One Of The Biggest Beer Selections In Paris: Brewberry

24 beers on tap at Brewberry, Paris

Brewberry, Paris

11 Rue du Pot de Fer

75005 Paris

Metro: Place Monge, line 7

Hours: Tuesday to Saturday 4:00 PM – 2:00 AM, Sunday 4:00 PM – 11:00 PM, Closed Monday

On the walk between Le Jardin du Luxembourg and Jardin des Plantes sits one of the biggest beer selections in Paris: Brewberry.

Brewberry consists of two locations on opposite sides of the street: one with 24 different draft beers; the other with 450 different bottled beers.

While much of Paris focuses on wine pairings, Brewberry instead matches beer to their food menu.  Brewberry staff will recommend the best beer pairing for your salad, burger, veggie burger or fish.

For dessert, be sure to find out which beer goes best with the Ben and Jerry’s ice cream served at Brewberry.

24 beers on tap at Brewberry, Paris
24 beers on tap at Brewberry, Paris
Brewberry, Paris
450 bottled beers at Brewberry, Paris

Photos courtesy of Brewberry, Paris


Organic Ice Cream in Paris: Scaramouche Artisan Glacier

The menu at Scaramouche. Photo Courtesy Scaramouche

Scaramouche Artisan Glacier

22 Rue la Vieuville

75018 Paris

Metro Stop: Abbesses, line 12

Hours: 12:00 PM – 12:00 AM daily

For a healthy and delicious twist on ice cream in Paris, head straight to Scaramouche Artisan Glacier in Montmartre.

Scaramouche has a huge variety of fresh flavors that keep pace with the fruits of the season.  Scaramouches uses organic eggs and the freshest fruit in their products, and makes a point of knowing each ingredient provider personally.

Scaramouche’s flavors include chocolate mint, pistacchio, thyme and honey, lavande (with fresh lavender), organic lemon, apricot – and the list goes on.  Scaramouche provides free samples so you’re sure to get a favorite.

You’ll find Scaramouche by looking for the bright yellow store front just a short walk from Abbesses metro.

During the holidays, be sure to check out the colorful Christmas cakes available from Scaramouche.

Scaramouche sample. Photo Courtesy Scaramouche