A moment from République, Le Little finally gives to this awkward Parisian crossroads a relaxed, ‘bobo’ venue perfect for after-work drinks. Unsurprisingly, the place is tiny, but it has high ceilings and a slick décor with wood everywhere and the burnished walls that give an old-style charm. A few vintage school tables and chairs, a brick wall, cosy banquettes with comfortable cushions and dimmed designer lighting make for a cosy atmosphere.
At apéro hour, the ambiance inside is calm, though the terrace is a little too noisy with the traffic outside. During the long happy hour from 5pm to 9pm, a pint is €4 and a glass of good wine €3.50. Afterwards, you can still get a good classic cocktail for just €7. The discreet background music at the beginning of the evening becomes a powerful clubbing set later on – and from Thursday to Saturday, the patron pushes the tables to one side and installs a DJ booth. Because Le Little is above all a festive bar/club that’s starting to be get a reputaion among party-going Parisians. DJs like L-Vis, Marie-Madeleine and Clara 3000 mix well-chosen dance sounds, attracting a keen crowd of regulars. If during the day Le Little is a calm place for coffee and the papers, its bar is also an ideal spot for kicking off a seriously lively evening.
|Venue name:||Le Little|
4 avenue de la République
|Opening hours:||Mon-Sat 4pm-2am|
|Transport:||Métro : République|