Nostalgic French Pub

While strolling on a sunny summerevening we did pass a little café “très sympa”, turned around and had a drink. We didn’t need to go home yet as we stayed another night at the Montmartre Studio Lofts. The owner of the place is a very friendly young man who wanted to start a small neighbourhood café where everybody can jump in, have a chat and a drink or nibble. As he pointed : “I want to have a café where a woman on her own can have a drink at the bar without being bothered” He offers different housewines by the glass. And you can have a platter of cheese or charcuterie at a fair price.

The atmosphere is sixties-seventies with a twist. Music is good and on a big screen they show old french musictelevision. When there is a rugby match it’s shown on the big screen too which gives it a sporty macho ambiance at that moment.

Nostalgique French Pub, 46, Rue de la Tour d’Auvergne, 75009 Paris, open 7/7 until 2 h

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re: Nostalgic French Pub

I've been there, this place might be made to be a cute coffee, but now it looks like an alcoholic meetings..
Some drunk guys couldn't stop making horrible jokes about me while I was waiting for a friend.. And what about the Police visiting ? Because drunk guys were yelling outside, neighbors called the police, and having the police with you is not the nicest thing when you just want to have a drink... By the way I totally understand those neighbors, earring these drunk guys yelling stupid things during 1 hour was awful, so what about earring them every night ?
Worst place I've ever been to, anyway !!

Written by Jenny 23/09/10 (8 years ago)

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