Best terrace of Paris Summer 2019 – Our TOP 5

#5 terrace hotel – Le  Buddha-bar Hotel Paris

If you are looking for hidden terraces, away from the sights and excitement of the Capital, then head to the terrace of the Buddha-Bar Hotel Paris. Let yourself be carried away by the beauty of this paved courtyard of 200 m².

The hotel invites us this year on the Silk Road and offers a Sunset Party, without denying his love for Asian culture. The famous Parisian palace offers various entertainment and especially a concert of oriental music, for a guaranteed escape!

With your drink, you will find the classics of Japanese cuisine, like sushi, maki, gyoza and other yakitori. To try a granite stand for a moment of freshness, alcoholic or not.

#4 Confidential – Marcello 

Located in front of the Saint-Germain market, Marcello is a Germanopratin coffee shop that combines the sweetness of Italy with the coolness of Brooklyn. You will enjoy its large terrace sheltered from the tumult of the city.

A true haven of peace with 130 seats and a wall cover of climbing plants.

Here, they imagined a hybrid place, serving drinks and foods at any time of the day. From breakfast to “aperitivo”. The Marcello is the perfect coffee shop in the afternoon with macchiato and matcha latte or the ideal place for lunch or dinner with their home-made pasta dishes.

The restaurant offers an all-day dinner from 8 am to midnight, every day without interruption.

#3 My Favorite Les Maquereaux

Reopening of the iodized terrace on the river Seine – Right Bank.

Terrace of the houseboat reveals a space of 250 m² to chill in a relaxed atmosphere. To loosen up, the terrace offers large tables and comfortable sofas.

You can taste products from French region like oysters from Côtes-d’Armor, butter from Isigny-sur-Mer, cold cuts from Maison Dubernet, smoked tuna, sardines and mackerel from Ile d’Yeu.

To accompany those local products; the Maquereaux has a good selection of wines from small producers. And for lovers of clever drinks, succumb to the different cocktails (Spritz, Moscow Mule, Pisco Sour …).

#2 trendy & healthy – The pop market

This summer, in the 12th arrondissement of Paris, you will find the new Pop Market. A huge ephemeral spot dedicated to good food and well-being, the Pop Market is welcoming you from June 7 to October 15, 2019, to reveal its incredible 5000 m² space, its 9 counters, its 3 bars, its open BBQ or its animations playful!

When you think summer, you think barbecues… The Pop Market will open its doors to a 100% Irish space, the Jameson BBQ. On the menu, 500 m² dedicated to meat lovers and Jameson Irish Whiskey with three proposed BBQ experiences:

The Alembic BBQ – A selection of Irish meats macerated in Jameson spirit and cooked in the first barbecue in the form of France.

The Shed – A selection of Irish chefs will follow one another to offer you a food & cocktail pairing menu entirely prepared for the BBQ.

Open BBQ – For BBQ enthusiasts, opt for the friendly BBQ.

#1 Our Best – The Dernier Etage

To celebrate the beginning of summer, we suggest you a spectacular venue the Dernier étage in the 18th district. A HyperNature experience on one of the most secret rooftop of Paris. Do like the Champagne House Perrier-Jouët and invested the place to offer a bucolic champagne bar and an exclusive restaurant signed Akrame with panoramic views of Paris!

The wonderful private terrace could welcome all your event and we literally dazzle your guests.

A breathtaking view, a gourmet meal ideally granted, that’s enough to spend a delicious moment.

In short, to (re) discover all those summer spots, send us an email you will forward the addresses…

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