City Guide: Paris

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By Katie Mascaro

Coinstot Vino

An under-the-radar wine shop turned wine bar with tasty food and friendly and knowledgeable owner.

The Passage des Panoramas, the oldest covered passageway in Paris, got its name from the realistic panoramic murals depicting international travel destinations—from Paris to Rome to Jerusalem and beyond—that once covered its former double rotunda. It still holds traces of its root as a center for the stamp trade with postcard, stamp, and coin shops mixed in with restaurants. Though Coinstot Vino started as a natural wine shop that served small platters, it now offers charcuterie boards, smoked fish and a great rotating menu selection where Guillaume Dupré and his team will help you select the perfect bottle, or two, from their vast selection.

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Wine Bar / Rotating Menu
Reservations: no
Hours: Mon-Fri 12-2 p.m. and 6 p.m.-12:30 a.m.
Location: 2nd Arrondissement
Address: 26-28 bis, passage des Panoramas
Phone: 01 44 82 08 54
  • Metro: Bourse / Grands Boulevards / Richelieu-Drouot / Le Peletier
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