals and tourists in the know. Great selection of wines, charcuterie, cheese boards. Mostly standing room only with a very few small tables. Stand at counter or around wine barrels. Friendly service. Fresh oysters on weekends outside...More
What a great little spot for a fun, non-pretentious apéro with friends. Apéro ended lasting hours as we enjoyed being crammed into the little corner table tremendously. Wine was very affordable, tastings offered, little planches of charcuterie and fromage could be ordered at the bar....More
After walking around a local outdoor market that was steps away we stepped into baron rouge. A great local wine bar in the old fashioned way. No suits here. They have great barrels near the entrance where you can fill up your own bottle (they...More
Our 6th trip to France and 2nd to Paris!! Great atmosphere and a varied selection of wines at very reasonable prices. Couple of gentlemen behind the bar are very friendly and know the wines they are serving. We also had some cheeses and hams (...More
This off the beaten track bar is a real jewel. Great variety of wines and fresh oysters sold just outside. Ambiance is guaranteed, with barels and old , vintage photos. Great way to start your night, before dinner...
This is a fantastic place. We went twice and on both occasions it was first class. You can purchase wine by he glass and the choice on offer is immense and great value for money. We had the charcuterie on the first day and it...More
Nestled between the Seine, Bastille, and Père Lachaise lies a peaceful side of town where wide avenues and impressive buildings accompany green spaces and small parks. Landscaped havens are plentiful, from the Bercy Park to La Coulée Verte and most impressively the Bois de Vincennes, which even contains a medieval castle on its doorstep. For an escape from the masses head to this calming neighborhood where real Parisians make