Where to Go in Paris

The fun at Be Spirits continues across the city into the evening

Partner bars are out to attract attendees with stunning presentation and amazing taste.
The fun at the Be Spirits bar within Vinexpo Paris will continue into the evening at 20 partner bars across the French capital. Here is a selection of the amazing venues that visitors to the show can visit.

Forever stylish, Jeffrey’s is a hide-out for the dapper and moustachioed but not only

Jefrey’s is a cocktail and whisky bar that has made a big impression since opening in Paris’s Montorgueil district in 2011. As well as serving its own cocktails, the bar also offers well-produced version of classic cocktails. Open every evening from 7 pm to 2 am, the bar has been praised by customers for its chic decor, excellent service, pleasant atmosphere and delicious snacks.

> 14 rue Saint-Sauveur, 75002 Paris

Dirty Lemon – the space

Dirty Lemon
Run by a British-Palestinian woman, Ruba Khoury, Dirty Lemon is a cocktail bar with decor that is said to fuse wood, brass and salmon-orange velvet. A recent addition to the Parisian nightlife scene, having opened in November, its cosy bar is located in a cobblestone street. Khoury takes care of the food menu, which includes dishes with a Middle Eastern flavour in line with the chef’s heritage.

> 24 rue de la Folie Méricourt, 75011 Paris

House Garden

House Garden
A cocktail and wine bar, House Garden offers patrons a green setting in line with the establishment’s environmentally friendly approach. Based in Rue Richard Lenoir, the bar is run by Olivier Martinez and Yann Salentin and offers, say customers, top-level original cocktails at competitive prices. There is a food menu that offers, among much else, a wide variety of cheeses and other snacks to go alongside the cocktails.

> 8 rue Richard Lenoir, 75011 Paris

Solera Paris

A chic cocktail bar in the south of Paris, Solera is known for its offbeat glassware – glasses come in all shapes and sizes – and extraordinary presentation. But it is absolutely not a case of image being more important than substance, because customers have praised the extraordinary flavours of the bar’s original cocktails. Boasting a particularly long bar, Solera has earned plaudits for its quirky, industrial-style atmosphere and excellent DJ.

> 283 rue Saint-Jacques, 75005 Paris