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Le Distrait
From minimalist interior to mystic drinks with matching desserts, Le Distrait has all the ingredients for a too-cool-for-school watering hole. Each cocktail contains a hearty dose of imagination. Try the Der Zauberberg, with fir tree liqueur, vodka, sage, pear and cane sugar.

Address: 26, rue de la Lune 75002 | Telephone: |

La Sardine
Tucked away behind the busy streets of Belleville, the terrace of La Sardine is a suntrap with the feel of a sleepy village in the South of France. We'd suggest arriving early evening to secure one of the cute coloured chairs. You might pay a bit of a premium for the idyllic location, but it's worth it for the atmosphere alone.

Address: 32 Rue Sainte-Marthe, 75010 | Telephone: +33142491946 |

Le Loti
Looking for a decent happy hour cocktail that won't break the bank, but also doesn't taste suspiciously watered down? Head to Le Loti, where for a refreshing five euros, you can sample cocktails, wine, and tapas.

Address: 53 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, 75011 | Telephone: +33603758531 |

La Grosse Caisse
Despite being surrounded by overpriced bars (no doubt due to its central location), La Grosse Caisse keeps things real with its generous happy hours and charming hippy decor. With events including concerts, psychedelic nights and regular quizzes, you're guaranteed to meet locals.

Address: 160 rue Montmartre, 75002 | Telephone: +33140410556 |

Etna
If wine tasting is on your Paris bucket list then you can't go wrong with natural wine bar Etna. Given its swanky location (right in the heart of Saint-Germain-des-Prés), this place is actually surprisingly affordable - starting at just five euros a glass. The staff will guide you through the huge selection of champagnes and wines on offer to help you find your dream drink.  

Address: 33 Rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris | Telephone: +33146348452 |

Hôtel Jules & Jim
The uber hip Hôtel Jules & Jim boasts a beautiful bar. It attracts many a creative type, which might explain why it also allows its guests to dream up their very own cocktails. It also has one of the most idyllic terraces in the French capital.

Address: 11 rue des Gravilliers, 75003 | Telephone: |

La Taverne de la Butte
A cross between a loveable dive bar and a cosy British pub, this is one of the city's best kept secrets. The drinks are cheap as chips, especially during happy hour. Speaking of chips, free plates of them are often passed around, adding to La Taverne de la Butte's great vibe.

Address: 13 rue de la Butte aux Cailles, 75013 | Telephone: +33145891618 |

Wall Street Pigalle
If you've always dreamed of working as a financial trader then head to Wall Street Pigalle, a fun bar with a financial feel. There's a "portfolio" of wines, beers and cocktails and the drinks prices, which are displayed on stock exchange-style screens, change every 100 seconds depending on buying trends. It certainly brings an element of risk to the business of buying rounds.

Address: 49 Boulevard de Clichy, 75009 | Telephone: +33986245777 |

Pas de Loup
The Pas de Loup bar's cocktail menu (peppered with ingredients such as fresh tarragon, sesame seeds and celery) is as carefully put together as the surrounding decor. All wooden tables, cosy corners and sheepskin-style throws, it feels more like a Scandinavian log cabin than a Parisian cocktail bar.  

Address: 108 rue Amelot, 75011 | Telephone: +33954741636 |

La Caravane
You can't help but feel at home at La Caravane, thanks to the cheap drinks, lack of dress code and adorably mismatched vintage furniture. Join young and carefree Parisians and catch one of the regular DJ sets or go for one of their artisanal beer tasting sessions.

Address: 35 rue de la Fontaine au Roi, 75011 | Telephone: +33149230186 |

The Cork & Cavan
The atmosphere at the Cork & Cavan is as warm as its Irish coffee. Seriously lovely staff, huge screens showing pretty much any sport you can think of, cheap happy hour Guinness and a book exchange programme all contribute to the magical charm of this cosy Irish bar.

Address: 70 quai de Jemmapes, 75010 | Telephone: +33142081115 |

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La P'tite Soeur
As a rule of thumb, the higher you hike up those Montmartre hills, the steeper the drink prices. La P'tite Soeur, however, is the happy exception to this rule. On Wednesdays, join the locals for an "apéro fruits de mers". The oysters are priced at just one euro, so they inevitably become an essential part of the evening.  

Address: 15 rue des Trois Fr | Telephone: +33981243529 |

L'Orillon Bar
If you're tired of French wine, hotfoot it to the (not quite) dive bar L'Orillon, where you can sample some organic beer from the city of Bourges. It's even cheap enough to get more than one round in. The pint prices and quirky decor (including adorable outside drinks shelves and floral, seventies-style armchairs) keep the locals happy until late.  

Address: 35 rue de l'Orillon, 75011 | Telephone: |

La Mécanique Ondulatoire
A hidden gem when it comes to the capital's live music scene, this place plays host to all kinds of concerts and DJ sets, from rock to organ punk. The decor is retro and there's a huge whisky collection.

Address: 8 passage Thiéré 75011 | Telephone: +33143556914 |

La Colonie
A project by French-Algerian artist Kader Attia, La Colonie is designed to be more than just a bar. Attia's goal is to open conversations about decolonisation, as well as encouraging people to think, debate, share ideas and generally live together. Judging by the numbers that regularly flock here to put the world to rights with passionate debates, dance or check out exhibitions, he has more than succeeded. 

Address: 128 Rue la Fayette, 75010 | Telephone: +33145810305 |

Derrière
In the mood for an alfresco aperitif? Then head to the cute courtyard at Derrière, a sweet, secret bar that puts your standard beer garden to shame. Featuring sprawling greenery and a swing seat, it also boasts a killer cocktail menu. The Italian Pie (featuring lemon curd, limoncello, vodka, milk and brown sugar) is pretty much summer in a glass. 

Address: 69 rue des Gravilliers, 75003 | Telephone: +33144619195 |

Le Paloma
Chintzy chic is how we'd describe the decor of Le Paloma: think vintage wallpaper, dressing tables as tables and crowded clusters of ornate frames. During happy hour you'll find good beer and conversion, thanks to the unbeatable prices.

Address: 74 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud | Telephone: +33 6 30 469213 |

L'Agence
This uber hip hotspot, tucked away behind the Canal Saint-Martin, is a hangout exclusively for those in the know. Retro artefacts like motorcycles and an actual punchbag keep this place from being just another hipster hangout with bare bricked walls. The wine list is a tad long so let the bar staff guide you. L'Agence's payment system is as old school as its decor, so be sure to bring cash.  

Address: 36 rue des Vinaigriers, 75010 | Telephone: |

Blaine Bar
Blaine Bar, a secret speakeasy a stone's throw from the Champs-Elysées, is so exclusive that you'll need a password to enter. This changes every week, with clues posted on the bar's Facebook group. Drop by for intimate jazz gigs and house DJ sets. https://en-gb.facebook.com/blainebar/

Address: 65 rue Pierre Charron, 75008 | Telephone: +33660970135 |

Barbershop
Why not take in a pop-up exhibition by up-and-coming local artists while sipping on spiced rum and ginger ale, all to the soundtrack of an underground DJ spinning beats? All of this and more is possible in this unpretentious gallery-bar, which draws in art lovers from far and wide. 

Address: 68, avenue de la République, 75011 | Telephone: +33981111285 |

Beverly Paris
This decadent cocktail bar is ideal for an early evening drink, thanks to its laid-back jazzy soundtrack and mood lighting. But at the stroke of midnight it transforms into a club, with DJs and dancing until dawn. There are plenty of quirky details - the bar stools are adorned with bicycle chains - and the cocktails are pretty special, too.

Address: 8bis rue Sedaine, 75011 | Telephone: +33698389768 |

Udo Bar
Udo Bar brings Berlin edginess to the French capital thanks to achingly hip decor and imported German beer. You'll soon find yourself hanging out at one of the regular vinyl record markets or dancing at a live DJ set. The perfect venue for a great night out.  

Address: 4 bis rue Neuve Popincourt, 75011 | Telephone: |

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