The Vibe & Dress Code:
Brooklyn in Paris. Relaxed, which reflects its location on the hipster, graffiti decorated Canal Saint-Martin. Dress Code? Jeans and your best sneakers.
What to Know Before You Go:
Although it is a renowned natural wine address, it is NOT a wine ‘bar’ for glasses of wine but a proper sit down meal for lunch or dinner. Wine bars in France are legally speaking, informal restaurants where food must be served in order to sell wine.
Call for reservations at least 1-2 weeks in advance – don’t be intimidated by a language-barrier. Walk-ins are welcome everywhere in Paris but that doesn’t guarantee a seat especially in wildly popular places like Le Verre Volé.
Their Sister Restaurant
Don’t miss their new sister seafood bar on the same street at #53, Sur Mer, with the incredible Olive Davoux rocking out delicious seasonal dishes like oysters, seafood platters and sharing plates paired with natural wine.