Frog and Princess Pub

Pub / Sports Bar
Frog and Princess Pub Part of a chain of seven Frog pubs, Frog and Princess is a no-frills sports bar that brews its own beer and is frequented by a primarily English-speaking crowd drawn in by the home brews, numerous TVs, and loudly cheering sports... Paris France 48.8522811 2.334569
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Frog and Princess Pub - Pub | Sports Bar in Paris.
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Party Earth Review Part of a chain of seven Frog pubs, Frog and Princess is a no-frills sports bar that brews its own beer and is frequented by a primarily English-speaking crowd drawn in by the home brews, numerous TVs, and loudly cheering... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    M–F 5:30pm–2am, Sa–Su noon–2am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Frog and Princess Pub Review

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Part of a chain of seven Frog pubs, Frog and Princess is a no-frills sports bar that brews its own beer and is frequented by a primarily English-speaking crowd drawn in by the home brews, numerous TVs, and loudly cheering sports...

Part of a chain of seven Frog pubs, Frog and Princess is a no-frills sports bar that brews its own beer and is frequented by a primarily English-speaking crowd drawn in by the home brews, numerous TVs, and loudly cheering sports fans who gather to watch their favorite teams.

A long bar, simple dark wood fixtures, and rustic booths constitute the décor, though the main focus are the enormous brewing vats hooked up to the taps and sporting wry names like The Dark de Triomphe, Inseine, and Parislytic. The bar also hosts various parties and theme nights that always promise a good time.

Though the crowd is on the young side, just about anyone who shows up will fit right in with the boisterous, fun-loving expats who flock in to share the Frog’s convivial atmosphere.

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Tip from Emma:

The Frog and Princess has become an institution for homesick expats in need of comfort food and an English-speaking crowd. One amusing exception to that rule is the French contingent drawn in for the ‘Speed English’ games on Wednesday nights – always worth a few laughs with a great mix of people.

  • Crowd

    International crowd, early 20s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Sports shown on TV. Theme nights includes Sunday’s Quiz Night, Monday’s all-night Happy Hour, and Speed English on Wednesdays. Check the website for details on changing themes and nights.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Typical bar menu of wings, nachos, potato skins, and burgers served daily 5:30–11:30pm, brunch served Saturdays and Sundays noon–4pm.

    Happy Hour M–F 5:30–8pm, all night on Monday for select beers. Patrons can show their passports any night to get a free drink.

  • Prices

    Menu €6–€13. Beer €6+, pitchers €20+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Mondays for the all-night Happy Hour.

  • Close By

    Across the street is Coffee Parisien (4 Rue Princesse), which serves classic American diner food like home fries, pancakes, and burgers from noon to midnight.

Frog and Princess Pub User Reviews

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If you are looking for other foreigners...
Katia R. Oct 30, 2012
As hesitant as I am to head to a bar in Paris, knowing it is going to be mostly foreigners, I can't deny The Frog And The Princess was a favorite spot of mine. It definitely is filled with students studying or backpackers traveling through Paris, with everyone speaking English. However, it offers a sense of comfort to those, especially Americans and Australians, I'd say, that are looking to meet others like themselves. Everyone there, including the staff members, are always consistently friendly and welcoming. The dress code is casual but this is in an alley where there are tons of other places to check-out and some are a bit more upscale. So, if you are looking to check out a few bars in the area on the same night, I’d suggest dressing a bit on the nicer side.
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