Nestled between En attendant Rosa and Le Faust, Le Flow is the trendiest and most banging of the three. Announcing itself with pounding house music and a forest of deckchairs, it’s a place to socialise and drink (pricy) beer. The food menu toes a similar line to its neighbours’: salads, burgers and platters of meat and cheese at €12-15 for a main. And, following Rosa’s example, the owners are planning to relocate onto a permanently moored boat in 2014. For now, it’s the fun vibe that sets Le Flow apart, and justifies the slightly elevated prices.
|Venue name:||Le Flow|
Sous le pont Alexandre III
|Opening hours:||Daily 10am-12:30am|
|Transport:||Métro : Champs-Elysées - Clemenceau ou Assemblée Nationale ; RER C : Invalides|
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