Rush Bar

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Rush Bar Rush Bar in Paris’ 11eme offers great lunch to all & UK brews for its diehard soccer fans. Drop in on this funky Paris sports bar with Party Earth. Paris France 48.861306 2.370225
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Party Earth Review Painted red like one of its favorite team’s colors, Rush Bar brings out a crowd of fanatical European soccer seekers, but is also known for having a high-quality and budget-friendly daytime menu that is worlds... ... read full review

  • Metro:

    5: Richard-Lenoir; 8: Saint-Sébastien–Froissart

  • Phone:

    01 43 57 32 04

  • Hours:

    M–F 8am–2am, Sa–Su 1pm–2am (Opens 5pm daily in the month of August)
    Food served M–F noon–3pm

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Rush Bar Review

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Rush Bar in Paris’ 11eme offers great lunch to all & UK brews for its diehard soccer fans. Drop in on this funky Paris sports bar with Party Earth.

Painted red like one of its favorite team’s colors, Rush Bar brings out a crowd of fanatical European soccer seekers, but is also known for having a high-quality and budget-friendly daytime menu that is worlds away from the average sports bar.

In fact, unless there’s a big game, the early hours are rather quiet, whether the place is busy with unpretentious locals and expats enjoying a leisurely lunch or groups of hip students crowded around the dilapidated tables for French-fusion cuisine like goat cheese with chutney, duck breasts, or specialty spiced burgers layered in grated cheddar.

If there’s a match on, however, the place will likely be packed with piss-drunk fans slurring their way through throaty renditions of team songs, which can also include the official Bundesliga hymn since this is one of the few spots in town to carry German league soccer.

Planted along worn wooden benches and beneath the myriad country flags hung from the ceiling, happy expats sling UK favorites like John Smith’s Bitter and Guinness and yell at the TVs, though when their guffaws approach the same ear-piercing register as baby cries and poodle yips, less committed fans can escape downstairs to the stone beer cellar and play a little pool.

Much like the Liverpool Reds’ anthem ensures “You Will Never Walk Alone,” Rush Bar can be perfect for rowdy packs of diehard fans, as well as hungry kids with no team affiliation who just want a solid lunch.

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Tip from Lucas:

Brush up on your German to sing along to the Bundesliga hymn at packed out German games.

  • Crowd

    Chilled-out area college kids and unpretentious older locals by day, UK and German expats, diehard Liverpool fans, and rowdier students at night, 20s to early 40s.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Large projector screen and TVs on the ground floor showing the latest soccer, rugby, and cricket matches, with the Liverpool Reds a favorite.

    One of the only bars in Paris to catch regular Bundesliga games in German.

    Bartender’s choice on the playlist is usually a mix of UK indie rock, Brit pop, and old school alternative.

    Dartboard.

    Additional TV and a pool table in the stone-walled cellar.

    Quiz night on Sundays from 8pm.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Compact and rotating menu of French-fusion plats du jour including burgers, curries, and salads.

    Food served M–F noon–3pm and during big games.

    Small patio.

  • Prices

    Lunch entrées €9.50–€13. Beer €5–€7, wine €3–€5.50/glass or €14.50–€25/bottle, cocktails €7–€9. Coffee & tea €1.50–€4.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Casual: sports jerseys, baseball hats, jeans, sneakers, blouses, cute skirts. ‘Scruffy chic’ for some, but mostly just scruffy.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Fridays for the biggest crowds, but the bar is sure to be packed on any big game night.

  • Close By

    Rue de Lappe is a short but vibrant street that offers dozens of bars and restaurants that attract locals, expats, and students of all shapes and sizes.

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