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Paris’s Best New Cocktail Bars: Le Coq, Little Red Door, Glass and More

by Forest Collins
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Forest Collins

Forest Collins chronicles her search for the finest cocktails in Paris on her blog, 52 Martinis. Every Wednesday, she tries a new place. She starts with a martini for a standard of comparison and then usually orders a second. Got a bar you think makes great drinks? Let her know, she'd love to try it! View Forest Collins's Website

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12 comments on “Paris’s Best New Cocktail Bars: Le Coq, Little Red Door, Glass and More

Lauren & anonymous: it’s true – Glass is rather tiny. I always go very early evening to avoid the crowds and stick with smaller groups for that one.

Meg: I do like the Club. I haven’t been for awhile so wasn’t sure if they’d kept up the good quality, so really glad to hear they have!

Meg G @ De quelle planète es-tu?

Great list! I would say the only one missing is The Club. I have been DYING to go to LRD! Must do that asap…
Glass is certainly one of my top 5 favorite places in Paris. Brooklyn IPA on tap = HEAVEN.
Love these photos.

Thank you for the fantastic list… it’s always a pleasure to know a good spot for a cocktail in Paris…:) xv

Glass has great cocktails and beer, and overall the ambiance is nice. Helpful hint for those wanting to go to Glass: don’t try to go in a big group for a birthday or other type of soirée. We asked if table reservations were possible, were told yes, and by 11 PM, they were already trying to kick us out of our seats, saying we were interrupting the dance floor. I get it’s a tiny spot, but having never been before, when we got the response that tables were possible, we thought we were golden. Just a friendly FYI!

Was just about to leave the same comment…

Illysia… you are 100% correct. We will do that for you ASAP (probably tomorrow morning). Thank you so much for pointing that out.

Would be so helpful if addresses were included in posts with bars/restuarants, or at least hyperlinks. Or did I miss them?

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