Wine Bars in Paris

by Traveling Professor on December 21, 2013

Bistrot Melac, 42 rue Léon Frot, 11th.  Métro: Charonne Since 1938 people have been discovering little-know wines from the Languedoc and Loire regions here.  The menu features foods from the Aveyron region, famous for its cheeses.  Website: http://www.melac.fr/pages/english.htmlParisWineBar

Racines,  Passage des Panoramas, 2nd.  Métro:  Grands Boulevards Located in an enclosed passageway, this relatively new wine bar features organic wines.  Open weekdays.  Website: http://www.paris-update.com/restaurants/racines.htm

L’Ecluse, 15, quai des Grands Augustins, 6th.  Métro:  St-Michel This wine bar offers delectable wines with simple, seasonal cuisine.  They boast that over 600,000 glasses of Bordeaux are served annually here.  There are also four other locations.  Website:  http://www.leclusebaravin.com/us

Le Baron Bouge, 1, rue Théophile Roussel, 12th.  Métro:  Ledru-Rollin This is what comes to mind when you think  “Bar à Vins”.  It is filled with market traders and flea market  shoppers during the day.  At night, the young, hip crowd comes alive.
Taverne Henri IV, 13 place du Pont-Neuf, 1st.  Métro:  Cité or Pont-Neuf Conveniently located near the most popular tourist sites on the tip of Île de la Cité, it is a quiet spot for some good wines and relaxation.

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