Bar Nouveau

Paris, France

Despite its name, you won’t find a single modern bottle of booze on the shelves at this relatively new Paris bar. The only bottles on display at Bar Nouveau are a dusty selection of vintage vermouths, liqueurs and more. The name refers, rather, to Art Nouveau, which has inspired every element of this petite drinking establishment – it's from the same people that brought us Bauhaus-themed A Bar with Shapes for a Name in London, after all. In Paris, Bar Nouveau is set over two floors, starting with the beautiful, brightly-lit ground floor with mirrored ceilings, contrasting with a much darker space downstairs, with its exposed brickwork. Drinks here are elegant and deceptively simple – don’t miss their take on the Ramos, made with vanilla yoghurt, peat and St-Germain liqueur, and served with an oyster shell spoon.

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5 Rue des Haudriettes, Le Marais, Paris, 75003 Paris