The Best Bars In Paris With Modern Design In Time For Maison Et Objet

Maison et objet during the day and the best bars in Paris at night. Sounds like a great plan right?

Maison et objet 2019 is right around the corner and ready to bring design to a new level once again. With all the design events and the Paris trade show during the day, you might feel like relaxing a little bit after in one of the best bars in Paris. Paris nightlife is full of options for you so we selected some of our favorite and we are sure that you gonna love it!

SEE ALSO: 5 Restaurants To Visit When You’re In Paris For Maison et Objet 2019

Le Gallopin

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One of the oldest bars from this list, which opened in 1876, and that has been restored to its original look recently but with a fresh feeling and a few details to fit in the modern era.  A great place to enjoy the contemporary twist applied to the re-created cocktails from the past.

Terrass Bar

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Located in the heart of romantic Montmartre, with perfect views of Paris, Terrass Bar is the perfect spot to go right before the sunset and stay there till the end of it and after so you can see the Eiffel Tower shining in the distance. To enjoy the time you spend there, you can always ask one of the 16 signature cocktails with some sandwiches or a cheeseboard.



Le Mabel

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Are you a rum lover? Then this is the right spot for you! Le Mabel has 150 different options for you including some unique barrel rums. A minimalist design with leather couches and mid-century barstools will help you out to relax and enjoy the flavor of each drink that you ask, and if you get hungry you can always eat a grilled sandwich or the signature pulled pork.

Little Red Door

Impossible to miss the Little Red Door’s, little red door, on Rue Charlot.

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The mix between 2 different worlds, the excellence of Parisian with the NYC look, made this bar one of the top 50 bars in the world in 2017. If this ain’t enough to convince you to visit this place then you should hear about their cocktail. We would recommend the Art Deco or the Modernismo. The Art Deco is a tasty blend of whiskey, cognac, dates and violet tea, while Modernismo blends Gin, Champagne, Citrus and a touch of lemon.

Le Syndicat

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As people use to say: “Don’t judge a book by its cover”; the same applies to this bar, which can mislead you by the look from the outside, but as soon as you get inside, your opinion will change. You will feel warm by the amazing hospitality, the trendy vintage look and of course, the amazing cocktails that will be waiting for you. In this bar, we recommend the Nevez Old Fashioned.

Editor’s Choice

Kelly Bar Chair

Kelly is a bar stool inspired by the curved and sculpted arches from the bar in the classic movie Casablanca. The body is a full piece of polished brass and features a low back, a foot rail and brown leather on the seat. Besides being stylish, it is made to be comfortable.


Collins Bar Chair

Collins is a crescent open back bar chair designed with sleek mid-century modern lines. It has glamorous glossy black legs, accented by polished brass details, especially in the bottom legs, and is upholstered in velvet. A luxurious statement for your home furnishing.




Dolly Coffee Table

Dolly is a mid-century bistro table, inspired by the French style that was very popular during the 1920s années folles. It features a beautiful nero Marquina marble top and a traditional brass band which encompasses the rim of the table. The three leg base is finished in gold plated brass and accented by a black lacquer finish on the stem. The perfect addition to a bistro, cafe, restaurant, hotel or indoor patio.




SEE ALSO: 5 Restaurants To Visit When You’re In Paris For Maison et Objet 2019

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