Time Out says
The Marais neighbourhood's favourite bar.
What should I drink? A glass of wine or a pint.
La Perle is so popular that it is full from open to close. This former PMU has been pimped up with designer chandeliers, bursts of colour and fun details. There are delicious snacks made for drinking and hearty well-priced lunches too, but the big draw is its huge bay windows and charming terrace. Hipsters, fashionistas and tourists alike flock to this essential Marais address for aperitif hour and the atmosphere gets seriously merry come nightfall.
78 rue Vieille du Temple
|Transport:||Metro: Saint-Paul or Filles du Calvaire|
|Opening hours:||6.30am-2am Mon-Fri; 8am-2am Sat, Sun.|
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I was in Paris for a vacation and I met for the first time in the Marais district of Paris. Beautiful, quaint, and in which the air is truly Parisian, full of small shops and art galleries. A note of the style it deserves because it also houses the Brasserie La Perle, delightful place, right in the French style, with simple furnishings and comfortable, convenient location, accessible, near many tourist .... and the dishes are delicious, plentiful and excellent quality! The staff is also friendly, fast and efficient. I would recommend it for lunch or for a breakfast, I was really very pleased with it and will definitely be back as soon as I get the chance. Maybe you want to try the nightly version, I've heard good things! Guys, this marked address in your travel notes!