A play on the word ‘l’entrepôt’, ‘warehouse’, L’Entre Potes (‘between friends’) is a discreet bar full of surprises, from the huge vintage Ripolin paint company sign on the ground floor and the collection of tools that reference the building’s history as an upholstery factory, to the basement, which friendly owner Ali has cleverly decorated with mosaics and panels from an abandoned Métro station.
Drinks-wise, L'Entre Potes offers a good selection of affordable cocktails and whiskeys. As well as the classics (Bloody Mary, Long Island Ice Tea), try the Kamikaze (triple sec and lemon), the Sidecar (cognac, Cointreau and lemon) or the Mont Julep (bourbon, mint and sugar), and enjoy them on one of the basement’s comfortable armchairs.
|Venue name:||L'Entre Potes|
14 rue de Charonne
|Opening hours:||Tous les jours de 17h à 2h|
|Transport:||Métro : Bastille ou Ledru-Rollin|
|Price:||Pinte à 6 euros, cocktails à 8,50 euros|