The third cocktail bar from the Experimental Club team.
What should I drink? A Mazarine.
This is the third venture from the Experimental Cocktail Club and Curio Parlor team, this time in the ultra-chic Saint-Germain-des-Prés area. Like its predecessors, Prescription Cocktail Club is cosy, trendy and sophisticated. The cocktails are creative and delicious and you’ll find yourself turning your back on the usual Mojito, in exchange for something like the Mazarine, the house speciality of champagne and red berries. Brick walls, soft lighting, lamps in the shape of bowler hats and an ancient collection of books add buckets of charm. The music is varied, from jazz on weekdays to DJs on weekends, when the bar packs out.
|Venue name:||Prescription Cocktail Club|
23 rue Mazarine
|Opening hours:||7pm-2am Mon-Thur; 7pm-4am Fri, Sat; 8pm-2am Sun|
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Last night 5 friends out for a good time in Paris. 2 men are standing in the doorway talking. I say bon soir and try to go inside the men put their hands up to block the door and very rudely tell me (us) to stop. Then as we try to figure out what's going on they are telling us the rules of Parisian clubs and how we must stop. There were no ropes up and nothing to indicate that they were hired help for the club. Then as they observe that we are American (really Canadian) they say "oh Americans how typical." As two people in our group tried to plea our case then they decided "only 4 of you can enter". We were just 2 couples and an in town guest out for a good time and drinks. The owner lost out on some money bc the egotistical help at the door.