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This is one of the most relaxed wine bars I've been to, they have a great collection of wine, which you can enjoy with good quality appetizers. The servers will try their best to satisfy your taste buds and they would most likely succeed.
Being non-French speaking we relied entirely on the suggestion of the lovely man at the bar ... the wine he suggested was absolutely stunning so with a bottle on the table and a delicious selection of cheeses on a platter, we experienced a very relaxed...More
We were recommended to go to Lot of Wine by the desk clerk at our hotel. We found it easily, and were met at the door by (I assume) the owner. She found us a very nice table, and we proceeded to gain advice from...More
Want good wine, good service, good simple food? Look no further. A great place to stop for a bite, some regional snacks and a warm atmosphere. Used by locals and tourists, it's an unassuming hit. Try it.
Centrally located wine bar with a reasonably priced selection of wine, charcuterie (meats) and fromage (cheese)! On arrival you'll need to explain what wine you're craving & the very friendly owners will find you your heart's desire! An authentic and excellent experience every time!
Lovely, lovely night with our new antipodean wine connoisser shamen Will Cooper and the lovely (if somewhat socially excluded) Cara (Divine???) At Lot of Wine....an experience that if you miss...well you may just as well have missed Paris! Many thanks to our jardinierres, wine butlers...More
We were taken here on several occasions by Parisian friends who consider it one of their favourite places to go. The walls are lined with hundreds of bottles of wine with 2 prices---one for drink in and one for take home. The owners obviously have...More
We met the owner of Lot of Wine while buying gin in another wine store in the Marais. He was there tasting wine with the owner, and when we asked for a good spot for a drink and light food for that evening, he invited...More
This is a great place to go for good quality wine by the glass or by the bottle. You can also buy bottles to take home. On Thursdays the in-house bottles are the same price as take home bottles. Small, intimate, and mostly frequented by...More
The Marais is a winding maze of multi-faceted streets that beg to be explored. It bursts with small boutiques, historic buildings, cozy traditional restaurants, and hidden parks. Around each corner, you'll come across little gems of architecture spanning the centuries, from understated medieval towers to classical libraries and 17th century splendour. This neighbourhood unites a rich mix of
people of all ages, but it's best known for the gay scene mostly in the south and the Jewish community around Rue des Rosiers.