City Guide: Paris
Juveniles Wine Bar
A wine bar (and shop) that satisfies the desire for a glass, but makes it easy to stay when the dinner bell rings.
Though technically a wine bar that offers bottles for sale in the shop, it’s a great option for rustic pâté, French stews like Blanquette de Veau and veggie dishes like grilled mushrooms (ceps) with poached egg. This and more is served alongside a well-curated list of natural wines from France and beyond. And while the wine list is well-selected, there’s also Scotch, a nod to the owner’s father’s Scottish descent who was the original proprietor.
Wines and the Daily Special
Curated Wine List / Dine in the Bar
Reservations: By phone
Hours: Tue-Sat Noon to 11 p.m.; Food service from 12:30-2:30 p.m. and 7-10:30 p.m.
Location: 1st Arrondissement
Address: 47, rue de Richelieu
Phone: 01 42 97 46 49
- Metro: Pyramides
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