A garden corner like in Provence

The promise? Provence in Paris. Wooden crates, wicker armchairs, olive trees, deck chairs… the Petites Gouttes bistro (Atlas Market and Street Popote, that’s them) is squatting the Esplanade Nathalie Sarraute in front of the Hall Pajol right near Barbès. In short: the ideal hideaway to chill all summer long.

On the program: swing happy hours and intimate concerts, DJ sets and a huge local bal on Sunday. To kill time between two lives, also on the agenda you have pilates workshops, yoga and massage, as well as pétanque, reading and games for kids. All entirely free—life is just amazing, no ?

Summer eats : food from all over world: banhmi chicken (8,50€), a poke bowl form Hawai (fish, ginger, quinoa, salad, courgette, carrot, tomatoes, avocado 17€) or a Brazilian style chicken (15€). To be tested also : a Senegalese cheeseburger with yassa sauce (15€), yummy !

At the bar : house specialities such as healthy or yummy cocktails, special kudos to the Jockey Club (amaretto and orange, 12€) and El Presidente (raspberry and basil, Bacardi).

Its heart asset: the family ambiance of Petites Gouttes that promises happy moments.

Dans un coin de jardin, until the 2nd of October 2016.

Everyday except Monday and Tuesday, du Wednesday to Friday from 4pm to 11pm and on Saturday from 3pm to 11pm

By Suzanne Langlais

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