Party Earth Review Nestled in the private garden of a boutique hotel, Le Très Particulier is a refreshing summer hideaway ideal for girlie evenings and low-key celeb encounters. Just beyond the black iron gate and intimate... ... read full review
23 Avenue Junot
Line 12: Lamarck Caulaincourt
01 53 41 81 40
Th–Su 5pm–11pm (May–September)
Montmartre - 18eme, Paris –
Nestled in the private garden of a boutique hotel, Le Très Particulier is a refreshing summer hideaway ideal for girlie evenings and low-key celeb encounters.
Just beyond the black iron gate and intimate salon sits a small bar that opens onto a flagstone courtyard, where café tables, wrought iron chairs, and tapestried settees are scattered amid the greenery to create an enchanting secret garden.
Designed for total privacy, the leafy nooks are so well hidden that guests may think they’re the only ones there – until other chic bohemians and jet-setters emerge from the foliage to refill their deluxe cocktails like the Green Demon, Captain Hook, and Sorcière, expertly crafted by their resident cocktail artist brought in from New York.
Relaxed and exclusive, Le Très Particulier’s alluring resort vibe is equally conducive to romantic dates and mellow evening soirées, where young VIPs and fashionistas gather to talk about their latest film deals, eavesdrop on the other guests, or simply enjoy a cocktail as occasional piano music floats out from the bar.
Jet set, stylish bohemians, dates, fashionistas, and groups, 20s to 40s+.
Ambient music, occasional piano player and smaller concerts.
Main dishes like chicken stuffed with lobster may be purchased à la carte. Ham and cheese charcuterie available on request. Reservations required.
Prix fixe menu €60–€120. Appetizers €18–€24, entrées €24–€48, charcuterie €12, dessert €14–€20. Beer €9, wine €12+/glass, cocktails €15+.
Designer casual, chic and breezy Chloé dresses, button-downs and slacks.
Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays are the busiest because people are making the trek to Montmartre for the weekend.