Andy Wahloo

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The Marais

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Andy Wahloo is a hip little bar that channels the king of pop art, Andy Warhol, through a Moroccan village (wahloo meaning ‘I have nothing’ in Arabic). In a pretty private building in the Marais owned by the Mazouz brothers, this kitsch alternative bar fits in nicely with its trendy neighbouring restaurants Le Derrière and Le 404. It’s decorated with kitchen supplies from 70s Moroccan homes – paint pots as poufs, washing powder packets papering the walls – and there’s a lovely tree-lined courtyard. During the day, stretch out here on cushions for a mint tea, in the calm, with mezze on hand (aubergine caviar, hummus). When evening comes, it’s set aglow with romantic candlelight, and inside you can sit on Moroccan sofas, sipping one of the many inventive cocktails (around €10) that the menu offers during the happy hour (5pm-8pm). From Wednesday to Saturday, DJs get the evenings going with sophisticated electro, hip-hop and tropical electro. The bar gets (too) packed with a trendy crowd of regulars – it’s a shame that this beautiful place is often privately booked during the week, and that the atmosphere is a little superficial on nights where it’s overpopulated with wannabe celebs.

Venue name: Andy Wahloo
Address: 69 rue des Gravilliers
3e
Paris

Opening hours: 6pm-2am Tue-Sun
Price: free. Drinks €5-€14

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