Mary Céleste (Paris)
It’s beautiful, it’s full of young (in their 30s), fashionable people and it’s all about tapas and cocktails. Yes, this is the Mary Céleste we’re talking about. The bar owns its name to the American ship that was discovered in the late nineteenth century, sailing with no one on board and with the lifeboat missing. And so the team behind Glass and Candelaria have thought the interior decoration according to the stylistic codes of the sea. Locals go to nibble small plates from the seasonal menu afterwork, or to enjoy creative cocktails later in the night. As the place is pretty small, you’ll be likely to sit at the bar, which is quite pleasant as you’ll be able to watch bartenders mixing cocktails but is not so comfortable. The atmosphere is cosy from 6pm to 8pm but gets pretty busy and noisy afterwards.
Address : 1, Rue Commines, 75003 Paris map
Métro station: Saint-Sébastien Froissart
Phone : +33 9 80 72 98 83
Opening hours : Mon-Sun 6:00 pm to 2:00 am