A Ménilmontant tapas bar with an old-fashioned jukebox.
What should I drink? A pint on the terrace.
Ménilmontant is still one of the best areas in Paris. And the tapas bar opposite from the Notre-Dame de la Croix church only strengthens its case. Authentic and affordable (€3.50-6.50 per plate), there’s patatas bravas, bocadillos with Poilâne bread, ham and mozzarella, sautéed shrimp, mini-chicken skewers and tortilla.
To wash it all down, there’s a range of rums, cocktails and regularly changing well-priced wines. As if that wasn’t enough to keep you busy, there’s a free jukebox and when the weather is good, a charming little terrace bursting with flowers.
|Venue name:||Demain c'est loin|
9 rue Julien Lacroix
|Opening hours:||Tue 4pm-2am, Wed-Sat 11am-2am, Sun 11am-midnight|
|Price:||Tapas €3.50-6.50, platters around €10|