Category Archives: Wine Bars

Le Repaire de Cartouche | parisbymouth.com

Le Repaire de Cartouche

Le Repaire de Cartouche is a great place to sit at the bar without reservations, order wine with a slab of terrine, and wait for your table to open up at Au Passage. It’s still great fun as a wine bar, even if it can no longer deliver as a restaurant.

Le Bel Ordinaire in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Le Bel Ordinaire

We have not yet visited Le Bel Ordinaire, which combines an épicerie (grocery and wine shop) with a wine bar and cave à manger. Scroll down to read some of the early reviews. Practical Information Address: 54 Rue de Paradis, 75010 Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday. Open for lunch

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Aux Deux Amis

A truly mixed crowd packs this Oberkampf wine bar, for natural wine and small plates.

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Fish (La Boissonnerie)

This popular restaurant and wine bar run by Drew Harre and Juan Sanchez is a sort of Anglo haven, excellent for a quick glass, a solo dinner at the bar, or for those times when you’re just tired of speaking French.

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Freddy’s

One of our Top 40 Paris Restaurants (small sharable plates). Boasting one of the city’s best selections of wine by the glass, Freddy’s is a great call when you want to share some delicious nibbles while perched on a stool, especially at odd hours or on

Frenchie Bar à Vins

If you want a taste of Gregory Marchand’s cooking without the challenge of scoring a reservation at Frenchie, this is where to go.

Verjus Bar à Vins

The small plates have big flavors at this no-reservations wine bar from the couple behind Hidden Kitchen. For something more formal, book the restaurant upstairs.

Le Siffleur de Ballons

Sommelier-turned-restaurateur Thierry Bruneau’s versatile and tasteful neighborhood wine bar is a cherished mainstay of the Aligre neighborhood. It’s got a long, lively bar for solo diners, a bevy of small tables for couples and small groups, and a rear room that can be privatized for

Les Caves de Reuilly

Dynamic young Bretonne Pierre le Nen took the helm of this well-regarded neighborhood wine shop in February 2014 and promptly turned it into one of Paris’ most welcoming terraced wine bars, where an impressively wide selection of natural wines and their more conventional forbears can

Le 116

Practical information Address: 2 rue Auguste Vacquerie, 75016 Nearest transport: Kléber (6), George V (1) Hours: Closed Saturday & Sunday; Open Monday-Friday for lunch & dinner Reservations: Book a day or two in advance for dinner only; Reservations not accepted for lunch Telephone: 01 47 20 10 45 Average

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L’Avant Comptoir de la Mer

Practical information Address: 3 carrefour de l’Odéon, 75006 Nearest transport: Odéon (4, 10) Hours: Open every day for lunch & dinner Reservations: Reservations not accepted Telephone: 01 42 38 47 55 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Average price for dinner: 10-19€ Style of cuisine: Seafood & oysters,

La Cave de Belleville

La Cave de Belleville’s unlikely origins sound like the set-up for a knock-knock joke: a pharmacist, a sound engineer, and a gallerist open a cave-à-manger. François Braouezec, Aline Geller, and Thomas Perlmutter deserve a lot of credit for the scale of their ambitions, as La

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La Cave du Paul Bert

Practical information Address: 16 rue Paul Bert, 75011 Nearest transport: Rue des Boulets (9), Charonne (9), Faidherbe-Chaligny (8) Hours: Open every day Reservations: Reservations not accepted Telephone: 01 58 53 50 92 Average price for lunch: 10-19€ Average price for dinner: 10-19€ Style of cuisine: Small plates A photo posted by Paris by

Les Caves de Prague

Parisian wine shops tend to exhibit tunnel vision, often to the point of obsession: either they sell natural/organic/biodynamic wine, or they sell “traditional” wine, and rarely do the twain meet. One sees many of the same wines over, and over, and over again. Not here. There’s plenty

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Le Pigalle

We have not yet reviewed this wine bar, but you’ll find practical information about location and hours on this page, along with links to other reviews. Feel free to share your own opinion in the comments.

Yard wine bar in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Yard Wine Bar

We have not yet reviewed this wine bar, but you’ll find practical information about location and hours on this page, along with links to other reviews. Feel free to share your own opinion in the comments.

AT Wine Bar photo courtesy of their Facebook page

Bar à vin A.T.

We have not yet reviewed this wine bar (below the Restaurant AT), but you’ll find practical information about location and hours on this page, along with links to other reviews. Feel free to share your own opinion in the comments.

Cave a Michel Restaurant in Paris | Paris By Mouth

La Cave à Michel

La Cave à Michel rivals the Left Bank’s L’Avant Comptoir for the best Parisian cuisine you’ll eat standing up.

Aux Deux Cygnes

Well-appointed, informal and lightly exotic, rue Keller wine bar Aux Deux Cygnes is the answer for any casual diner looking to drink natural wine and snack on something other than the usual cheese plates and charcuterie.

La Cremerie wine bar in Paris | parisbymouth.com

La Crèmerie

Practical information Address: 9 rue des Quatre-Vents, 75006 Nearest transport: Odéon (4, 10) Hours: Closed Sunday and for Monday lunch. Open for wine sales and as a wine bar from 11am-2:30pm and from 6-10:30pm. Reservations: Strongly recommended for dinner because the small, intimate space often fills

Le Barav’

This upper Marais wine bar serves charcuterie, cheese, salads, and sandwiches to go along with 5€ glasses, or a bottle from their cave next door.

La Buvette

A simple spot where you can taste bottles of excellent natural wines alongside a few small plates from proprietor Camille Fourmont, formerly the bar manager at Le Dauphin. Not to be confused with the other Buvette, this off-the-beaten path bar (that is technically a shop where you can buy bottles) was selected as the Best Cave à Manger by Le Fooding.

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La Cave des Abbesses

In front, a wine shop with a good selection of estate-bottled wines. In back, a place to drink them, accompanied by charcuterie and cheese.

Ma Cave Fleury

Inexpensive couples of quality grower’s champagne served on a nice outdoor terrace overlooking… a gritty street lined with sex clubs and prostitutes. It’s quite a combo. The charcuterie and cheese plates are standard, but it’s the warm, witty personality of the proprietor and former comedienne Morgane Fleury that is the main draw for those looking for affordable, natural wine.

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Le Porte-Pot

Practical information Address: 14 rue Boutebrie, 75005 Nearest transport: Cluny – La Sorbonne (10), Saint-Michel (RER B&C) Hours: Closed Sunday & Monday; Open Tuesday-Saturday 6.30pm-2am Reservations: Walk-Ins Welcome Telephone: 01 43 25 24 24 Average price for dinner: 20-34€ Style of cuisine: Wine bar, small plates Website   Facebook Reviews

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Les Papilles

Bring some friends to share in Bertrand Bluy’s family style dinner at this cave à manger.

L’Avant Comptoir

Push back beyond the crêpe window up front and and you’ll find a convivial and crowded counter packed with elbows, charcuterie boards, communal pickle jars, and wine glasses. It’s standing room only at Yves Camdeborde’s small plates wine bar, a hit since it opened in

Willi's Wine Bar in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Willi’s Wine Bar

Practical information Address: 13 rue des Petits-Champs, 75001 Nearest transport: Pyramides (7, 14) or Bourse (3) Hours: Closed Sunday, Open Monday-Saturday 12pm-11.30pm Reservations: Book a day or two in advance Telephone: 01 42 61 05 09 Average price for lunch: 20-39€ Average price for dinner: 20-39€

Le Garde Robe wine bar in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Le Garde Robe

Now with two locations, Le Garde Robe rests comfortably within the current Paris bar à vins format.

Artisan

Frédéric Le Bordays is behind the bar and serving up excellent craft cocktails alongside a few simple small plates from chef Vanessa Krycève.