Paris: Clamato

Septime’s chic seafood bar is WILDLY popular – join the lively crowd sharing shellfish towers, tapas, small plates, natural wine, and craft beer & cocktails. Products are so fresh that the menu changes every single day.

Insider Tip:

If you find a wait - leave your name and sit it out with a drink at their wine bar across the street. They'll call you when your place is ready. Shellfish is in season usually October - April, early May.

What to Order:

Create your own seafood tower from the selection of oysters, snails, shrimp, clams, etc.

Depending on the season, tapas & small plate choices could be: Utah beach oysters, Fish rillettes, Spicy crab fritters, Ceviche, Tuna Tartare, Sea urchin, Baked razor clams/toasted hazelnuts/herb butter, Scallops/brown butter/cauliflower puree, Octopus carpaccio/grapefruit pulp/anchovy, Smoked shrimp/roasted red pepper/white beans. The signature dessert is maple syrup tart with Chantilly cream.

Getting In:

Go early or go late, this is a no reservation, walk-in only bar.
Great for everyone from solo diners to groups.

What to know before you go:

Perfect for pescatarians – but not for those who have raw / shellfish allergies. Shellfish is in season usually October – April, early May.

Clamato is a busy bar – not a romantic restaurant.

If you don’t drink wine, they’ve got craft beer, gin & tonics and a fun daiquiri machine churning the recipe “du jour” made in house.

Sister restaurants:

Septime – Their casual one-star restaurant next door.

Septime La Cave – Their wine shop nearby is perfect for tapas & wine.

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