photo credit: Sara Lieberman
Le Collier De La Reine
This spot from the people behind the fun, small plate-focused restaurant Déviant is located in a large space in the Haute Marais. And when we say large, we mean it: there’s counter seating in the front for seafood snacks and tapas, a main dining room with a full menu where you’ll need a reservation, and a cave downstairs holding hundreds of bottles to browse through and cork on the spot. The restaurant serves classics like onion soup and pot au feu, but we much prefer the front section where you can get tastier small bites and the wine selection without a reservation. They also do cocktails like the Clemintina with pet-nat, clementine cordial, and spices, hold meet-the-winemaker pop-ups, and are open for lunch and dinner on Saturday and Sunday.
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