32 Cheap Bars In Paris (Beers Under €3 & Cocktails Under €5)

Paris is well-known for its many modern bars with crazy atmospheres, but also crazy-expensive cocktails. If you don’t want to pay €10 for a drink, don’t worry because we have found, the most affordable bars in Paris, with beers below €3 and cocktails below €5!

 

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Beer Bars

Charlie

52 rue Saint-Sebastien, 75011 Paris

Charlie

Charlie, actually named “Charlie et sa bière à deux balles” (Charlie and its two cents beer) is a friendly bar where you can spend an evening with your friends.

Beers don’t really cost exactly, but €4.

Opening hours: Everyday: 6PM – 2AM

More information on Facebook

 

Le Syphax

26 rue Châteaudun, 75009 Paris

You will have to arrive early if you want to sit down at a table to enjoy your drink under the vaulted roofs of Le Syphax.

The €3 beers attract a large number of people every night.

Opening hours: From Monday to Saturday: 8AM – 9PM

Official Website (in French)

 

O P’ti Paris

Cour des Petites Ecuries, 75010 Paris

At O P’ti Paris, tiny prices are everywhere.

During happy hour, you can enjoy a beer for €3 while sitting down on the terrace or even on the curb.

The rest of the time, they aren’t much more expensive and cost €4.

Opening hours: Everyday: 2PM – 1:30AM

 

Le Pantalon

7 rue Royer-Collard, 75005 Paris

Le Pantalon used to be one of the biggest Parisian brothels.

Today, it’s a bar decorated with large paintings of naked women and offering €3 beers during Happy Hour.

Opening hours: Everyday: 5:30PM – 1:45AM

The Bar’s Facebook Page

 

Bar Ourcq

68 Quai de Loire, 75019 Paris

In addition to its stunning view on the Canal de l’Ourcq, the Bar Ourcq and its blue facade offer the most affordable beers around the canal: only €2.50! Here, DJ concerts and/or pétanque tournaments organized, depending on the season.

Opening hours:
From Tuesday to Thursday: 3PM – 1AM
Friday and Saturday: 3PM – 2AM
Sunday: 3PM – midnight

Bar Ourcq’s Website (in French)

 

My Baar

152 Boulevard Montparnasse, 75014 Paris

No typo here -My Baar really is a bar with two “a” as well as the place to enjoy cheap beers.

During its seven-hour long Happy Hour -lasting from 3PM to 10PM- pints cost €3.

You can also enjoy some tasty tapas starting from €2.90.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday: 8AM – 2AM
Saturday: 3PM – 2AM

My Baar’s Website

 

La Bonne Excuse

61 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011 Paris

La Bonne Excuse probably takes its name from its €3 beers which really are the “perfect excuse” to share a drink with your friend.

The bar offers a friendly and retro atmosphere, it’s the ideal place for a fun and relaxing evening.

La Bonne Excuse’s Facebook Page

 

Le Cristal

163 avenue de Suffren, 75015 Paris

Located on the avenue de Suffren, the building’s green facade perfectly blends in with the peaceful scenery it is surrounded by.

Here, you will get 40cl beers for €2.60 which makes the pint a little more expensive than €3 (€3.25 exactly).

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday: 3PM – 1:45AM
Saturday: 3PM – 2AM
Sunday: 3PM – midnight

 

 

Student bars

The Wall

51 rue Lacépède, 75005 Paris

Located in the middle of the Latin District, The Wall welcomes you with an international decoration as well as an international audience composed of mostly foreign students.

Here, you will be able to enjoy a €3 pint while practicing foreign languages.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday: 3PM – 1AM
Saturday and Sunday: 3PM – 2AM

 

Student Bar

38 rue Mouffetard, 75005 Paris

Of course, the Student Bar couldn’t be anything but a student bar.

Here, they serve mini-priced beers as well as €5 cocktails.

Malibu, Cuba libre, gin fizz and many more to enjoy during the Happy Hours, lasting from 5PM to 10PM.

Another “little” specialty of this bar are the giant cocktails which can go from one to three liters.

 

Le Zéro Zéro

89 rue Amelot, 75011 Paris

Also very much liked by students, Le Zéro Zéro serves €3 beers as well as the place’s specialty: the Zéro Zéro, made with rum and ginger.

Its orange and yellow facade will definitely catch your attention.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday: 6PM –  1:45AM
Saturday and Sunday: 7:30PM – 1:45AM

More information on their Facebook Page

 

2bis Café

2 bis rue des Ecoles, 75005 Paris

The 2bis Café is Jussieu Campus’ students favorite bar.

But student or not, you will love to visit this lively bar and enjoy its €3 beers.

Opening hours: Everyday: 10AM – 2AM

2bis Café’s Facebook Page

 

Cocktail bars

Le Dix

10 rue de l’Odéon, 75006 Paris

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Credits : Le 10

 

This bar is the perfect place for sangria’s lovers.

Mini-prices and Happy Hours lasting from 6PM to midnight, on Mondays and Thursdays, are everything you need for a fun night.

The bar also has a vintage jukebox if you want to enjoy some retro music.

Opening hours: Monday to Saturday: 6PM – 2AM.

Le Dix’s Website (in French)

 

Le Kitch

10 rue Oberkampf, 75011 Paris

This 11th district bar offers a beautifully kitsch atmosphere.

Here, you will be able to pick a drink out of a large selection of cocktails; mojito, margarita, manhattan, martini and more, starting from €5.

Opening hours: From Monday to Saturday: 5:30PM – 2AM

 

 

Pubs

L’Orange Mécanique

72 bis rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011 Paris

L’Orange Mécanique
Credits: L’Orange Mécanique

L’Orange Mécanique takes its name and decoration from the famous Stanley Kubrick’s movie The Clockwork Orange.

Walls, chairs and tables are painted in orange and green as well as decorated with 60s fabrics.

Here, you can get a pint for €2.50 or some pastis for  €1.50.

Opening hours: Everyday: 6PM – 2AM

 

L’Objectif Lune

19 rue de la Roquette, 75011 Paris

L’Objectif Lune
Credits: L’Objectif Lune

L’Objectif Lune won’t take you to the moon, but to the Bastille District.

Here, beers are at €3 and while the bar closes late (at 5AM to 6AM), you don’t want to wait too long before ordering a drink since pints cost up to €7.60 after 1AM.

Cocktails cost €4 until 10PM.

Opening hours:
From Sunday to Thursday: 6PM – 5AM
Friday and Saturday: 6PM – 6AM

More information on their website (in French)

 

Au Taquet

19 rue Bleue, 75009 Paris

Located in Paris’ 19th district, this pub offers a countryside atmosphere and a terrace that gets quickly full by dozens of customers every day as soon as the place opens.

Here, pints cost €2.50 and cocktails cost €4.

You can also accompany your drink with some tapas.

Opening hours: From  Monday to Saturday: 4PM – 1:30AM

 

Le Dude

214 rue Saint-Maur, 75010 Paris

Le Dude is a bar entirely dedicated to The Big Lebowski.

Here, the entire decoration is made to remind you of the movie, from the bowling alley on the ceiling to the gigantic painting of the Dude behind the bar.

The Dude would have probably loved to spend some time there as beers cost €2.50 and cocktails cost €4.

Opening hours: From Monday to Saturday: 6PM – 1:45AM

The Dude’s Facebook Page

 

Chez Marie

219 rue Saint-Maur, 75010 Paris

This mini-prices bar is located right next to the Dude. Chez Marie offers the same prices as its neighbor: €2.50 for a pint.

The atmosphere is less extravagant but just as lovely.

You can also enjoy a game of football between two drinks.

Opening hours: From Tuesday to Saturday: 6PM –  2AM

Check out Chez Marie’s Facebook Page

 

Aux Folies

8 rue de Belleville, 75020 Paris

Aux Folies is the best place to enjoy a lively night in the 20th district of Paris.

In this big building, there is plenty of space for you to sit down and enjoy a €2.50 beer or €4.50 cocktail.

Opening hours: Everyday: 7AM – 2AM

Official Website (in French)

 

Les Pères Populaires

46 rue du Buzenval, 75020 Paris

Les Pères Populaires does everything to remind you of your childhood with items from the 80s and 90s strewn everywhere around the place.

But, unlike then, you are now legally allowed to drink alcohol and enjoy beers and rum at very low prices.

Football tournaments and delicatessen will accompany your evening.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday: 8AM – 2AM
Saturday and Sunday: 10AM – 2AM

Their Facebook Page

 

Bar à Mines

64 rue de Charenton, 75012 Paris

Le Bar à Mines wouldn’t have anything special if not for its friendly atmosphere and tiny rates.

After a €3 beer, between 5PM to 9PM, it’s time to start a football game.

The bar also offers an interesting menu full of cocktails at all prices.

Opening hours: Everyday: 4PM – 2AM

The Bar à Mines’s Facebook Page

 

Le Multiplex

27 rue Louise-Émilie de la Tour d’Auvergne, 75009 Paris

During the 7PM to 9PM Happy Hours, come enjoy a €2.90 beer.

Have fun playing some table football, drafts or flippers with your friend.

This bar is the perfect place for a successful evening.

Opening hours:
From Monday to Friday: 7AM – 2AM
Saturday: PM – 2AM

More information on their website (in French)

 

 

Cafés

Oberkafé

133 rue Oberkampf, 75011 Paris

Located on the rue Oberkampf, the Oberkafé offers -in addition to coffee and hot drinks- pints for €2.90 during its 4PM to 10PM Happy Hours.

A cozy atmosphere built with stone walls and wooden tables and a perfect place to enjoy some peace and quiet.

Opening hours: Every day: 8:15AM – 2AM

The Oberkafé’s Facebook Page

 

Grand Hôtel de Clermont

18 rue Véron, 75018 Paris

When first looking at the facade, there’s a chance you might think the place has been abandoned for centuries.

But looking inside, you will discover a beautiful bar with a decoration looking like that of an 18th-century café.

Come enjoy a €2.50 pint in a peaceful atmosphere.

Opening hours: Everyday: 8PM – 2AM

 

Tribal Café

3 Cour des Petites Ecuries, 75019 Paris

The Tribal Café not only serves hot drinks -including coffee and tea- but also beers, wine and other drinks.

During its Happy Hours, going from 6PM to 9PM, the pint, once again, costs €3.

The rest of the time, you will have to add one euro to enjoy a beer. Don’t leave at the end of the Happy Hour, as the café offers to all its customers a free plate of “moule-frites” (mussels and fries).

Opening hours: Everyday: 1PM – 2AM

Check out their Facebook Page

 

Yellow Mad Monkey

8 rue de Lappe, 75011 Paris

The Yellow Mad Monkey is a very original place.

Here, you will be able to enjoy your drink surrounded by the Amazonian jungle and fake animals.

The beers cost €3 and the cocktails cost €5.

Opening hours:
From Sunday to Wednesday: 5PM – 2AM
Thursday: 5PM – 4AM
Friday and Saturday: 5PM – 5AM

The Yellow Mad Monkey’s Facebook Page

 

 

Bar-restaurants and wine cellars

L’Attirail

9 rue au Maire, 75003 Paris

This bar located in Paris’ 3th district welcomes you with its surprising decoration and walls painted with old posters and ID pictures.

A concert livens up the place every night and you will be able to enjoy your beer in music for only €3.50.

If you get a little hungry, the place also offers salads and French fries for €5.50.

Opening hours: Everyday: 3PM – 2AM

Official Website (in French)

 

Chez Georges

11 rue des Canettes, 75006 Paris

Step into one of the most famous wine cellars of Paris.

Under its vaulted ceilings, you will be able to enjoy a good glass of wine starting from €3.

And if you are more of a beer lover, you can order a pint for the same price.

Opening hours:
From Sunday to Friday:  6PM – 2AM
Saturday: 3PM – 2AM

Chez Georges’ Facebook Page

 

La Cordonnerie

142 rue Saint-Denis, 75002 Paris

Located in the second district of Paris, during its 5PM to 9PM Happy Hours, this bar offers €2.50 beers and €4 cocktails.

And if you’re feeling a little hungry, every Thursday and Saturday evening, it’s free couscous for all the customers.

Opening hours: Everyday: 8AM – 2AM

 

Le Sully

13 rue du Faubourg Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris

Located in the 10th district, Le Sully is a building with red walls and bright neons.

Beers cost €3.50 all week and day long. For lunch or dinner, you will also get the chance to try the shop’s specialties.

Opening hours: Everyday: 7AM – 2AM

Check out their Facebook Page

 

A La Française

50 rue Léon Frot, 75011 Paris

À La Française is a very French bar with the French flag painted on the facade. In this restaurant, you can enjoy various cocktails made with only French alcohols.

The cost of the cocktails, named “coquetels”, varies from 5 to 7€.

You will also get the opportunity to try out some dishes cooked by the chef.

Opening hours: Everday: 10AM – 2AM

Official Website

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