Mademoiselle Rose, the tropicool hot-spot

Mademoiselle rose paris barge

Cast off at the foot of the Pont Marie bridge, right next to the Marais where the waterfront of MR (Mademoiselle Rose) is creating the buzz. A barge to hang out on during summer evenings while enjoying a nice drink with a postcard view of the sunset.

Behind this furiously cool address hides Marc-Antoine Surand, a party-goer and Parisian ambiance maker (la Guinguette Tour Eiffel, that’s him) with his entire gang on deck. Great atmosphere and good mood guaranteed!

On the program, good rosé (5€) and top notch eats. And with reason Thierry Breton supplies the bread and vegetable king Joel Thiebault, supplier of leading restaurants, is in charge of top notch produce.

Result? Fab plump bun sandwiches (7€); a great croque monsieur (12€), slabs of charcuteries and refreshing small salads (12€). All on board!

Open Wednesday to Friday from 4pm to 2am, Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 2am.

Also discover the chicest summer happy hour : les Jardins du Pont Neuf.

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Where to find it?


Quai des Célestins - Port de l’Hôtel de Ville

75004 Paris

06 40 59 90 57

Saint-paul (le Marais) Saint-paul (le Marais)

Sully-morland Sully-morland

Pont Marie (cite Des Arts) Pont Marie (cite Des Arts)

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