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1. Prescription Cocktail Club23 Rue Mazarine, Paris
2. Babylone Bis34 rue tiquetone, Paris
3. Le Grazie91 Boulevard Beaumarchais, Paris
4. Frenchie To Go9 rue du Nil, Paris
5. La Maison Kayser19 rue Valette, Paris
6. Little Red Door60 rue Charlot, Paris
7. Sherry Butt20 rue Beautreillis, Paris
8. Le Calbar82 rue de Charenton, Paris
9. Maria Loca31 boulevard Henri-IV, Paris
10. Café Lomi3 ter rue Marcadet, Paris
11. Le Tambour41 Rue Montmartre, Paris
12. Les Buttes Chaumont38 avenue Simon Bolivar, Paris
The Prescription Cocktail Club has the cure for what ails you, that is, if some of the best cocktails in the city is the medicine you're looking for.
This African resto serves up original French Creole specialties -- including chicken maffé -- which were the precursors to Cajun fare.
This spot is one of the finest in Paris for Italian fare, especially their wood-fired pizzas, as well as their interesting and tasty cocktails from behind the bar.
You'll find fancier restos in Paris, but fare doesn't get more solid than at Frenchie, which does a variety of sandwiches and a quality fish & chips.
This bakery and sandwich shop doles out some of the most delicious fresh-baked breads and pastries you'll find in Paris (and in other cities around the world like Tokyo and New York).
LRD is a unique and innovative specialty bar in Paris, serving up delicious craft cocktails in a pleasant and comfortable setting.
This cocktail bar may have a strange name, but its dim lights and chill music make it the perfect spot to sip on some of the city's best cocktails.
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.
This local bar features a number of specialty cocktails, as well as an extensive menu of spirits, wine, and food. You can even catch live music and DJ performances on select nights of the week.
You'll find creatives on laptops at Café Lomi, lured in by its artisanal roasts, free Wi-Fi, and assortment of pastries and other baked goods. A hidden gem of sorts, it's tucked in a northern corner of the city, but the trek is always worth the quality joe and the local vibe.
This little resto plates an array of French cuisine, and is a favorite of locals and tourists alike. There's also a full bar, along with a fine wine selection, in case you're not in the mood for strictly food.
This historic park was constructed in 1867 for the Universal Exhibition, and features a rich variety of plant life for visitors to admire. The park's very hilly, and also has a number of caves and waterfalls in its interior.