Le Très Particulier

Hotel Bar / Restaurant
Le Très Particulier 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. Paris France 48.887968 2.335147
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Le Très Particulier - Hotel Bar | Restaurant in Paris.
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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

  • Metro:

    Line 12: Lamarck Caulaincourt

  • Phone:

    01 53 41 81 40

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  • Hours:

    Th–Su 5pm–11pm (May–September)

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Le Très Particulier Review

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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.

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.

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Tip from Adriana:

When you call to make a reservation, ask for the table to the right of the entrance – it has the best view of all the other tables. You can be a voyeur checking out all the bonbons pour les yeux!

  • Crowd

    Jet set, stylish bohemians, dates, fashionistas, and groups, 20s to 40s+.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Ambient music, occasional piano player and smaller concerts.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Main dishes like chicken stuffed with lobster may be purchased à la carte. Ham and cheese charcuterie available on request. Reservations required.

  • Prices

    Prix fixe menu €60–€120. Appetizers €18–€24, entrées €24–€48, charcuterie €12, dessert €14–€20. Beer €9, wine €12+/glass, cocktails €15+.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Designer casual, chic and breezy Chloé dresses, button-downs and slacks.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays are the busiest because people are making the trek to Montmartre for the weekend.

Le Très Particulier User Reviews

Average rating:
Something Special
Joseph W. Feb 19, 2013
Sometimes, it's worth putting in a little effort. And if you want to impress someone special - or anyone, for that matter - then I'm not sure there would be any other place in Paris that would beat the Particulier for a first impression. Imagine one of Gatsby's parties scaled down to a fifth of the sized and transported across the Atlantic; this is a slight exaggeration but it's a good place to start. At the iron gate, make sure you ask 'to drink a glass' and you'll be shown through the old hotel lobby and into a secluded Mediterranean courtyard. There's a dazzling array of liquors and spirits, leafy alcoves and live piano music. And that's really about it. Well dressed and relaxed people swirl across the courtyard and in and out of the hotel itself. Sometimes it gets raucous, other times voices fade to a conspiratorial whisper. It may not sound like much, but the atmosphere is so authentic that you may even find it in yourself to forgive the consumer hell of Les Halles. The food is very good, but has a limited selection - unlike the drinks menu. Not a place for the unadventurous, there are some extremely evocatively named drinks (though there is an excellent selection of whiskey) and the hotel itself will be able to assist you in regards to wine. So it's a charming, picturesque and fashionable secret - and whilst Paris has livelier nights on offer, Le Tres Particulier couldn't really do what it does any better. It's a little pricey for a regular spot, but every once in a while, it's a much needed oasis.
Too hard to find
Amy S. Sep 4, 2012
I am not sure who goes here other than the hotel patrons because it was almost impossible to find, which was all part of the hipster experience it was so desperate to provide. While Google maps could locate it, there was no signage or indication that it did in fact reside just inside the gated alley behind the locked fence with an unmarked doorbell...this place could not have been more hipster. In fact, it was so hipster to every last detail that it almost felt counterfeit. The bar looked more like a meticulously stocked apothecary than a place to exchange your dollars for a beverage. It even seemed natural that the bartender was conjuring up a douche-y (sp?), smoking drink that neither made sense nor seemed to taste very good. The drink menu filled multiple pages but consisted mostly of confusing mixed drinks and only 2 beer offerings (both from San Francisco) that they opened with a lighter, which would have been best used to navigate the bathroom hallway since it was completely devoid of light. The one positive about using the bathroom were the newspapers at the end of the hallway that you could take with you to your table so you could appear intellectual and credible as you ate your dinner…a dinner that offers just one of three choices for entrees. The only thing that could have made this place more hipster was if David Bowie was sitting in the corner rolling cigarettes. Go if you want an experience, you enjoy rad music and you like to hemorrhage money.
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