Comfort Hotel Orleans Sud
Zone Expo Sud
Phone: (33) 2 38510055
Fax: (33) 2 38511333
Bars & Cafes
Near the Rambouillet forest and mansion, La Melodie Rambouillet supplies evenings of dining, dancing, and singing in an environment reminiscent of Austin Powers. The smooth dance floor is surrounded by screens with clusters of light projected on them, and the walls and staircase are striped with lights in psychedelic hues. The space can be rented for professional or private events.
With a bar in the restaurant, this place is perfect for those who like a drink before a meal. It has traditional items on the menu and is open only for lunch. Visit this restaurant for some delicious food and classic ambiance. It is also ideal for those who want to rest between two planes and offers an amazing selection of cigars. Pets are allowed.
Located across Rue des 3 Ecritoires, the Canadian Cafe is a music haven. This local watering hole stages performances of locals and renowned artists; though different music genres are played out, here the focus is mainly on rock music and similar varieties.
Aboard the La Péniche, you can have a gala time, whether it is a company outing, a family reunion or simply an evening party. This carnival party boat comes equipped with an open cocktail bar and offers a rustic and exotic buffet menu. The DJs and magicians add special entertainment value to this party boat. The boat halts at all the major autonomous ports of Paris.
The BB Antilles floats a party with Caribbean flavor every day, with a restaurant, club, and piano bar featuring live music all aboard the boat. The restaurant offers a regular menu or prix-fixe choices, including dishes like coconut milk pork and rum-soaked fruit salad. The cosmopolitan club fills quickly and may be rented for private events; but the true attraction is the piano bar, where live musicians each Friday and Saturday (concerts begin 10:30p) draw rapt listeners and expressive dancers.
Auto Passion café is a unique place for lovers of vehicular sports. Plenty of car lovers gather here to have a drink or a meal, staring at one of the two giant screens or at one of the eight TV screens all displaying nonstop automobile sporting events. The setting is composed of car engines and collectible objects, red seats – Ferrari red, of course – on which you will enjoy one the numerous theme nights that they organize, in small lounges laid out around the bar. The lounges’ names are, for example, Imola, Monza, Silver Stone and Magny-Cours. They have thought about every detail, such as security belts on toilet seats! Maybe one thing is missing to be perfect: the smell of oil and gasoline.. Or maybe not!
Home Sweet Home will feel like just that; a home away from home. At this hidden gem of a bar, you can grab a drink from their long list of handmade cocktails, ranging from classics to more modern mixes. If you get hungry, order a little something from the tapas menu to satiate your appetite.
As you browse through the hundreds of Café that lace this avenue, you may not notice that the Café Signes is quite different. Welcome to Paris' first café where the hearing impaired and the hearing are on equal footing - here, you find the customers and staff using their hands to communicate. All 45 of the staff are hearing impaired, and if you don't know how to use the sign language, the menu has some cute tips - make a steeple shape and you will get French fries. You can also point or write down your order. The steak fries are worth a try here.
This is one of the best chain of bistros for fish and seafood. Some of the creative dishes include lobster with bacon and Sea bass in wine sauce. There is a different menu everyday depending on the catch of the day. For dessert, try the famous Baba au Rhum - a ring shaped cake dipped in rum. One of the four Vin et Marée outlets in Paris, this restaurant also banks on its effortless ability to reproduce fresh seafood into plates of artistry.
A wave of good humor seems to ripple through this bar-restaurant which the former rugby-playing owner has made into a haven of peace, quiet and feasting. The district may not strike you as particularly welcoming, but you will not find a more authentic bistro. People working nearby have made this their regular haunt and they contribute to the friendly atmosphere, eating elbow to elbow without so much as a murmer of complaint. The chef imports all produce fresh from Lozère where he originates, and it is full of rustic flavors. Who could be happier than a Frenchman with good bread and good wine on his table?
Wide use of color green, lively atmosphere and good music is definitely the trade-mark of Le Crocodile Vert. It manages to re-create Cuban colors and flavors right here in Paris. Right from the decor to the drinks served have been tailored in detail to get the feel of Cuban Bodeguitas. The deep plush sofas just beckon you to sit-back and relax with your favorite drink. Taste the varieties like Sangria, Cuba Libre or if you aren't the adventurous and wild types, simply sip the regular Mojitos along with tasty snacks and finger-food. With Latin tunes in the back-drop, bright and fresh colors surrounding you, it surely refreshes your mind and spirits. Let's do the Salsa at the Le Crocodile Vert.
Dedicated to local sports, Le 70 gets its name from the year in which the Paris Saint-Germain football (soccer) team was founded (1970). Apart from the interesting sports decor, this brasserie also presents before you an appetizing platter of starters, sandwiches, main course dishes and desserts. Evenings are reserved for special events, PSG match evenings and parties.