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Le Baron Rouge

Author: Anothertravelguide.com2 COMMENTS

Le Baron Rouge

Le Baron Rouge is one of the most colorful wine bars in Paris and a unique tasting space as well. Interestingly that supplied by small independent producers in Bordeaux, Rhône and Loire regions, wine comes only in casks there. The bar itself is quite smallish, and people therefore swarm outside on the street. Especially on warm afternoons, wine lovers of various ranks and backgrounds gather there - from guys in worn down shoes to ladies with lapdogs and Chanel purses. A glass of wine costs between 1.50 and 3.20 euro, and you can get something more substantial too, like oysters or sausages, for example. Or, if you wish to stretch your evening someplace else, wine is available in bulk as well - a bottle for takeaway can be filled for just for 4 euro.

Le Baron Rouge is closed on Sunday nights and on Mondays.

1 rue Th. Roussel
75012 Paris
Phone: +33 1 43 43 14 32

05/2009

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Denise Green

Visited: December 2010

An Parisian institution! Visit the nearby Marché d'Aligre.

Mareyn Peynenbourg

Visited: October 2009

Fresh Oysters for breakfast! Good wines en great cheeses too ! (and good foodmarket around the corner mornings)

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