The Moose

Sports Bar
The Moose The Moose in Paris’ 6eme is a Canadian bar with great beers, poutine on the menu, and lots of sports on the TVs. Grab a Moosehead in Paris with Party Earth. Paris France 48.851816 2.337719
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Party Earth Review The Moose, Parisian home to Moosehead beer, imported rye, and lots of North American sports, couldn’t be any more Canadian if it had a chandelier made out of moose antlers. Actually…it does have a chandelier... ... read full review

  • Metro:

    10: Mabillon; 4, 10: Odéon

  • Phone:

    01 46 33 77 00

  • Links:

  • Hours:

    Daily 11am–2am
    Kitchen closes at midnight
    Venue will often open early or stay open late if a big Canadian or US game is on

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth The Moose Review

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The Moose in Paris’ 6eme is a Canadian bar with great beers, poutine on the menu, and lots of sports on the TVs. Grab a Moosehead in Paris with Party Earth.

The Moose, Parisian home to Moosehead beer, imported rye, and lots of North American sports, couldn’t be any more Canadian if it had a chandelier made out of moose antlers.

Actually…it does have a chandelier made out of moose antlers.

Upon entry, patrons are met with a long room whose bar runs the length of the rustic stone wall. The space is bathed in the plasma glow of several flat-screens, each tuned to some combination of football, basketball, baseball, and, of course, hockey.

Moosehead isn’t the only beer offered, so guests will find other imports like Newcastle Brown Ale – a rare bird in this part of the world – while the cocktail list covers standards like mojitos and cosmos as well as Canuck touches like the Polar Bear, made with vodka, coconut milk, and maple syrup.

Tucked away in back is the main seating area, where sports fans and after-work revelers work through towering burgers, nachos, or that signature Quebec concoction, called poutine, of fries slathered in gravy and curds. Yet while there’s a lot of English spoken by the many Canadian regulars, there are also plenty of smart-shirted young French professionals looking for a beer – and perhaps a pretty young English-speaking lass on whom to practice their clunkiest chat-up lines.

Busy most nights – and a pucking madhouse during the Stanley Cup – The Moose’s quantity of TVs, variety of sports, and authentic food come together to create a true Canadian experience in Paris.

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Tip from Lucas:

If you’re in a group and plan on eating, it’s a good idea to reserve a table. The bar area gets packed, and you’re going to want plenty of space to mess your face with poutine.

  • Crowd

    Canadian expats, young U.S. tourists, fans of football, basketball, baseball, and hockey, anyone with a taste for poutine, 20s to mid-30s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Over a dozen TVs catering to all manner of sports broadcasts, with the obvious dedication to U.S. and Canadian leagues.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Full menu of “100% Canadian cuisine” including burgers, hot dogs, poutine, sandwiches, and salads.

    Venue is dog-friendly, though owners discourage bringing in any four-legged friends due to limited space.

    Brunch menu on Sundays 11:30am–3pm. Limited late-night menu available after 11pm.

    Happy Hour daily 4–8pm.

    Free Wi-Fi.

  • Prices

    Brunch menu €9–€16, appetizers €8–€15, entrées €9.50–€14.50, prix fixe full-course deal €30, desserts €4–€7. Beer €5–€8, wine €3.50–€6+/glass or €17–€42+/bottle, cocktails €8–€10.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual to business casual: collared shirts, shiny shoes, jerseys, jeans, blouses, cute dresses.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Monday nights for the 2-for-1 Moosehead beer special or any big game night when a major U.S. or Canadian team is playing.

  • Close By

    A host of late-night drinking dens are a stumble away, including the Frog and Princess Pub (9 Rue Princesse), a no-frills sports bar that brews its own beer and is frequented by a primarily English-speaking crowd.

The Moose User Reviews

Average rating:
Canadian cuisine for the sports lover
Clara K. May 18, 2013
A haven for expats and tourists. Come get your fill of Canadian cuisine and anglophone sports! Atmosphere: Fun, casual, crowded. Make a reservation on weekend nights or during big games. Often stays open late to show special events on television. Drinks: Plenty of beer, including hard to find beers in Paris like Negra Modelo and Brooklyn IPA. House cocktails are expensive and nothing special. Food: Poutine, a Canadian dish of french fries, gravy, and cheese. Sounds awesome? It is. Also tons of burgers and deep fried yums. Quirks: Sunday brunch and Anglophone staff. Complaints: Overpriced.
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