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Comfort Hotel Saint Pierre

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 10, rue de Clignancourt , Paris, FR, 75018

  • Phone: (33) 1 42234800
  • Fax: (33) 1 42234020
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Bars & Cafes

»Le Vin au Vert

For a classic Parisian experience, stop in to this bar au vins to indulge your taste buds. Le Vin au Vert offers a large selection of shockingly affordable wines by the glass, along with a selection of small plates and classic French dishes.

70 rue de Dunkerque
Paris, 75009

»L'Eté en Pente Douce

The bright colors and lively vibe of this tiny cafe at once catches the attention of diners upon entering. There are outdoor tables as well as indoor seats where one can enjoy the casual meals with friends. The staff is friendly and their fun demeanor rubs off on the customers, making for a pleasant meal. Drop by to recharge yourself with a memorable dinner.

23 rue Muller
Paris, 75018

»Le Soleil de la Butte

This jazz bar and restaurant is situated in Montmartre, the 18th arrondissement of Paris. It has pink tablecloths, red benches, and bohemian accents that contribute to its warm, casual atmosphere.

32 rue Muller
Paris, 75018

»Botak Café

The cafe and brasserie Botak Café has a very special charm. Situated only a couple of steps down from the Basilique du Sacré Coeur in Montmartre, it still seems like a hidden treasure. The small square in front of the Botak Café is covered with trees and makes your seat on the terrace feel like a Parisian dream. The staff is very nice and attentive. The Botak Café offers some traditional French plates and a good choice of wine. It is a very charming and cheap place for a drink after work!

1 rue Paul Albert
Paris, 75018

»Le Refuge des Fondus

This tiny restaurant in the 18th arrondissement (also known as Montmartre) has only one thing on the menu: fondue. For EUR18, you get an apéro platter of cheese, meat, pickles and spicy potatoes, your choice of fondue savoyarde (cheese) or bourguignonne (meat) and, the pièce de résistance: wine in baby bottles. Your choice of red or white is poured into these old-fashioned glass biberons. Because of the restaurant's size, the tables are arranged very close together, and ladies may be offered a hand to jump over the table and onto the bench up against the wall, but this is all part of the charm. Note: those allergic to latex should ask for wines by the glass. -Emily Monaco

17 rue des Trois Frères
Paris, 75018

»Chez Aimé

Chez Aimé is a casual local hangout situated in the Montmartre area of Paris. Famous for its 1 euro drink nights, this little bar is a popular destination for many Parisian natives. This is the perfect place to check out if you're looking for a simple, relaxed before or after dinner drink, or if you just want to hit up a spot not flooded with tourists.  

17 Rue des 3 Frères
Paris, 75018

»Le Rendez-vous des Amis

This small bar will take you back in time with classic decor and friendly service. Just steps from the metro line, this is an easy place to get to and a great stop to grab a beer and chat with friends. Order appetizers like cheese plates and tarts to complement your favorite cocktail. Simple style and laid back ambiance, Le Rendez-vous is ideal for a younger crowd wanting to have a casual night out.

23 rue Gabrille
Paris, 75018

»La Manufacture Bar Rock

La Manufacture stands true to the image of a rock bar with its loud music and hip crowd. Brick walls complete the look. Featuring music from all genres of rock music like hard rock, garage, Balkan and New Wave, the venue also hosts cabaret and theme nights. The staff is equally trendy, sporting eye-catching hairdos and tattoos. Drop in and let your hair down, while matching the beats of the music.

42 Rue de Rochechouart
Paris, 75009

»Tapas Nocturnes

The strikingly yellow facade that stands out on rue des Martyrs, is your entrance into this haven for delicious tapas. At Tapas Nocturnes guests are delighted with an extensive variety of tapas. Take your pick from, chicken, fish or meat filled goodies. Moreover, they also offer a range of vegetable preparations to please the hardcore vegetarian palate. The Poulpe à la Galicienne, bocadillo and Gambas à la Plancha are equally good. End your meal with an ice cream or a chocolate fondue.

98 rue des Martyrs
Paris, 75018

»La Famille

This bistro is a popular hangout among the locals here. The French cuisine has been modified to suit modern tastes. The place also has great music which you can groove to while feasting on the contemporary food. Some of the combinations that you'll be heading into are avocado milk shake, raw shrimp with passion fruit and beef carpaccio served with Basque-style omelets. So go ahead and experiment!

41 rue des Trois Frères
Paris, 75018

»Caveau des Artistes

An innovative venue located inside an old wine cellar, the Caveau des Artistes takes advantage of its long, domed space to accentuate the stage set at one end. Two bars allow patrons to choose a quiet piano-bar environment for chatting or to sip a drink while enjoying the performance, which might be rock & roll, magic show, or hommage to a timeless favorite.

79 rue des Martyrs
Paris, 75018

»La Fourmi

Very close to the famous concert hall, La Cigale, this bar-restaurant calls itself La Fourmi, a tribute to the famous poetry of La Fontaine. It is a pleasant place to spend the winter: convivial atmosphere, warm colors, and good traditional cuisine. After wandering around Montmartre and the Moulin-Rouge, there is nothing better than a warm Goat's Cheese Salad or a Croque Monsieur Campagnard (traditional ham and cheese toasted sandwich). 

74 rue des Martyrs
Paris, 75018
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