My Favourite Paris Restaurants With Open-Air Dining

When the days turn long and warm, an open-air table in a cosmopolitan city like Paris is highly-prized. These favourite wine bars, bistrots and restaurants have either large windows that open onto the street or sunny terraces – where we eat well and start counting the days to summer.

Bistrot Paul Bert

This beloved fast-paced classic bistrot on the rue Paul Bert is a legend for its fantastic French comfort food, and is my favourite place to eat in...
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18, rue Paul Bert, 11th Arr, Right Bank
+33 01 43 72 24 01

Dilia

Tuscan native Michele Farnesi's rustic & pretty neighbourhood trattoria serves French-Italian farm-to-table food with natural wines in one of the...
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1 rue d'Eupatoria, 20th arr, Right Bank
+33 09 53 56 24 14

Clown Bar Paris Atsumi Sota

The Clown Bar

The Clown Bar is the hottest address in town where food & wine industry meet to socialize for hours over many bottles of wine and delicious sharing...
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114 Rue Amelot, 11th Arr, Right Bank
+33 01 43 55 87 35

L’Ami Jean

Jego's fun high-energy bistrot near the Eiffel Tower is a perennial favorite for its creative gut-busting portions. ...
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27 rue Malar, Left Bank
+33 01 47 05 86 89

Septime

Passard trained Chef Bertrand Grebaut's modern, one star, neo-bistro is still one of the hardest reservations to score in the world for the seasonal...
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80, rue de Charonne, Right Bank
+33 01 43 67 38 29

Le Baratin

Le Baratin is a beloved canteen to us in the food & wine industry, who come for Raquel Carena's classic home cooking & to drink through Pinouche's...
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3 Rue Jouye-Rouve, Right Bank
+33 01 43 49 39 70

Yard Wine Bar & Bistrot

Jane Drotter's charming neighborhood canteen is where locals & food industry come nearly everyday for Nye Smith's affordable market menus at Yard &...
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6 rue de Mont Louis, 11th arr, right bank
+33 01 40 09 70 30

Le Verre Volé

Le Verre Volé has been a local no-frills favorite of the industry for years for its value comfort food and natural wines....
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67, rue de Lancry
+33 01 48 03 17 34

Aux Deux Amis

Every city has "that" place where the food & wine folk go after hours to blow off steam, and David Loyola's friendly wine bar is ground zero for...
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45 rue Oberkampf, Right Bank
+33 01 58 30 38 13

Cafe de la Nouvelle Mairie

Known as “Chez Benj” – the Café de la Nouvelle Marie is the quintessential Parisian neighborhood café & wine bar complete with jazz music,...
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19 Rue des Fossés Saint-Jacques, Latin Quarter, Left Bank
+33 01 44 07 04 41

Restaurant Tondo

Chef Simone Tondo is back in the kitchen at La Gazzetta where he used to work, this time as the owner. He may be Sardinian, but the menu and products...
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29 Rue de Cotte, Right Bank, 12th Arr
+33 01 43 47 47 06

Where to eat oysters in paris

L’Ecailler du Bistrot

Enormous platters of oysters, fresh fish and lobster on the half shell w/crispy golden frites are the reasons to go to Brittany native Gwen Cadoret's...
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22 rue Paul Bert, Right Bank
+33 01 43 72 76 77

Frenchie Wine Bar

Gregory Marchand's wildly popular no reservation wine bar is where people gather around farmhouse bar tables in a lively environment to choose from a...
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5 rue du Nil, Right Bank
+33 01 40 39 96 19

Le Mary Celeste

This cool maritime-themed bar is a favorite corner hangout among locals & visitors - complete with turntables, craft cocktails, natural wine, and...
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1, rue Commines, 3rd arr, Right Bank
+33 01 23 45 67 89

Clamato Paris Oysters

Clamato

Bertrand Grébaut & Théo Pourriat’s casual seafood bar is as wildly popular these days as their restaurant Septime next door. It is the place to...
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80, rue de Charonne, 11th Arr, Right Bank
+33 01 43 72 74 53

Le Dauphin Wine Bar

Expect the unexpected with a lively crowd & flavor combinations (Apple cider grilled chorizo, Fried tapioca squares) at Chef-Owner Inaki Aiziparte's...
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131 avenue Parmentier, Right Bank
+33 01 55 28 78 88