Le Zéro de Conduite

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Le Zéro de Conduite Le Zéro de Conduite in Paris’ Saint Germain is a cartoon-themed bar with cocktails served in baby bottles. Enjoy a playful night in Paris with Party Earth. Paris France 48.854918 2.335778
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Party Earth Review Combining board games, drawing, and trivia with a selection of tasty cocktails – all named after cartoon characters – Le Zéro de Conduite (“Zero for Conduct”) is a quirky bar that doesn... ... read full review

  • Metro:

    4: Saint-Germain-des-Prés; 10: Mabillon

  • Phone:

    01 46 34 26 35

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    M–Th 8:30pm–1:30am, F–Sa 8:30pm–2am, Su 9pm–1am

  • Recommended as:

    • Night Spot

Party Earth Le Zéro de Conduite Review

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Le Zéro de Conduite in Paris’ Saint Germain is a cartoon-themed bar with cocktails served in baby bottles. Enjoy a playful night in Paris with Party Earth.

Combining board games, drawing, and trivia with a selection of tasty cocktails – all named after cartoon characters – Le Zéro de Conduite (“Zero for Conduct”) is a quirky bar that doesn’t take anything very seriously.

Not even drinking, seeing as patrons have to “sip” everything through the spongy teat of a baby bottle.

Decorated with stuffed animals and Looney Tunes posters, the venue sports a childhood theme that’s evident throughout the tiny space, which serves as a festive haunt for groups of friends to gather and laugh off a week’s work.

Apart from being served in baby bottles, cocktails like the Aladdin and Peter Pan can only be ordered by patrons drawing the title character of their cocktail on a white board, so those with limited artistic skill may want to practice their Pocahontas.

Given the limited space, most of the boisterous birthday groups and unpretentious young regulars book a booth, especially on Fridays and Saturdays when a loud game of Trivial Pursuit is led by one of the staff, who doles out candies for correct answers and playfully yells at anyone who gives an incorrect response.

The drinks list is laden with fruity mixes like banana liqueur with lime juice and vodka with blue Curaçao, so mixology seekers won’t have a winning time here. But anyone in the mood for a dorky night full of smiles and games will find Le Zéro de Conduite an A+ destination.

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Tip from Emma:

Your French skills need to be as good as your pop culture knowledge on trivia nights, which focuses primarily on French- and Disney-related questions.

  • Crowd

    Birthday groups, unpretentious groups of friends, pub game seekers, 20s to mid-30s+.

  • Entertainment / Music

    A TV by the bar typically plays a mix of cartoons and music videos.

    Several games available, including Clue, Monopoly, and other classics. Regular quiz and theme nights keep drinking playful.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Just a few candies and lollipops.

  • Prices

    Candy €.50–€1. Cocktails €12, alcohol-free juices €10.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual as a Saturday morning cartoon.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights for the busiest scene, though groups would be wise to book a space in advance.

  • Close By

    Le Pub Saint Germain (17 Rue de l'Ancienne Comédie) is a three-story pub that’s open 24/7 and features a full menu, British colonial décor, and a large crowd of tourists and foreign students.

Le Zéro de Conduite User Reviews

Average rating:
For the kid in you... who loves adult beverages.
Lauren W. Feb 21, 2013
Not for the faint of French (or those with a low tolerance for the absurd), an evening at le Zéro certainly qualifies as Paris insolite. The crowd is young, the atmosphere festive (if a bit crowded--make sure to book your seating in advance!), and there is, conservatively, a 0% chance you will get bored. If you're a cartoon and Disney junkie, join in on the trivia game for a chance at lollipops and other fine prizes. The cocktails are on the gentle side, more likely to give you a sugar hangover than the grownup kind. To be honest: ordering them is more fun than drinking them, especially if your lackluster art skills make you feel like you're playing Pictionary. (Best of all? You get to take home your booze bottle and bring it along next visit. Try explaining that cabinet addition to your housemates...)
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