The nicest and tastiest wine bars in Paris

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If you don’t go to Paris for the museums, the restaurants or the boulangeries, then it is for the wine. Nowhere else will you find so many cozy bars with the tastiest wines by the glass, or by the bottle if you want to go for it. Almost always accompanied by good bites, which means that you don’t have to leave your place all evening. We have put together our favorite wine bars for you.

No far-from-your-bed show concepts or slick Instagram pages, but cozy, accessible and the way to discover your new favorite wines.

Aux Deux Amis

45 Rue Oberkampf 

It has been a favorite for years and has remained oh so common. Aux Deux Amis would walk right past you and that’s exactly what makes the wine bar so much fun. French music in the background, people hanging out at the bar and an interior that seems to have been neglected since the 1980s.

The charcuterie on the chalkboard are certainly worth a try, but the larger appetite has also been thought of. The small terrace is often fuller in the evening than the bar itself, because in Paris everyone still smokes, it seems.

Septime la Cave

3 Rue Basfroic 

A wine bar from the highly sought after Septime and Clamato ? That’s all you need on a trip to Paris. Septime La Cave is therefore exactly what you would hope for a wine bar to look like: wooden facade, cozy interior, delicious wines and unforgettable tasty snacks to go with it.

Bar Martin

24 Bd du Temple

It has been around for a little over a decade, but in recent years it has emerged as the wine bar for creative young Paris. The atmosphere is like a warm blanket: think a brown pub with chalkboard and enthusiastic service. Not pretentious at all, but secretly very good dishes and natural wines for sympathetic prices. Plus a large terrace, which is also not often seen in Paris.

Far Vole

67 rue de Lancry

With several branches, it is worth a visit anyway. You can do that in the bistro/wine shop with delicious food, or visit the wine shop or the épicerie. Not quite 100% officially a wine bar, but just a large and good selection.

La Cave Paul Bert

16 rue Paul Bert

Small and cozy and therefore immediately feels like your favorite hangout. But then with a great range of (natural) wines, that should be clear. From the same owner as the adjacent Bistrot Paul Bert, who are known for its very tasty oeufs mayonnaise . A great combination for an evening, we think.

La Buvette

67 Rue Saint-Maur

Such a typical somewhat rickety but oh-so-charming French facade: we wouldn’t want it any other way. La Buvette is a low key wine bar – with of course some snacks here too – understatement -, it remains Paris after all.

It is located in the cozy 11th arrondissement. As with many wine bars in Paris, La Buvette also applies: reservations are not possible. So go on time.

Chambre Noir

82 rue de la Folie-Mericourt 

We are a little bit repetitive, but after all, it makes us the happiest: sympathetic French wine bars with passionate owners, good food and a casual atmosphere. Add to that the small prices and oh yes, did we mention that the wine is unforgettably delicious?

> Oh and, hangover the next morning? Then stop by one of these bakeries in Paris.

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