The Moose Bar and Grill
16 rue des 4 Vents
Metro Stop: Odéon, lines 4 and 10
Hours: 11:00 AM – 2:00 AM. Serving food 11:00 AM – 11:50 PM
The Moose Bar and Grill brings the American sports bar experience straight to the heart of Paris.
The Moose features live NFL, NBA and NHL programming, as well as American college sports. European rugby matches also work well with the huge selection of beer here.
The Moose serves a generous selection of sports grill favorites: sandwiches, hamburgers, and even hot dogs. Canadian poutines, the tailgate-like combo of french fries, cheese, and light gravy, are also a crowd favorite.
Paname Brewing Company, Paris
41 bis Quai de la Loire
Metro: Crimée, line 7
Hours: 11:00 AM – 2:00 AM daily
The waters of Basin de la Villette in the 19th arrondissement provide an incredible setting for Paname Brewing Company’s Parisian craft beers.
Followers of the craft beer movement in Paris will love Paname’s selection, which includes:
- Le Barge Du Canal, IPA
- L’Oeil De Biche, Pale Ale
- Un Singe En Hiver, Pre-Prohibition Lager
- Casque D’Or Saison, Belgian Wheat
- Bete Noire Black IPA, Black Ale
Paname also has a rock solid brewery menu serving up cheeseburgers, salads, pizza, and even cheesecake.
No reservations needed – tables are first come, first served.
Photos courtesy Paname Brewing Company
Septime La Cave, Paris
3 Rue Basfroi
Metro: Charonne, line 9
Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 4:00 PM -11:00 PM. Closed Sunday and Monday.
Septime La Cave wine bar is a satisfying taste of the highly successful Septime group of restaurants. Septime La Cave’s rustic, reclaimed, cool and casual setting is a perfect place to pick your wine.
The wine list here includes French selections and more. Wine can be ordered to go, or enjoyed along with tapas choices in the small and exclusive space. Grab a place at the bar, or a corner of the counter and enjoy.
Septime La Cave is reasonably priced, and no reservations are taken.
Photo Credit: Benjamin Schmuck
22 Rue de La Jonquière
Metro: Guy Môquet, line 13
Hours: Monday to Friday 6:00 PM – 2:00 AM, Saturday 3:00 PM to 2:00 AM. Closed Sunday.
For an utterly interesting late night whiskey and beer, head to Octopussy bar in the 18th arrondissement.
Open since mid-2014, Octopussy is known for events such as blind taste tests, clothing exchanges, oyster tastings and more. These occasions fit with the overall rock-and-roll vibe of the place. Live bands also stop by.
Octopussy is also a great place to catch a rugby match on TV, and even just relax in the comfy lounge upstairs.
Octopus decor is all around but not overwhelming – check out the octopus lights and octopus tip jar at the bar.
Photos courtesy Octopussy, Paris
Breizh Cafe, Paris
109 rue Vieille du Temple
Metro Stop: Filles du Calvaire, line 8
Hours: Wednesday to Saturday 11:30 AM – 11:00 PM, Sunday 11:30 AM to 10:00 PM
A short walk northeast of Notre Dame Cathedral takes you to one of most highly acclaimed creperies in Paris: Breizh Cafe.
Breizh Cafe’s accommodating staff serves up all kinds of crepes, from lunch to late night. Crepes here are made in the Breton style, which means they use the original recipe from the birthplace of the crepe in Brittany, France.
Breizh Cafe’s location is great for people watching – right in the heart of Marais shopping, dining and museums.
Next door to the cafe is Breizh’s own grocery store, where you’ll find ingredients for your own crepes, as well as coffee, pasta, wine and more.
As one of the more popular creperies in Paris, reservations at Breizh Cafe are a good idea.
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