The Best Truly Local Bars in Paris

If you were a drink, what kind of drink would you be? A modest but honest after-work beer? A mustache-twirlingly innovative craft IPA? A delicate artisanal wine? Perhaps a flashy cocktail with a memorable name? Paris has a local, hand-picked bar for you no matter what glass you come in. Our locals have your back, so buckle up, for the night is long and full of wonders.

Au Metro – Best tartar steak in town

Au Metro – Best tartar steak in town

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“Au Metro” in Paris is a French Basque restaurant I go to when I’m in need of carnivorous energy — their steak tartare is truly the best in the city…

Full Article by Constan Longares Barrio

Auld Alliance – Enjoy Scotland in Paris

Auld Alliance – Enjoy Scotland in Paris

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“Auld Alliance” Paris is a cosy Scottish bar that finds itself as one of my first choices whenever I wasnt to go for a pint over a conversation.

Full Article by Frédéric Moussaïan

Cafe Rey Bastille – €1 espresso & a warm welcome

Cafe Rey Bastille – €1 espresso & a warm welcome

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“Cafe Rey Bastille” is a coffee pitstop in Paris, a refined gem set in the gritty hub around Bastille. I like that it’s cheap and the servers always smile.

Full Article by Paul Wright

Casa Paco – Nice Spanish tapas

Casa Paco – Nice Spanish tapas

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“Casa Paco” in Paris has nice Spanish tapas — I can vouch for them. I love their fresh sangria and the decoration that could be in Sevilla or Cordoba…

Full Article by Constan Longares Barrio

Charonne – The last true village in Paris?

Charonne – The last true village in Paris?

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“Charonne” Paris is an area that in my opinion has been the area which has managed to keep its original identity the most. I love the benches here…

Full Article by Adam Roberts

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