Paris: Le Verre Vole

Cyril Bordarier’s funky little place is wildly popular with food industry folk around the world, and visitors alike, for the affordable bottles of natural wine paired with classic French and Japanese-inspired plates.

Insider Tip:

The terrace is amazing people watching in the summer. Tables are side by side for 2 people.

What to Order:

Every thing is delicious, and the seasonal menus change nearly every day. Thankfully they keep the campus house classic grilled saucisse-pureed potatoes with Dijon mustard and salad on the menu as I can never get enough of it.

Getting In:

Absolutely call ahead to reserve or chance a late walk in.

The Vibe:

Relaxed and funky and reflects its location on the hipster-graffiti Canal Saint-Martin.

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.

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.

Le Verre Vole

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Le Verre Vole