16 quai du Louvre, 75001, Paris, France
Zoom on the Right Bank Seine embankments, freshly liberated of all cars (now you say: Parc Rives de Seine), featuring a brand new waterfront terrace. Located between Pont Neuf and Pont des Arts, this trendy neo-guinguette, is the work of a small collective of foodies, spearheaded by Déborah Pham, founder of the highly respected magazine Mint. In other words, the hot spot for sun-filled lunches and chill happy hour.A cool, chill and bucolic atmosphere—in short, just the kind of place we love, doubled up with a view worthy of a post card with the Seine and Ile de la Cité in front of your eyes.
LE FAUSTPont Alexandre III - Rive Gauche 75007 Paris
Geographical location: a chic and super vegetal shack, ideally located on the now pedestrian Seine embankments at Invalides. In other words a small corner of holidays and paradise right in the middle of Paris.
À la carte: a super chic Peyrassol bar that serves the best made in Provence rosés, grey and dry as we like them (8€ the glass), as well as a slew of cocktails. Also to be tested: the rôtisserie and cool nibbles (spanish plancha, 12€, hot dog 8€, burger with french fries 15€).
We like: deck chairs to chill while watching the sunset… Opening hours: from 6pm to 2am.
Port de la Conférence, Pont de l'Alma, 75008 Paris
Enjoying a fresh cocktail with a background soundtrack of perfect DJ sets along the water and a diving view on the Eiffel Tower...
Way to go : get there as soon as possible to avoid
queueing up, stock up on credits to be able to order for a bottle of Minuty Prestige (40€) rosé.
4, Port des Invalides – 75007
Known for its rooftop bar, open year-round, the Flow spills out onto the quayside for summer! An ideal spot to sit back in a deckchair
and enjoy a snack in a festive atmosphere on the banks of the Seine
whilst feasting your eyes on the majestic Alexandre III bridge …
Port de Javel Bas, 75015 Paris
La Javelle exudes a kind of retro charm: fairy lights overhang large wooden tables, while bands play folk ditties on the accordion. A rowdy bar that serves traditional French bitters and a small selection of excellent food trucks (think curry and burgers) complete the picture. Plays, gigs and yoga classes are also held on a regular basis.