Do you want to get wasted ?
After long researches in the lovely city of Paris, we have selected for you the three best hidden bars to spend a wonderful time.
Young Parisians (including us) love to discover innovative concepts. It is true that nowadays, the New York state of mind is spreading in Europe with the occurrence of hidden bars. In Paris, they are still not really famous, but some bars are starting to arrive in the capital (and compete the most well-known places). [Read more]
•LE COMPTOIRE GÉNÉRAL•
This bar was fitted out in a former cowshed of 600 m2 in visible stones, with a ground in checkerboard, a vintage furniture and curiosities of Africa piled up in all the corners, giving a mystic side to the place. The first bar we want to introduce you is « Le Comptoir Général ». Near by the Canal St Martin, it is a wonderful hideout to hang out. This bar was fitted out in a former cowshed of 600 m2 in visible stones, with a ground in checkerboard, a vintage furniture and curiosities of Africa piled up in all the corners, giving a mystic side to the place. Furthermore, the cocktails are excellent (and the prices are too).
Actually if you want to reach the bar, you have to go through a pizzeria (and maybe have a bite on the way). Glamorous, subdued atmosphere and conviviality are invading the place.
Still not convinced? In this particular bar, you can choose whatever you want to have in your cocktail with fresh products (fruits, spices,…).
hird and last bar (the most hidden one), is the «Lavomatic». When you arrive, you have to line up — yes it is already very appreciated even if it just opened — then you arrive in a pressing, a real pressing. Where is the bar you are going to ask me? It is behind the door of a washing machine. Like the other bars, the Lavomatic has a nice and convivial atmosphere with swings, sofas, armchairs and funk music. The quality of the drinks is also appreciable. It is a good place to go when you had a tough day and you have to decompress.
Night lovers, here you go! You are ready to have an awesome night ant get wasted all night long! Don’t forget to drink with moderation.
Article written by: Thomas Bringant, Charlotte Lebret,
Sunny Michel and Marie Patas