wine bars in paris

Our Guide to Paris Wine Bars

All of the wine bars in our listings, by arrondissement.

75001

Lavinia
Le Garde Robe
Le Rubis
Willi’s Wine Bar
Verjus Bar à Vins

75002

Coinstot Vino
Frenchie Bar à Vins
Legrand Filles et Fils
Le Rubis
Ma Cave Fleury

75003

Le Barav’

75005

Bar à vin A.T.
Café de la Nouvelle Mairie

Le Porte-Pot

75006

Freddy’s
L’Avant Comptoir
L’Avant Comptoir de la Mer

75007

Bellota-Bellota

75009

Artisan
Buvette
Autour d’un Verre
Le Pigalle
Le Vin au Vert

75010

Vivant Cave

75011

Au Deux Amis
Au Nouveau Nez
Aux Deux Cygnes
La Buvette
La Cave du Paul Bert
Le Dauphin
L’Entrée des Artistes
Martin
Retro’bottega
Septime Cave
Yard Wine Bar

75012

Le Baron Rouge
Le Siffleur de Ballons
Les Caves de Prague
Les Caves de Reuilly

75016

Le 116

75017

Le Garde Robe

75018

La Cave des Abbesses

75019

La Cave de Belleville
Quedubon 

75020

Au Nouveau Nez

5 thoughts on “Our Guide to Paris Wine Bars”

  1. Thanks for a nice list. Got more exploring to do now!!
    Surprised my personal favorite’s not in there: O-Chateau. Warmly recommend it – and their cheese plate :-)

  2. Melac did sell, but the staff remains the same, as does their Averyronian selection of wine and hearty menu. The new owner is even growing out his moustache.

  3. Is Jacques Melac still there? We had heard that he had sold (retired).
    When we went by on a Saturday in January, the sign read “Bistro A Vins”.
    Also one of our favorites, the Clown Bar, did not appear to be open.
    Did the owner Joe decide to retire?

  4. Don’t forget Jacques Melac’s wine bar in the 11th arr. It’s not “trendy” (thank God for that), but if you are looking for “authentic”, this is the place for you.

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