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Glass

Opened in South Pigalle by the team behind Candelaria, Le Glass is all about novelties flown over from the US: special cocktails, mixers with Pisco, ‘Boilermakers’ (a shot followed by a beer) and a wide selection of imported bottled beers, all accompanied by hot dogs and pickles.
With a decor of broken mirrors, disco balls and soft lighting, you may get the impression of being in a club rather than a bar, and the small space quickly fills up with the local chic, beautiful crowd. 

Address & Contact
7 rue Frochot
9e Paris 
Mail: info@glassparis.com
Website

Opening hours
Daily 7pm till 2am

Dirty Dick

South Pigalle welcomes another hip new venue that is injecting a more hipster vibe into the once totally down-at-heel area. Once a hostess bar (they’ve kept the name, evidently), the only phallic elements these days are the Polynesian totems scattered throughout the bar, which has a kitsch, exotic ‘tiki’ vibe (luxuriant plants, bamboo furniture and coloured lights, a fumoir full of stuffed animal heads) and lots of free-flowing rum – the sort of bar that flourished in the US after the end of Prohibition, but which has only now made it to Paris.

Address 
10 rue Frochot 
9e Paris

Opening hours 
Daily 7pm till 2am 

Baton rouge

A characterful Louisiana-themed cocktail bar serving punchy cocktails and Southern-style snacks beneath a titillating voodoo décor.

Behind the shuttered windows at Notre-Dame de Lorette, restaurateurs Joseph Biolatto et Julien Escot have built their own little slice of bayou: a charming Louisiana-themed cocktail bar called Le Bâton Rouge. The space is small, refined and very appealing, with soft, dim lighting and voodoo décor. Against one wall, tiny painted skulls hover menacingly on ‘bloody’ spikes.

Address & Contact
62 Rue Notre-Dame de Lorette
9e Paris
+33 (06) 52 90 36 42
Mail: contact@batonrouge.paris
Website

Opening hours
Monday to Saturday 6pm till 2am 

Artisan

Good luck asking for 'the usual' in this bar in trendy South Pigalle! The menu changes every two weeks, in accordance with the seasonal produce and the whims of the owners. Artisan arrives on the cocktail scene with serious bourgeois credentials: it's run by the team who brought Parisians Long Island meat platters, and the resident mixologist Frédéric Le Bordays is the man behind the cocktail recipe book 'Les nouveaux cocktails classiques'. It more or less lives up to the hype.

Heading in, you find yourself in a spacious, well-lit room punctuated by large stone pillars and the elegant U-shaped bar. High tables, an olive tree and a collection of ancient-looking mirrors complete the picture (there's also a darker, cosier room in the back). Old-school soul and jazz on the sound system set the mood for a chilled drink or two...

Address
14, rue Bochart de Saron 
9e Paris
+33 (0)1 48 74 65 38
Website

Opening hours
Tuesday to Saturday 7pm till 2am 

Le Mansart

With its large terrace and the small army of young, mustachioed men wearing lumberjack shirts that fill it, Mansart wears its hipster credentials proudly – not surprising given its location in the heart of trendy South Pigalle. Come to enjoy this beautiful decor! You will even have the possibility to play table football, which is rare in Parisian bars.

Address
1 rue Mansart
9e Paris
Metro: blanche / Pigalle

Opening hours
Daily 9pm till 2am

Maria Magdalena

The Maria Magdalena is both a cocktail bar and a restaurant with a somewhat mystical atmosphere. Besides, apart from its black and golden façade, the place is full of many religious symbols, distorted in funny and design ways. 

The bar looks like a catholic church’s altar and the motto reads: “Here we don’t drink, we get close to angels”. Its walls are covered with paper butterflies and the ceiling with opened or closed books. The menu offers many cocktails with religion-related names (“The Garden of Eden”) and exquisite flavors, to be drunk with tapas, as starters or main courses, like the snack gambas, vegetable couscous, dates and hazelnut sauce.

Address
41 Rue de la Rochefoucauld
75009 Paris
+33 6 74 02 39 89

Opening hours
Tuesday to Saturday 8pm till 2am

Luz Verde

Top notch Mexican food has landed in Pigalle – and there’s not a cheesy sombrero in sight. The cuisine does its own talking at Luz Verde, a stylish taqueria and wine bar in the 9th arrondissement. Run by Frenchie alums, bartender Quentin Zuddas and cook Alexis Delassaux have gathered a passionate following since they opened in late 2014. 

Address
24 rue Henry Monnier
9e Paris 
Website 

Opening hours
Tuesday to Saturday noon till 3pm and 7pm till midnight

Le Sans Souci

If there is one place where we have to go at Pigalle, it's surely this one. Between 9e and 18e district, this bar-restaurant managed by a nice guy, Jean, is a joy place for boho-chic people from Paris.

Address 
65 rue jean baptiste Pigalle
75009 Paris
+33 1 53 16 17 04

Opening hours
Monday to Saturday 9pm till 2am 

Le Depanneur

All too often, 'Mexican' cuisine abroad is a byword for Americanised fast food. Not so at Le Dépanneur Pigalle. By the time you've taken a seat at one of the elegant wooden tables adorned with cacti, you'll already have forgotten you're in Paris.

Address
27 rue Pierre Fontaine
9e Paris 
+33 1 48 74 48 74

Opening hours
Daily 10am till 2pm

L'Embuscade

L’Embuscade – a Cape Verdean rum bar – offers concerts in a warm and decadent Cape Verdean atmosphere every Saturday. The restaurant proposes a colourful menu featuring traditional dishes and sweet-smelling cocktails.

Address
47, Rue de la Rochefoucauld 
75009 Paris 9e
+33 1 42 80 19 50

Opening hours
Daily 6.30pm till 2am 

LuLu White

They are a haven for cocktail lovers and a place to unwind in good company. Inspired by the American bars of Prohibition but located in Paris, they bring the best of both worlds together. We’re not hidden and don’t have a password. Instead, they’ve reinvented the cocktail bar for anyone who enjoys a quality cocktail in a relaxed atmosphere. By fusing the French art of decompression with the clandestine feel of the speakeasy, they’ve created a sanctuary from the city.

Address
12 rue Frochot
9e Paris 
+33 1 42 80 19 5
Mail: contact@luluwhite.bar
Website


Opening hours
Daily 7pm till 2am

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