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In the land of wine and champagne, an alcohol-free bar seems unthinkable – but it works.
Cozette is unlike any other bar in Paris. You’ll find no beer here and not a single ridiculously over-priced cocktail. Instead, it’s just mocktails, fruit juices and coffees at this ‘dry bar’, an alcohol-free zone branded as a cool, teetotal alternative to those overly boozy nights.
Located just moments away from La Fourche metro, this spacious café-bar has been split into several rooms (one being a play area for children) with massive sofas, an attractive bar area and Wi-Fi – if you need to work off-the-clock.
Forget Sex on the Beach – go to Cozette and order a Step on the Beach with aloe vera, lime, cinnamon and cranberries. The Godfather is another good choice, a ginger ale and grapefruit concoction with fresh mint leaves and mint extract. Alternatively, try their ‘signature juices’ like the Vitamix: a blend of fennel, apple, carrot, lime and ginger (€5.75).
Cheers to drinking responsibly, without moderation.
TRANSLATION: LEONIE CATER
20 avenue de Saint-Ouen
|Transport:||Metro: La Fourche|
|Opening hours:||Mon-Thur 9am-7.30pm, Fri 9am-9pm, Sat 10.30am-9pm.|