Revealing the location of the secret hidden bars of Paris

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The entrances of these bars are hidden and almost impossible to find by chance, but they are the coolest place to be for those who are lucky to discover them. Through a closet, a freezer, or a fake laundry machine, welcome to the secret bars of Paris. Save these addresses for a unique experience on your next trip to France.


Have you ever been to Paris and found a big line outside of a random laundromat in the middle of the night? And it gets even weirder because inside it’s empty? Probably not, but if you ever do, that’s the entrance to Lavomatic. One of the washing machines is actually a fake door that takes you to a hidden cocktail bar. Lavomatic has become quite popular and it’s not so much of a secret, but the cocktails are delicious, and we have more secret bars you might not know. 

Lavomatic bar in Paris 

(Photo by Lavomatic)

Lavomatic: 30 Rue Rene Boulanger, Paris


Moonshiner It’s behind a charming pizzeria, their Prohibition theme will take you back to the past and make you feel like you are in a movie. The perfect place to drink a whisky and imagine you are in the 1930s

Moonshier Bar in Paris

(Photo by Moonshiner)

Moonshiner: 5 Rue Sedaine, Paris


L’Epicier looks like a small supermarket, but one of the shelves is a secret door that you can only open by pulling the right product. Revealing a secret bar with great decoration and better drinks. The Oriental style will make you forget you are in Paris. We recommend you the cocktail Cleopatra’s bath.

L'Epicier Bar in Paris

(Photo by L'Epicier)

L’Epicier: 24 Rue Notre Dame de Nazareth, Paris

No Entry 

If you go to the Pink Mamma restaurant, you’ll find great Italian food and an Instagramable location. But most people don’t know there’s also a secret bar inside the restaurant. It’s called No Entry and we dare you to find it, if you can’t, don’t forget to ask the staff, they might give you an important clue.

No Entry Secret Bar

(Photo by No Entry)

No Entry: 20bis, Rue de Douai, Paris

 The Blaine

Unlike the others on this list, to enter the Blaine bar, finding it is not enough, you will need a password, and it changes every week. You will find a simple black door and a man next to it to hear the password. The theme is Prohibition in the ’30s, with jazz, dim lights, and velvet armchairs. Contact them on Facebook for the secret password and enjoy a beautiful evening there.

Blaine Bar 65 Rue Pierre Charron, 75008.

These are not all the secret bars of the city, but a good start. There’s always more mystery and more to explore in Paris. Do it with the perfect sophisticated French watch, Ultra's SuperAutomatic Maille Silver Night. Inspired by endless nights and stories in France. 

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