City Guide: Paris
Frenchie Bar à Vins
Chef-driven wine bar and sister spot to the gastronome's haven, Frenchie.
Like the sister restaurant across the street, Frenchie, the wine bar has exposed stone walls and wooden beams, showing off it’s medieval bones. The high tables are a scarcity of seats which means you’ll get to know your neighbors and get to see what they are ordering—so that’s a good thing. Great plates, ranging from sharable snacks to fuller dishes, and wines keep the energy high. This (and Frenchie) should be on your must-do list as it will leave you as drunk on the ambiance as on the Burgundy.
Wine Bar / Required Eating
Hours: Mon-Fri 7-11 p.m.; closed weekends and holidays
Location: 2nd Arrondissement
Address: 6, rue du Nil
Phone: 01 40 39 96 19
- Metro: Bonne Nouvelle / Sentier / Réaumur-Sébastopol
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