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The Best Wine Bars in Paris

Find your next favorite wine bar in Paris, recommended by sommeliers and other World of Mouth experts.

Updated on Jan 26, 2024 | World of Mouth team

Paris has excellent wine bars for every taste. Whether you prefer natural wine, red, white, sparkling, or something else, this guide will help you discover the best venues to enjoy a glass. All choices are based on personal recommendations from culinary experts such as chefs Bruno Verjus and Joeri Timmermans and food writer Wendy Lyn. This guide includes a wide variety of wine bars and wine bistros, ranging from Le Bon George, a bistro focusing on exceptional wines, to Le Clown Bar, which has one of the largest selections of natural wine in France. Whatever kind of wine bar or bistro you're looking for in Paris, this list will cover all your needs.

Le Bon Georges

45 Rue Saint-Georges

45 Rue Saint-Georges, 75009 Paris, France

Le Bon Georges is a classic Parisian bistro, renowned for its ever-changing menu that reflects the freshness and seasonality of ingredients. The restaurant provides a warm and relaxed atmosphere, complemented by a knowledgeable staff that can guide you through their extensive wine list and menu. Dishes such as the duck Pâté En Croûte, foie gras, and green asparagus with herb vinaigrette come highly recommended for a true taste of French cuisine.

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Classic Parisian Bistro with a true atmosphereA true Parisian classic that doesn’t take itself for granted. Although being one of the most popular bistros In France Le Bon George keeps on delivering top class food and service. The staff is happy, dedicated and knowledgeable about all ingredients in the menu and the extensive wine list. Le Bon George is a happy place that everyone should visit at least once.

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Le Bon Georges

Le Bon Georges

45 Rue Saint-Georges

45 Rue Saint-Georges, 75009 Paris, France

Le Clown Bar

114 Rue Amelot

114 Rue Amelot, 75011 Paris, France

Le Clown Bar offers a simple, authentic cuisine, prepared by Chef Luis Andrade, who uses fresh, locally sourced, and seasonal products. The restaurant is known for its French cooking with a subtle Japanese influence, and its standout dish is the poached veal brain in broth. Additionally, Le Clown Bar boasts a vast selection of natural wines and is committed to responsible and ethical cooking practices.

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Amazing food by chef Luis Andrade with seasonal, fresh and locally sourced products.Very good selection of natural wines, amazing food by chef Luis Andrade with seasonal, fresh and locally sourced products.Cool place and service.

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Le Clown Bar

Le Clown Bar

114 Rue Amelot

114 Rue Amelot, 75011 Paris, France

Avant Comptoir de la Terre

3 Carr de l'Odéon

3 Carr de l'Odéon, 75006 Paris, France

Avant Comptoir de la Terre is a relaxed, fun spot where patrons can enjoy a light bite, a drink, or a full meal along a beautiful bar. The establishment offers a range of small plates, 80% of which are made with produce from the land, including options like duck foie gras skewers with piquillo peppers and oxtail croquettes with red wine and horseradish. The wine selection is vast, with thousands of bottles kept at the perfect serving temperature in large refrigerated glass cabinets, and customers have the possibility of tasting the wine before buying it.

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Basque bar with parisian flair.This bar is the wine bar of the famous le Comptoir, which is also great. It is divided into two, de la terre and de la mer. I like to start at la mer and end at la terre, for a nice lunch with a pretty good and affordable selection of wines. (Prices are on the bottles, so I advise to just choose a cool one, there is no real wine list or anything as far as I know). So be sure to check it out, both of them, I just was not able to select de la mer.

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Avant Comptoir de la Terre

Avant Comptoir de la Terre

3 Carr de l'Odéon

3 Carr de l'Odéon, 75006 Paris, France

Early June

19 Rue Jean Poulmarch

19 Rue Jean Poulmarch, 75010 Paris, France

Early June is a lively wine bar with a rock and roll ambiance, offering a la carte menus crafted by guest chefs from around the globe. This establishment has a unique concept where each chef-in-residence brings their own style to the table, using seasonal French products to create weekly changing menus. The wine selection is equally thoughtful, focusing on low-intervention dependent wine producers, and the atmosphere is akin to a DJ-dinner party, making Early June a destination for those seeking an interesting and fun dining experience.

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Fun natural wine bar, rock and roll vibe and a la carte menus by guest chefs from NYC, Sweden, etc.Imagine you live in an urban loft with an open kitchen, your famous best chef friend is on the pass, you invite all your closest pals, pop bottles of wine and crank the music. No wonder the talk of the town right now is Victor Vautier & Camille Machet’s Early June where it is literally standing room only. For just over a year, they’ve been hosting world chefs as a “pop up” concept in their pretty resto-natural wine bar just off the Canal St Martin. The Owners are polished hospitality pros; creating a DJ-dinner party vibe during service, while each chef-in-residence brings their own style using seasonal French product from the open kitchen. A la carte menus change weekly and wines are chosen just as carefully as the food – only low-intervention dependent wine producers are on offer. Walk-in’s only with reservations for groups 4+. Tip: Go early or go late. ©️ luuuush

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Early June

Early June

19 Rue Jean Poulmarch

19 Rue Jean Poulmarch, 75010 Paris, France

Folderol

10 Rue du Grand Prieuré

10 Rue du Grand Prieuré, 75011 Paris, France

Folderol is a delightful ice cream shop and wine bar, run by the same couple who operate the well-known Le Rigmarole restaurant. The specialty of Folderol lies in its daily changing ice cream flavors that are season-dependent, offering a fresh taste experience every day. With a wide array of flavors ranging from traditional vanilla and chocolate to exotic hibiscus and saffron, Folderol caters to every taste bud, while also serving a selection of fine wines.

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Folderol is an ice cream shop and wine bar from the husband and wife team behind Le Rigmarole restaurant. The handwritten menu of ice cream flavors at Folderol changes daily, depending on the season.
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Folderol

Folderol

10 Rue du Grand Prieuré

10 Rue du Grand Prieuré, 75011 Paris, France

Le Goncourt

10 Rue des Goncourt

10 Rue des Goncourt, 75011 Paris, France

Le Goncourt is a vibrant restaurant with a rock'n'roll vibe, where the cooking is done on a single induction stove right at the bar. The place is helmed by Chef Jonathan Schweizer from Café les deux Gares, and his sous chef who brings a distinctive Spanish-Mallorcan style to the dishes. Not to be missed is their wine list, featuring a selection of natural wines curated by an accomplished sommelier.

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Chef Jonathan Schweizer from Café les deux Gares opened a second place with his sous chef who is a Spanish-Mallorquin. He cooks with just one induction stove on the bar, they wash the dishes in the sink of the bar so the place is very rock'n'roll. The wine list is great, with natural wines and an amazing sommelier. They cook things that are very different, in a Spanish, Mallorcan style that I like very much. This place is super interesting and I really recommend you to discover this place.
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Le Goncourt

Le Goncourt

10 Rue des Goncourt

10 Rue des Goncourt, 75011 Paris, France

Le Mary Celeste

1 Rue Commines

1 Rue Commines, 75003 Paris, France

Le Mary Celeste is a neighborhood hotspot known for its small plates, oysters, craft cocktails, and natural wines. The venue is particularly popular for its late-night offerings, with locals and visitors alike flocking to enjoy the natural wine bar, raw oysters, and daily-changing fresh seasonal sharing plates. The restaurant's light and breezy maritime decor, floor-to-ceiling windows, and round central bar create a welcoming atmosphere, while the promise of late-night cocktails keeps the place buzzing after the kitchen closes.

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Wildly popular venue from Candelaria team: all weekend, late night craft cocktails, natural wine bar & raw oystersThis late night raw bar is the cool neighborhood hangout wildly popular with locals & visitors – complete with killer playlists, craft cocktails, natural wine, and fresh seasonal sharing plates that change daily. Le Mary Celeste in the Marais continues to be a must visit especially in summer on the terrace and for the wild oysters in winter. Don't miss the fried chicken Fridays. With its corner location, light & breezy maritime decor that features whitewashed brick, round central bar and floor to ceiling windows that open onto the street, it has become a local gathering spot especially on weekends. During lunch and dinner its a calm place to hang out and in the evening after the kitchen closes it takes on a slightly more raucous vibe with revellers coming in for cocktails knowing that it is open late night. Open every day and all day Saturday & Sunday.

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Le Mary Celeste

Le Mary Celeste

1 Rue Commines

1 Rue Commines, 75003 Paris, France

Le Verre Volé

67 Rue de Lancry

67 Rue de Lancry, 75010 Paris, France

Le Verre Volé is a snug Parisian natural wine bar offering a variety of small dishes. It boasts a rich wine list with over 400 references, showcasing wines made as naturally as possible by artisan winemakers. Open 7 days a week, the bistro changes its menu daily, preparing dishes with fresh and seasonal ingredients.

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Small dishes and great wine in this cozy Parisian natural wine bar. The cosiest and a really ”parisian” natural wine bar in Paris. I could sit here for too many hours. Great wine and small dishes.

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Le Verre Volé

Le Verre Volé

67 Rue de Lancry

67 Rue de Lancry, 75010 Paris, France

Les Oeillets

137 Rue Saint-Maur

137 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris, France

Les Oeillets is a vibrant natural wine bar formerly known as Chambre Noire, now run by Maxime Dardeau & Solal Martin-Grondard. The spot is known for its high energy atmosphere, attracting a lively crowd who enjoy socializing over wine and food both indoors and on the terrace. The menu, curated by resident chefs like Paul Alexis, features delicious sharing plates such as pulled-pork rillettes with Basque peppers, crispy hash brown squares with tangy tarama-caviar creme, and a warm shallot tart with fresh raw cream, complemented by an extensive selection of natural wines.

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Industry Hot Spot: Maxime & Solal’s new natural wine bar is a delicious, joyful VIBE.Maxime Dardeau & Solal Martin-Grondard’s new Les Oeillets wine bar - is actually the former Chambre Noire where they used to work. During their tenure, they paid attention and learned how to run one of the most popular new openings in the 11th. They took over the corner spot, gave it a fresh coat of paint, amped up the natural wine list and injected some serious high-level energy into the corner neighborhood spot. Every night it’s packed with a young exuberant crowd packed in around tiny tables to eat, drink and socialize on the terrace and indoor dining room. Although it is a GREAT time (and Max's physical comedy could rival Chaplin), it is not all party-party … a series of top-notch resident chefs rotate through the open kitchen at the zinc bar creating delicious sharing plates. Current Chef Paul Alexis’s menu starts with house pulled-pork rillettes with Basque peppers, Gorgonzola with chilis followed by (my all-time favourite) large crispy hash brown squares dressed with tangy tarama-caviar creme, limequat and grated Gouda cheese, Paimpol white beans with bacon fat croutons & chili oil or the delicious warm shallot tart with fresh raw cream. They are serious about their natural wines too - currently in love with German & Hungarian wines and who I’ll always be eternally grateful for turning me on to the Brand Brothers in Germany. It is a VIBE and the guys are full of SO, MUCH, JOY.

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Les Oeillets

Les Oeillets

137 Rue Saint-Maur

137 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris, France

Septime La Cave

3 Rue Basfroi

3 Rue Basfroi, 75011 Paris, France

Septime La Cave is a cozy natural wine bar with a limited seating arrangement, offering a variety of delicious small snacks and dishes. It is an excellent choice for wine enthusiasts who enjoy relaxing with a glass of wine, whether waiting for a meal at a nearby restaurant or planning a full evening of wine tasting and nibbling. In addition to their wine selection, Septime La Cave offers a rotating menu of gourmet snacks and dishes, from olives and sausages to terrine and cheese, making it a perfect spot for food and wine lovers.

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Tiny natural wine bar with delicious small snacks and dishes. Only a few seats, and when the weather allows, plenty of space on the sidewalk. Always a good choice for a glass of wine while waiting for dinner at some of the restaurants across the street, like Clamato or Septime. Or for a whole night of wine drinking and snacking.
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Septime La Cave

Septime La Cave

3 Rue Basfroi

3 Rue Basfroi, 75011 Paris, France

Yard Cave & Restaurant

6 Rue de Mont-Louis

6 Rue de Mont-Louis, 75011 Paris, France

Yard Cave & Restaurant is a neighborhood natural wine bar known for its lively atmosphere and selection of clean, juicy wines. The food menu features high-quality, delicious products, with the fried corn on the cob with chili oil crumble being a standout favorite among visitors. The restaurant is open every day, making it a convenient spot for wine and tapas lovers.

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Neighborhood natural wine barYARD, the natural wine bar everyone wishes were in their neighborhood. Glorious delicious products on the plate, clean juicy wines in the glass and a palpable buzzy friendly vibe in the air. I am obsessed with the fried corn on the cob chili oil crumble. Bonus points for being open every day,

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Yard Cave & Restaurant

Yard Cave & Restaurant

6 Rue de Mont-Louis

6 Rue de Mont-Louis, 75011 Paris, France

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