Yes, that's Paris' with an apostrophe. Paris is the first name of the owner, no relation to the city or —as far as is known— to the madcap Hilton heiress.
This is an intimate wine bar in Frankfurt's left-bank Sachsenhausen district, tucked behind some hedges on a street just off the Schweizer Platz. It was just what I happened to be looking for —without actually knowing whether I'd find one— following an afternoon at museums and just prior to dinner at a nearby apfelweinlokal.
Though Paris' Bar appears not to be unknown to some out-of-town visitors, it's by no means a touristic spot, as are the apfelweinlokals, even if most of the tourists are German.
The casual visitor should not fear to tread. I was warmly welcomed and had a glass of riesling.here. The main activities here are the enjoyment of wine —perhaps accompanied by some artisanal sausage, cheese and bread— and quiet conversation. It's precisely the kind of place you hope to find in a city ranked high for quality of life.
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