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Sunday night, we were looking for a pub showing the nba all-star game. Found this gem by chance. Beer at very reasonable prices, very kind staff and a very comfortable, laid-back and relaxed atmosphere all together. The perfect place, right next to the expensive and...snobbish 'quartier riche'.
10/10 would recommend, will be back.More
Stumbled upon this place on our way back to our flat. Ended up staying here for hours since they're open extra late! Definitely loud and upbeat. If you're looking for a quiet date night this may not be the place for you. Bartender spoke English...well! Would definitely go back if ever in Paris again. It was a very fun unexpected late night!More
Date of visit: November 2019
thehighlanderparis, Propriétaire at The Highlander, responded to this reviewResponded December 18, 2019
Thanks for your kind feedback.
Hope to see you again in our pub.
One of our favorite pubs on the planet. The folks here are a delight and keep this place fun, fun, fun. Cold Scottish beer and a great Scotch selection. Delicious tasty dogs and crisp chips. A great stop that is perfect in the afternoon to...rest your feet and super hopping into the wee hours.More
after all the tourist driven cafe's and coffeeshops in central paris EUREKA! we find THE HIGHLANDER. what a welcome respite from that formula.
Paris can we talk?
this is a friendly neighborhood bar. lots of scotch but they'll make you a cocktail.
i love all...the little seating nooks and crannies. they have karaoke, trivia nights and all the games on TV. so i pretty much could live there. we came by twice and our stellar barkeep was a terrific host.
if you don't have a good time here it's your fault.More
It was handy for our hotel so we popped in for a drink at happy hour. The drinks were good and the prices the best we have found in Paris. We enjoyed the tennis on TV and the quiet relaxation before confronting Paris again for...a place for dinner.More