Now follow the Quai d’Orsay and then wind your way down to Rue de l’Université, eventually turning right on Rue Sarcouf. Here you will find the concept cocktail bar The Club. With a slick interior, this place is known for two things: their cocktails and their club sandos. They do specialty mixeds (try the Jamaican Mule for example), as well as the classics, the 'tenders can mix pretty much anything. From here, make your way to the grand avenue leading from Invalides back to the river and in your joyful, light buzz, admire the frankly gorgeous gilded bridge, Pont Alexandre III, as you traverse the river.
Brasserie Grand Palais
Now you’re back on the Right Bank and only a few steps from Grand Palais, the famous Parisian exhibition hall and museum. Good news: it has its own brasserie, which is good, because you will need a thirst-quenching beer. This is your classic French bar, so get a pint of something Belgian, or if you’re wussily trying to save yourself for the rest of the crawl, minimize and get the demi. From here, you can go north to the Champs-Elysees and make your way east to Les Tuileries and through the gardens to the Louvre.