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5. Le Mary Celeste1 Rue Commines, Paris
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This cocktail bar does a number of quality drinks (including a terrific take on the classic Sazarac), but the best part of this place might just be the fact that you can get a cocktail in a flask to go.
Candelaria, in the 3rd arrondissement, is a practically 24hr taqueria that's got all the Mexican goodness you could want, plus a brunch menu and a ton of cocktails, including more than a few filled with tequila. The coolest part of Candelaria is the spot's well-hidden second half: behind an unmarked white door by the kitchen you'll find a DJ spinning alongside the bar that's now considered among the top four cocktail bars in the world according to Tales of the Cocktail.
Located near the Champs-Elysées, this house of 'tails concocts some of the finest libations around, using house-made syrups, and other specialty ingredients.
Le Calbar's well-dressed bartenders can whip up just about anything you ask 'em for, and you can order some tasty club sandwiches while you're at it. There's even a rotating selection of wines and champagnes to choose from, in case you in a celebratory mood.
Run by the same cocktail team as at Candelaria, Mary Celeste is prominently known for their mixed 'tails, featured a massive menu of creative concoctions.
This place is done up in a classic '70s French spirit and you'll find a number of classic 'tails to go along with it, including a Fig Leaf Collins made with Beefeater, lemon juice, and a fig leaf syrup.
This craft cocktail heaven is located in the up-and-coming SoPi 'hood and serves small plates as well as a rotating cocktail menu.
LRD is a unique and innovative specialty bar in Paris, serving up delicious craft cocktails in a pleasant and comfortable setting.
This tapas bar/resto plates some tasty seafood, but the real draw is their cocktail list, which features a quality Pisco Sour, and a revamped version called the Pisco Fizz that has cucumber, grapefruit, basil, and lemonade.