1 bar, 1 district. Here you will find our best addresses classified by district, from the 1st to the 20th arrondissement. Thanks to this list - which is not exhaustive - you will be able to find one of our favourite bars in less than 15 minutes, no matter where you are in Paris. Because a cold beer can't wait!\n\n\n\nAnd to have all our addresses at hand, you can also follow us on Mapstr, under the name we.are.Alfred, and select the category "bar"!\n\n\n\nLe Rubis - 10 Rue du March\u00e9 Saint-Honor\u00e9, 75001 ParisLe K1ZE - 15 rue Gaillon - 75002 ParisLe Mary Celeste - 1 Rue Commines, 75003 ParisLe Yono Bar - 37 Rue Vieille du Temple, 75004 ParisLe Teddy's Bar - 3 rue Thouin, 75005 ParisBar Etna - 33 rue Mazarine, 75006 ParisLe Gatsby - 64 Avenue Bosquet, 75007 ParisId\u00e9al Bar - 71 Rue la Bo\u00e9tie, 75008 ParisLe Barlone - 13 Rue Berg\u00e8re, 75009 ParisLe Comptoir G\u00e9n\u00e9ral - 80 Quai de Jemmapes, 75010 ParisLes Ni\u00e7ois - 7 Rue Lacharri\u00e8re, 75011 ParisGround Control - 81 Rue du Charolais, 75012 ParisOFF Paris Seine - 86 Quai d'Austerlitz, 75013 ParisLa Lingerie - 74 Avenue Denfert Rochereau, 75014 ParisLe G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Beuret - 9 Place du G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Beuret, 75015 ParisIl Cottage - 1 Boulevard Lannes, 75016 ParisPistache - 24 Rue Boursault, 75017 ParisLa Fourmi - 74 Rue des Martyrs, 75018 ParisPavillon Puebla - Avenue Darcel, 75019 ParisLes P\u00e8res Populaires - 46 Rue de Buzenval, 75020 Paris\n\n\n\n1st Arrondissement : Le Rubis\n\n\n\nLe Rubis - 10 Rue du March\u00e9 Saint-Honor\u00e9, 75001 Paris\n\n\n\nThis traditional Parisian bistro offers a wine list that reflects the image of the place: unpretentious and warm! The waiters are available to give advice on the wines they offer, and always with a smile! Don't hesitate to try their dishes and platters if you are hungry, the products are of good quality and the plates are delicious.\n\n\n\n2nd Arrondissement : K1ZE\n\n\n\nLe K1ZE - 15 rue Gaillon - 75002 Paris\n\n\n\nMade famous by its Thursday night afterwork, we'd be up for joining the bar every night of the week. In addition to the Thursday afterwork, K1ZE offers blind tests every Wednesday night, and DJ sets on Fridays and Saturdays from 8pm, mainly focused on electro. The house mojitos (8\u20ac at happy hour) are a must, and the beers and wines are just as affordable (between 5\u20ac and 6\u20ac). We love the atmosphere of the bar which gets hotter as the hours go by, but always remains good-natured. As a complement, the food is also homemade, which makes it possible to satisfy all kinds of hunger with brio!\n\n\n\nPS: For football fans, they also broadcast the Euro and Champions League matches.\n\n\n\n3rd Arrondissement : Le Mary Celeste\n\n\n\nLe Mary Celeste - 1 Rue Commines, 75003 Paris\n\n\n\nThe Mary Celeste has been nominated for the "best bars in Paris" and other awards. And it's not for nothing. We like the place, and for good reason: finally a bar where you can enjoy good cocktails at affordable prices (12\u20ac), and nibble in complete peace! Wines and beers are also on the menu. And for oyster lovers, go to Mary Celeste for happy hour: 1\u20ac\/bowl while stocks last. They're fresh, so don't hesitate!\n\n\n\n4th Arrondissement : Yono Bar\n\n\n\nLe Yono Bar - 37 Rue Vieille du Temple, 75004 Paris\n\n\n\nThe tables and the decoration remind us of the universe of the architect Gaudi: indeed the atmosphere is colourful and summery at the Yono bar. And the drinks menu is also a reflection of this: here you can taste up to 40 different cocktails! The prices are just as convincing: between 6\u20ac and 6.5\u20ac for a cocktail during happy hour (6pm - 9pm) and 5.5\u20ac for a pint of Stella during the same period. You'll find a warm welcome at Yono, and everyone will find the place that suits them between the 3 floors of the bar and the 3 atmospheres that define them. In addition, the bar regularly organises concerts for live music lovers!\n\n\n\n5th Arrondissement : Teddy's Bar\n\n\n\nLe Teddy's Bar - 3 rue Thouin, 75005 Paris\n\n\n\nTeddy's is an institution for students, locals and the curious. As soon as it opens, the tables fill up and the glasses dance. Happy hour at Teddy's lasts 4 hours (from 4pm to 8pm), giving you time to try their 3.50\u20ac beer or their cocktail, probably the cheapest in Paris, at 4\u20ac. This bar is perfect for sitting on a sofa while sipping a nice cold drink, all without breaking the bank!\n\n\n\n6th Arrondissement : L'Etna\n\n\n\nBar Etna - 33 rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris\n\n\n\nLocated in the middle of the Latin Quarter, l'Etna breathes conviviality. We only drink wine here, and to do so you have to trust the owner! You won't find a wine list, but the manager will be able to suggest a wine to suit your tastes. Woody or fruity, he has more than 350 to his bow and will know which one you like. An atypical bar in the shape of a boat that brings a touch of originality in the middle of all the caf\u00e9s that line the area.\n\n\n\n7th Arrondissement : Gatsby\n\n\n\nLe Gatsby - 64 Avenue Bosquet, 75007 Paris\n\n\n\nNestled between the \u00c9cole Militaire and the Invalides, the Gatsby allows the most curious to relive the Roaring Twenties while enjoying a superb cocktail. Like the neighbourhood, this bar is not the cheapest on our list, but it is no less pleasant. You can expect to pay between \u20ac8 and \u20ac9 for a pint of beer, and around \u20ac6 for a glass of wine. Cocktails are around 13\u20ac, and are really excellent. The decor and atmosphere are very much in line with the name of the bar, and once you've curled up in the leather sofas, it's sometimes hard to leave!\n\n\n\n8th Arrondissement : Id\u00e9al Bar\n\n\n\nId\u00e9al Bar - 71 Rue la Bo\u00e9tie, 75008 Paris\n\n\n\nIt's not always easy to find a nice and affordable bar in the 8th district. We found it and are happy to share it. Depending on the time you want to go, you might need to book a table. The quality\/price ratio is recognized by the local Parisians, and the terrace is nice in summer.\n\n\n\n9th Arrondissement : Le Barlone\n\n\n\nLe Barlone - 13 Rue Berg\u00e8re, 75009 Paris\n\n\n\nSometimes it's hard to find a nice bar in the hectic Grands Boulevards area, but that was without counting on Barlone! Specialising in cocktails, this trendy and cosy bar also offers wines and beers on the menu. The latter change regularly to bring variety to the menu. And as for the cocktails, they are priced from 8\u20ac to 10\u20ac during happy hour, and go wonderfully well with the homemade tapas (guacamole, mini croque-monsieur, etc).\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n10th Arrondissement : Le Comptoir G\u00e9n\u00e9ral\n\n\n\nLe Comptoir G\u00e9n\u00e9ral - 80 Quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris\n\n\n\nHidden behind a small alleyway accessed from the Quai de Jemmapes, the Comptoir G\u00e9n\u00e9ral is located just off the Canal Saint Martin. The space is cosy, furnished with sofas and tables of all sizes. One goes there during the day for a coffee, or to work on one of their wooden tables; or in the evening when the locals take over the place with a beer.\n\n\n\n11th Arrondissement : Les Ni\u00e7ois\n\n\n\nLes Ni\u00e7ois - 7 Rue Lacharri\u00e8re, 75011 Paris\n\n\n\nYou can (re)discover the south of France in this tapas bar, where all their food is made from olive oil, seafood and fresh vegetables. Ros\u00e9 and pastis are on the menu for a complete southern experience. But of course there are also beers and other wines at affordable prices. A petanque court is hidden in the basement for those who want to test their french-bowling skills!\n\n\n\n12th Arrondissement : Ground Control\n\n\n\nGround Control - 81 Rue du Charolais, 75012 Paris\n\n\n\nIt has become a must for Parisians, especially in summer. This space was a former warehouse used by the SNCF and has been completely refurbished to host delicious food trucks and large, friendly wooden tables. Deckchairs are randomly placed on their giant outdoor terrace on sunny days. Let's go there and back!\n\n\n\n13th Arrondissement : OFF Paris Seine\n\n\n\nOFF Paris Seine - 86 Quai d'Austerlitz, 75013 Paris\n\n\n\nWhat could be better than a beautiful sunset over the Seine, glass of wine in hand? We still wonder! The floating bar OFF offers an exceptional setting to come and enjoy a drink at the end of the day and see the lights of Paris light up as our glass is consumed. In summer, the terrace is very pleasant. And the chill DJ sets on Thursdays and Saturdays accompany the conversations until nightfall.\n\n\n\n14th Arrondissement : La Lingerie\n\n\n\nLa Lingerie - 74 Avenue Denfert Rochereau, 75014 Paris\n\n\n\nEnjoying a beer at the Lingerie is a bit like having an aperitif at your best friend's house. The bar does not push you to drink. You can even bring your own food and heat it up in the microwave. The pints are very affordable, around 6\u20ac, and the evenings change according to the day of the week: free concerts, quiz nights, DJ sets, etc. There's never a dull moment in this former Saint Vincent de Paul hospital linen room, recently renovated to our great delight! Please note that some of the waiters are volunteers, so don't hesitate to leave them a tip if the service suits you!\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n15th Arrondissement : Le G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Beuret\n\n\n\nLe G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Beuret - 9 Place du G\u00e9n\u00e9ral Beuret, 75015 Paris\n\n\n\nIt's colourful, relaxed and very affordable! General Beuret is often the talk of the town, and you can tell by the number of people sipping their beers on the terrace, or inside. The menu is simple, no frills here, and we go for the essentials: 5\u20ac during happy hour for a beer + a bag of chips. A cheerful bar, which satisfies all the curious.\n\n\n\n16th Arrondissement : Il Cottage\n\n\n\nIl Cottage - 1 Boulevard Lannes, 75016 Paris\n\n\n\nDivided into three distinct spaces, Il Cottage boasts of being the "first rooftop on the ground floor". In fact, its terrace is so large that it's like being on the roofs of Paris! A food truck delights the most gourmet of eaters if you wish to enjoy antipastis on one of the deckchairs. In case of bad weather, decorated areas resembling alpine chalets welcome the curious. The place is superb, but the bill can be a bit steep if the drinks pile up as the evening progresses.\n\n\n\n17th Arrondissement : Pistache\n\n\n\nPistache - 24 Rue Boursault, 75017 Paris\n\n\n\nLes Batignolles is our favourite place to have a drink. So selecting one bar is a bit like wearing the same T-shirt all year round. If we had to choose one, we voted for Pistache. Small but well decorated, affordable and excellent, we go back as soon as we can! Count 6\u20ac for a beer or a glass of wine, between 9\u20ac and 13\u20ac for a cocktail. The plates are very good, you can go there with your eyes closed, there is something for everyone!\n\n\n\n18th Arrondissement : La Fourmi\n\n\n\nLa Fourmi - 74 Rue des Martyrs, 75018 Paris\n\n\n\nThe tables are rare and you sometimes have to wait at the counter or stand before you can sit down, but we like the place for its conviviality and its atypical architecture on several semi-levels. Moreover, the beers are affordable and start at 2.8\u20ac. We also recommend the salads, boards and sandwiches for small hungers, or snacks to share. In the summer, some tables are set up outside so you can enjoy the last rays of sunshine!\n\n\n\n19th Arrondissement : Pavillon Puebla\n\n\n\nPavillon Puebla - Avenue Darcel, 75019 Paris\n\n\n\nThe Puebla Pavilion is an address well known from Parisians. When you arrive in front of the building, you might get scared when you see the queue. But be patient, the wait is never very long! The waiters are adorable, and the setting couldn't be nicer: huge bay windows, a simple and cosy decor, and an environment that reminds us of the countryside; you almost feel like you've left Paris! We also recommend the Pavillon Puebla for its terrace. In short, an ideal place to sip a house cocktail!\n\n\n\n20th Arrondissement : Les P\u00e8res Populaires\n\n\n\nLes P\u00e8res Populaires - 46 Rue de Buzenval, 75020 Paris\n\n\n\nLes p\u00e8res populaires is an unpretentious bar that welcomes everyone and offers exceptionally low prices. Indeed, the boards are between 5\u20ac and 8\u20ac, the coffees at 1\u20ac (!), and the beer at 3,60\u20ac! We couldn't ask for more! The bar is made up of furniture salvaged from here and there. And the service is warm and the place is well known by Parisians. They organise concerts every Friday at 8pm, so don't hesitate to go in advance if you want to find a seat to sit on!