Reviewed by Clara K.
"Dirty in the best way. Bring your most ironic, ripped attire and you'll be right at home. Drinks: Stick to beers and shots. The bar has generally ru ..." more
21 Rue de la Roquette
Reviewed by Tara R.
"My Take: Brasseries abound by the Seine, where many a hoodwinked tourist is lured by their croque monsieurs, cafes, and coziness. Stereotypically Fren ..." more
3 Place de l'Alma
Party Earth Review Right in the heart of trendy Saint Germain is Café Mabillon, a swanky spot whose claim to fame is that it’s open twenty-three hours a day. And that’s no small claim – in a city where it’s hard to have late lunches and midnight dinners, Mabillon smartly accommodates the diverse work and party patterns of its wide range of ... more
164 Boulevard Saint-Germain
Party Earth Review A lively sports-themed joint in the popular nighttime area of Saint-Michel, The Great Canadian Pub is where homesick Canucks go for native comfort food, frosty Moosehead, and TVs tuned to lots of hockey. By day, the outdoor seating area provides a picturesque place for passing tourists to enjoy a burger and a pint near ... more
25 Quai Grands Augustins
Reviewed by Amanda D.
"My Take: The heavenly aroma of food fills the air at Le Marché des Enfants Rouge. Different smells and food on display whet the appetite as you walk a ..." more
39 rue de Bretagne
Reviewed by Amanda D.
"My take: Zero Zero is the home of the cheapest cocktail in Paris! This bar has a rather interesting exterior. It’s covered in graffiti and draws your ..." more
89 rue Amelot
Party Earth Review Owned by a diehard street art and vinyl enthusiast, 35 Tours is an intimate venue that feels kind of like stepping into a minimalist New York apartment circa 1985. Large records strung in neat rows above the slick glass entrance highlight the retro feel of the place, transporting creative-minded regulars back in time as ... more
35 Rue Saint Sauveur
Party Earth Review Situated on a picturesque corner near the banks of Canal St. Martin, La Bulle (The Bubble) is a charming café perfect for a relaxing glass of wine. High ceilings and a neutral color scheme create a light and airy space true to the venue’s name, while café tables and plush seating provide ample areas for the clusters of ... more
48 Rue Louis Blanc
Party Earth Review One of the oldest streets on the Left Bank, Rue de la Huchette is a narrow pedestrian passageway full of eateries and bars that lends itself nicely to a good old-fashioned pub crawl. Although Huchette is best known for its numerous Greek restaurants whose owners sometimes stand outside shattering plates to attract customers ... more
Rue de la Huchette