Trac is a must-see Parisian bar: doubling as a culture hub, the venue has a weekly schedule of live music sets, jam sessions, master classes, open mics, theatre improv, DJ sets and even stand-up comedy. Opened in September 2014 by the team that created Djoon, Trac bar has a comfortable, creative vibe. And they haven’t finished with it yet: the owners have plans to develop their project further by opening up a record swap, book swap and gospel sessions so you can listen to ‘Oh Happy Day’ while having your brunch.
If the combination of cocktails and tapas (€4-10) sounds good to you, try chef Nicolas Serra’s original recipes (prices vary from €16-20) and enjoy the soul music playing in the background. During Happy Hour, Trac Punch will only set you back a fiver, so go ahead and indulge.
In summer, the large terrace is a gorgeous place to sit out; the rest of the year, take a seat under the heaters – Trac even provide blankets. What could be nicer?
|Venue name:||Le Trac|
72 avenue de France
|Opening hours:||Mon-Wed 8am-1am, Thu-Sat 8am-2am|
|Transport:||Métro/RER: Bibliothèque François Mitterand|