What Are the Best Bars in Bastille Among All the Choice

Bastille is a trendy and popular district in the 11th arrondissement. It is full of bars and is a very popular place to party. It is known for its student parties (among others) and also for its festive and relaxed atmosphere.  So in which bars should you go in Bastille among all the choice? Here is the answer!

 

Bars with a relaxed atmosphere

Le Pause Café

Inside the bar
Crédits: Le Pause Café

Le Pause Café is a bar restaurant with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere.

The staff is quick and nice.

We love its pleasant terrace which is the perfect place to enjoy a drink, especially at sunset.

The movie “When the cat’s away” directed by Klapish was shot there.

This place is also a restaurant.

Price: 5 euros for a beer.

Address: 41 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru – Rollin).

Ratings:

-Google: 4.1/5
-Tripadvisor: 3.5/5

Website: Le Pause Café (website in French).

 

Le 138

Cocktails bars
Crédits: Le 138

This discrete bar is the perfect place to enjoy a drink without having to shout to talk to your friends.

It is a comfortable place with softened lights and a calm atmosphere.

They serve cocktails, wine and beers at affordable prices.

They serve food at any time so you can always order a croque-monsieur, a salad or toasts whenever you’re hungry.

Price: Draught beers from 3.50 euros.

Address: 138 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Antoine, 75012 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru – Rollin).

Ratings:

– Google: 3.9/5
– Tripadvisor: 3/5

Facebook page: Le 138 (Facebook page in French).

 

L’Entre Potes

This bar has a vintage decoration and is the perfect place to spend a simple and relaxed moment.

With its beams, its brick wall and its former underground station downstairs, this bar definitely looks like an old bistro.

Cocktails are tasty and affordable. The atmosphere is always relaxed.

Price: 6 euros for a pint, 8.50 euros for a cocktail.

Address: 14 rue de Charonne, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru -Rollin).

Ratings:

Google: 4/5

 

Le Bastide

This is a pleasant, simple, local bar. At Le Bastide, everyone is relaxed!

It is the oldest bar managed by the same boss (Kader) in all of Paris.

Go to the counter and enjoy your drink while chatting with both regulars and new customers. We are sure you will have good time here!

Price: 3.50 for a pint during the Happy Hour

Address: 18 rue de Lappe 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 1 (Bastille).

Ratings:

– Google: 4.8/5
– Tripadvisor: 5/5

 

Music Bars

Le Motel

Singer Le Motel
Crédits: Le Motel

From Tuesday to Sunday, Le Motel organizes musical (free of charge!) evenings.

Small concerts or over-excited DJs… there is something for every taste!

They also organize blind tests.

They serve innovative and tasty cocktails such as the Joe -vodka and watermelon- or the Léon des Bois -vodka, lime, strawberries, mint.

Sit comfortably on their second-hand, odd sofas just in front of their rainbow bar. You can also dance on the dance floor, the choice is yours.

Price: 4 euros for a pint and 5.8 euros for a pint during the Happy Hour.

Address: 8 Passage Josset, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru – Rollin).

Ratings: Google: 4.4/5

Website: Le Motel (website in French).

 

La Mécanique Ondulatoire

la mecanique ondulatoire poster
Crédits: La Mécanique Ondulatoire

This is the most rock bar in Bastille. Almost every night, they organize wild concerts.

On the first floor, you can enjoy a drink in a vintage bar full of character.

In the cellar, you can enjoy live concerts and listen to DJs music every weekend.

This is a rock’n’roll bar for people who love leather jackets and rock’n’roll.

Click here to book online.

Price: Pints from 4 euros and cocktails from 5 euros.

Address: 8 Passage Thiéré, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 1 (Bastille).

Ratings: Google: 4.3/5

Website: La Mécanique Ondulatoire (website in French).

 

Le Café de la Danse

Inside le café de la danse
Crédits: Le Café de la Danse

The Café de la Danse is located at the end of the discrete Passage Louis Philippe.

The best electro, pop and rock artists come in this underground bar.

Sébastien Tellier, Thomas Dutronc and even Miossec have performed there.

Dance on the dance floor while enjoying a beer or a cocktail, we promise you that you will have a crazy night!

Price: 4 euros for a pint.

Address: 5 passage Louis Philippe 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 1 (Bastille).

Ratings: Google: 4.4/5

Website: Le Café de la Danse (website in French).

 

Les Disquaires

Inside the bar
Crédits: Les Disquaires

This bar holds concerts and has a nightclub with a dance floor.

Its little scene is made of red polish concrete and is just in front of the dancefloor and the turntables.

The bar is decorated with temporary works created by Parisian artists.

Les Disquaires is the perfect place to listen to good music while enjoying a half-pint or a cocktail during the Happy Hour (6pm to 8:30pm).

They hold concerts of all kinds -jazz, funk, hip-hop, etc.

Price: 4.50 euros for a pint during the Happy Hour

Address: 4-6 Rue des Taillandiers, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru – Rollin) or 1 (Bastille).

Ratings: Google: 4.3/5

Website: Les Disquaires (website in French).

 

Wine Bars

Do you fancy a good glass of red wine with a platter of cold cuts or cheese? Here is our selection of the best wine bars in Bastille.

Le Baron Rouge

Inside
Crédits: Le Baron Rouge

This is an unmissable wine bar for wine lovers.

You will taste very good wines in a rustic style decor with woodworks.

Every Sunday, Le Baron Rouge serves oysters with Sancerre or a good red wine along with cold cults.

Price: From 2.50 euros for a glass of wine.

Address: 1 Rue Théophile Roussel, 75012 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru – Rollin).

Website: Le Baron Rouge (website in French).

 

Septime La Cave

This wine bar is well-known because famous people, such as Beyonce, came here.

They serve classic as well as organic and natural wines.

It is one of the best wine bars in Paris so let yourself go!

Price: From 5 euros for a glass of wine.

Address: 3 Rue Basfroi, 75011

How to get there? Underground line 9 (Charonne).

Ratings: Google: 4.6/5

Website: Septime La Cave

 

Bistro à vin Mélac

Bottles of wine
Crédits: Bistrot à vin Mélac

This traditional bistro-style wine bar serves homemade, high-quality wine.

The atmosphere is friendly and welcoming.

If you fancy something to eat, they serve delicious cuisine from Aveyron (a region located in the South West of France).

Address: 42 Rue Léon Frot, 75011 Paris

Underground line 2 (Alexandre Dumas).

Facebook Page: Bistro à vin Mélac 

 

La Cave à la Bastille

Frontage of the bar
Crédits: La Cave à la Bastille

La cave à la Bastille serves very good wines.

They have wines from every region of France. The quality and the value for money is good.

You can also enjoy a cold cut or cheese platter.

Address: 6 Rue Sedaine, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 5 (Bréguet – Sabin).

Ratings: Google: 4.3/5

Facebook page: La Cave à la Bastille (Facebook page in French).

 

Les Petits Crus

Facade of the bar
Crédits: Les Petits Crus

Les Petits Crus’ aim is to find the perfect match between wine and cheese… and they do so well!

They serve many kinds of cheese and their wines are all organic.

With your wine and your cheese, they will give you a little notice with information on what you are eating and recommendations on the best way to eat them.

Price: From 3.50 euros for a glass of wine.

Address: 13 rue Saint-Sabin, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 5 (Bréguet – Sabin).

Ratings: Google: 4.8/5

Website: Les Petits Crus

 

Theme Bars

Berliner Wunderbar

Facade of the bar
Crédits: Berliner Wunderbar

This Berlin bar serves German beers such as the Köstritzer or the l’Augustiner. They also serve delicious cocktails at affordable prices.

Take a seat and admire its high ceilings, its natural decor with plants and its pleasant atmosphere.

Price: 6 euros for a pint during the Happy Hour.

Address: 49 Rue de Lappe, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru – Rollin).

Ratings: Google: 4.4/5

Facebook page: Berliner Wunderbar

 

The Bottle Shop

Inside the bar
Crédits: Bottleshop Bar

The Bottle Shop is a small, intimist bar with an Anglo-Saxon atmosphere.

They serve five different draught beers and around 10 bottled beers, all selected with the greatest care.

Try out the Edelweiss or the Kilkenny (draught beers). You can also try the Pilsner, the Red Stripe or the Franziskaner (bottled beers).

Price: Pints from 4 euros.

Address: 5 Rue Trousseau, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru -Rollin).

Ratings: Google: 4.3/5

Facebook page: The Bottle Shop

 

The Red House

Inside the red house
Crédits: Le Red House

This bar is decorated in a rock’n’roll and western-style -stone walls: cow skulls which are typical from Texas, etc.

They serve many cocktails such as the Purple Haze (gin, coriander, lemon, grapefruit) and also homemade beers.

Are you hungry? Do not worry, they serve nachos with cheddar and pickles.

Price: Around 10 euros for a cocktail.

Address: 1 bis Rue de la Forge Royale, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru – Rollin).

Ratings: Google: 4.3/5

Facebook page: The Red House

 

Tape Bar

The Tape Bar is a small place inspired from New York local bars.

The walls are covered with street art. The underground atmosphere is guaranteed!

They play hip-hop and funk music.

We recommend you come during the Happy Hour (6pm to 9pm) so you will enjoy very cheap pints and cocktails.

Price: 3.80 for a pint and 5 euros for a cocktail during the Happy Hour.

Address: 21 Rue de la Roquette, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 5 (Bréguet – Sabin).

Ratings: Google: 4.3/5

Facebook page: Tape Bar

 

Quirky Bars

Want to spend an original time? Give a look at our selection of the best quirky bars in Bastille.

Bar Les Furieux

Do you miss the time when you had a grunge style in high school? If this is the case, this bar is perfect for you!

Les Furieux is a rock’n’roll bar with a red decoration and a large terrace.

No matter if you choose to drink a Guinness or a homemade cocktail, you will always enjoy the rock’n’roll, friendly atmosphere of this place.

Price: Cocktails from 7.60 euros, beers from 3.50 euros.

Address: 74 Rue de la Roquette, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 5 (Bréguet – Sabin).

Ratings:

– Google: 4/5
– Tripadvisor: 4/5

Website: Les Furieux (website in French).

 

Au Lèche – Vin

This place is famous for its original, religious-kitsch decoration.

At the Lèche – Vin, you can enjoy drinks while expiating your sins.

We bless the waiters who are always friendly. Prices are affordable.

Price: 2.80 euros for a half-pint.

Address: 13 Rue Daval, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 5 (Bréguet – Sabin).

Ratings:

– Google: 4.4/5
– Tripadvisor: 4/5

Facebook page: Au Lèche – Vin (Facebook Page in French)

 

The Moonshiner

Inside the bar
Crédits: Le Moonshiner

The Moonshiner is one of the best hidden speakeasies in all of Paris.

This beautiful speakeasy is inspired from the 1930s. It is hidden behind the pizzeria Da Vito’s cold room.

They serve original, delicious cocktails in a cozy atmosphere.

Will you find it?

Price: 5 euros for a pint.

Address: 5 rue Sedaine, 75011 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 5 (Bréguet – Sabin).

Ratings:

– Google: 4.5/5
– Tripadvisor: 4/5

Facebook page: The Moonshiner (Facebook page in French).

 

The Moumoute Bar

In this quirky bar, everything is covered with … Hair! Chairs, lamps, floor, etc.

Another unusual fact about this place is that there are not many seats. Indeed, customers can lay down on beds and cushions. The beds are separated with net curtains.

The view of the Place de la Bastille is wonderful, especially at sunset.

Price: From 10.60 euros for a cocktail (You have to buy a drink to enter this place).

Address: 6 Place de la Bastille, 75012 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 5 (Bréguet – Sabin).

 

The Calbar

Cocktails
Crédits: Le Calbar

This is a beautiful cocktail bar with an intimate atmosphere.

You will love the decoration inspired from New York lofts -red bricks, quilted couch, etc.

You may be wondering why we put The Calbar in the category “quirky bars”. We did so because waiters serve you… in their underwear (and with a bow tie)!

If you want to enjoy a delicious cocktail while admiring the waiters’ bodies, The Calbar is made for you!

Price: Around 12 euros for a cocktail.

Address: 82 Rue de Charenton, 75012 Paris

How to get there? Underground line 8 (Ledru – Rollin).

Ratings:

– Google: 4.6/5
– Tripadvisor: 4.5/5

Facebook: The Calbar

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