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Le Maquis

Montmartre’s Restaurant Le Maquis – better known simply as Le Maquis – is among the latest haute-bistrot offshoots from the lineage of Inaki Aizpitarte’s influential, innovative institution Le Châteaubriand.

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L’Éclair de Génie Café

Practical information

Address: 31 rue Lepic, 75018
Nearest transport: Abbesses (12),  Blanche (2)
Hours: Open every day from 8:30am
Reservations: Reservations not accepted
Telephone: 01 84 79 23 40
Average price for lunch: Less than 10€
Style of cuisine: Baked goods, soups/salads/sandwiches
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Photo via L’Éclair de Génie Café’s Facebook

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Kiez Biergarten in Paris | parisbymouth.com

Kiez Biergarten

Practical information

Address: 24 rue Vauvenargues, 75018
Nearest transport: Guy Môquet (13), Jules Joffrin (12)
Hours: Open every day for breakfast, lunch, dinner and drinks
Reservations: Walk-ins Welcome
Telephone: 01 46 27 78 46
Average price for lunch: 10-19€
Average price for dinner: 10-19€
Style of cuisine: German, burgers
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Reviews of interest

Paris Bouge (2014) “… côté cuisine, le Kiez Biergarten nous propose des classiques, avec des bretzels home made, kartoffelsalat et apfeltorte mais aussi des plats beaucoup plus modernes.”

Time Out (2014) “Arrivent les plats: un bretzel pour patienter, une assiette de fricadelle et sa salade fraîche de patates/concombres, un curry wurst et une assiette de nuernberger rostbratwuerste (vous n’imaginez pas comme l’on peut se ridiculiser en prononçant le nom de ce plat à la serveuse adorable et surtout très bilingue!). Tout était vraiment bon.”

Le Figaro (2014) “Saucisse blanche, moutarde sucrée, bretzel: manque plus que les rues de Munich. Salade de haricots blancs et lardons: vite bectée. Cheese-cake allemand: solide.”

 Photo via Kiez Biergarten’s Facebook page

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Le SuperCoin

Far off the beaten path, this place is one of Paris' very best beer bars. The three rotating taps include two French craft beers and one bière ordinaire, and the bottle menu presents five pages of small-production craft beers brewed in France.

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Peoples Drug Store

With a host of international beers, a speedy bottle-chilling machine, and a row of chess tables at patrons' disposal, Guillaume Lucas' shop is a welcome addition to the rue des Martyrs. A good place to pick up something on the way to a party or picnic, but you can also pass a few hours here, playing chess and sipping quality beer.

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Brasserie de la Goutte d’Or

Opened in late 2012, this is the first brewery in Paris proper in many decades. Brewed in small batches with flavors inspired by the neighborhood's African markets and offering brewery visits, free tastings, and bottles to go.

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