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Au Clair de Lune

Bars and pubs Montmartre
3 out of 5 stars
Au Clair de Lune
©Emmanuel Chirache Au Clair de Lune

Time Out says

3 out of 5 stars

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Between Château Rouge and Montmartre, Au Clair de Lune is an unpretentious, lively bar where the locals like to meet for an aperitif and a gossip. The long happy hour runs from 6pm to 10pm, with pints of Stella for €3.50, Leffe for €4.70 or cocktails for €5. A few old posters, orange poufs and some '70s-style tables escaped the recent renovations. We love the neon pink above the old-fashioned counter, the friendly staff who know all their regular customers by name, the hip clientele and, perhaps most of all, the rock bottom prices.
One corner of the room is reserved for small groups whilst out the front, a verandah looking onto the street offers high tables and becomes a smoking corner in summer. On sports match nights, the screen attracts a more masculine crowd than usual. Once the televisions are turned off, the funk/soul/reggae is pumped up.




Address: 1 rue Ramey

Transport: Métro : Château Rouge
Price: Bières à 2,50 euros
Opening hours: Tous les jours de 8h à 2h
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