Bars / Restaurants

L'Atalante

"Pars! Paris! Infamous and marvelous city!" It's while bellowing these words through a gramophone horn that father Jules returns to his barge, after a night of carousing in the taverns of the Seine's right bank. Immortalized by Jean Vigo in his film L'Atalante during the early 1930's, this eccentric old sailor incarnates a certain idea of the capital. A Paris that, despite the difficulties, remains festive and communal.

It's with this old-style tavern state of mind that the Atalante welcomes you from morning to night on the banks of the Canal de l'Ourcq. The Atalante is foremost a beer temple, with no less than 20 taps to delight beer lovers with beers selected and sought out with care through the seasons.