At the back of a garden, you can find a hidden and well-to-do little spot reminiscent of what you can find in New York or Berlin. A relaxing exhale with some green away from all of the usual Parisian brouhaha.
A restaurant-bar in open air with bricks and variegated pitchers collected by the owners who combed through markets for the collection, it is a calm and pretty garden of 300 m2 with lawn chairs. With very accessible prices (coffee at 1.2€, pints at 4.5€, meals from 11€), it is all in the northeast of Paris: welcome to the coolest and most bohemian bar of the city (a must, far from the standards of the chic terraces and rooftops of the summer) and hidden behind the garden of Père Lachaise.
For who? A perfect ambiance for friends during an apéritif or a brunch, for families (with books and games), artists (with a piano and artistanal beer), and foodies (for their great menu).
When? Open Tuesdays to Fridays from 9:30Am to 11:30PM (restaurant open until 1AM), Saturdays from 10AM to 11:30PM and Sundays from 11AM to PM. Reserve your brunch (17€) or your table here.
Where: 39 Rue Pelleport, 75020 Paris, France
Metro: Porte de Bagnolet (Line 3)