Visited on a Sunday afternoon at opening. I dug the location tucked away down an alley and away from the bustle of the local market. The selection didn’t wow me as I thought it would do - not many French beers here but a strong Belgian focus, if that’s what you’re after. However, I did find a beer to sit down and enjoy outside. Nibbles were provided.
Nice place. The selection is quite good, with a strong range of French beers along with plenty from America, Scandinavia and Belgium. The prices range from very good to absurd; I saw one French black IPA for €30 (this price was confirmed by the guy working). I assume that price is the result of an accounting error somewhere along the way, and aside from that most standard beers range from €3.00 to €7.00 or so. The staff guy when I visited was great, very attentive without being overbearing. He provided some bread and creme fraiche (gratis) along with my beer, which was a nice touch. This place is a must-visit beer stop for anyone visiting Paris.
Really awesome bottle shop in the Latin Quarter. Great selection of the best of France (not that that is very much or impressive), some good but mostly standard Belgians, some great British beers (mostly Brewdog and Thornbridge), a bunch of Nogne O, De Molen, and a thoughtful selection of American beers. Owners are extremely friendly and helfpul. Mandatory stop for beer in Paris.
limited and expensive selection, but its a beer store that permits you to crack bottles there. Selection is mostly Belgian which is kinda pointless being so close, the french bottles are a bit small compared to other options. Worth stopping by if close but not worth a trek.
JK (396) St. Louis Park, Minnesota | October 5, 2011
On a narrow street surrounded by other restaurants. Small place with nowhere near the selection of Le Bulles, and far more Belgian than French beers. Light snacks only for food. The young girl working was very busy, and I had the impression she might be the owner, but she was very friendly. It is kind of a weird place in that it is a bottle shop, and you can drink beer there, and you can also have light snacks. I have never seen anything quite like it, but worth a look if you want to eat. I had a ham and cheese sandwich, as well as a bowl of salami with mustard and cheese cubes.
A very welcoming beer shop in the studenty part of town. Nice selection of Scandinavian, Dutch, American, Belgian and - of course - French beers. Bartender very knowledgable and friendly. Would have enjoyed taps and wifi, but otherwise a great bar. Will definitely come back.
Nice place in the more touristic part of Paris. You shouldn’t go there for the food. Very simple croque monsieurs without any vegetables, also the mix of cheese and salami is rather simple. Selection of foreign brews is very decent though! Almost no French micros, some Belgians.
Small beershop/bar with 4-5 tables inside and 3 tables outside. Very attentive girl who knows about beers and speaks English. Selection of 120-150 beers, 30 of them you can try there. More expensive than Cave, but hey, you’re in Paris and drinking Mikkeller, Nogne and some Americans also. Has small selection of food, more like a snacks - it’s not expensive, so it’s nice to have a bite while drinking beers.
A nice beer shop in Paris with a great selection from many contries of the world as UK, Belgium, Norway, Denmark, USA. Great selection with some difficult breweries to find as Jester King or Struise. There are some table inside and outside, and you can drink a beer from the shop. The service is nice and friendly. You will always received advices about beer. Price are high but ok for Paris. Remain that there is a discount of 10% if you buy beer to take away.