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Le Coq Bar

Le Coq

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Why you will love it?

If you are looking for a very original cocktail bar which could easily be called the “Frenchiest” bar of them all, look no further. In a very raw yet stylish decor, Le Coq focuses on French ingredients, pushing the limits of cocktail chemistry with a real in-house laboratory to experiment recipes and offer rich flavours to a diverse clientele. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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About this place

12 Rue du Château d'Eau, 75010
Line 5 - Jacques Bonsergent Line 3/5/8/9/11 - République

Wednesday : 18:00 pm - 2:00 am
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Monday : Closed Tuesday : 18:00 pm - 2:00 am Wednesday : 18:00 pm - 2:00 am Thursday : 18:00 pm - 2:00 am Friday : 18:00 pm - 2:00 am Saturday : 18:00 pm - 2:00 am Sunday : Closed

Our Insiders' Article


If they knew, Napoleon and Joan of Arc would mostly likely faint… Yes, believe it or not, Le Coq (the Rooster, symbol of France) is without a doubt the cocktail bar with the most French Touch in its menu, and we owe this to… an English man! Tony Conigliaro (who used to work in the perfume industry) is the man behind the molecular mixology and concept of Le Coq, a bar located a stone’s throw away from Place de la République. 


Le Coq has something that not even the trendiest cocktail bars in Paris have: an in-house laboratory. The laboratory is an experimental area, where cocktails are made and tested before they are proposed on the menu. The real essences of alcohols, fruits or any other ingredients are broken down in the chemistry-like flasks and tubes to create the finest of cocktails. This area can be privatized for special events and the “machine” is used to make special cocktails on the spot.


Tony, along with owners Thierry and Eric wanted to keep the French spirit when opening Le Coq in November 2012, and this can be seen all the way down to the ingredients of the cocktails and food. The signature cocktails of the Coq tend to put the spotlight on French products, some of which have recently almost disappeared from most bars: Absinthe Pernot, Bénédictine, Suze… Tony’s idea was to use these typical French beverages and combine them with regular alcohols, or use them to give a special French twist to more classic cocktails. Surprisingly enough, the cocktails come at very decent prices. The light and easy to drink Fleur du Mal is a best seller, but don’t hesitate to try bartender Jemery’s favorite, a mouthwatering mix of Calvados and Cider.


You can imagine that this is not the place where you will find hot dogs and burgers on the menu. Instead, you will find 3 very French classic snacks: a cheese platter, a dried meat platter (saucisson) and the traditional croque-monsieur, a grilled ham and cheese sandwich.


When it was time to decorate the newly acquired bar (which used to be a dodgy restaurant/nightclub before), Tony decided to go with a very raw and simplistic style. The idea was to recreate what could have been Andy Warhol’s factory: plain concrete walls, a simple yet classy wooden bar and metal stools with lights hanging from the ceiling held by apparent electric cables. There are no large arm chairs at Le Coq but rather small comfortable benches and tables. A couple of black and white large photos add up to the cool décor.


The idea is simple: the guests bring life to the bar. Le Coq is not a dancing spot. The people come here for a good time, and the large and spacious room make it very comfortable as you will usually not have to elbow your way through a dense crowd (although you might not get a seat after 10pm on weekends). Any type of music is played at the Coq, but there is just one rule: it has to be from the 1970’s. Soul will most likely be played on chill weekdays while a bit of disco and a lot of rock will be your ear candy for weekend nights. 


The staff might be 100% French, but the clientele is international. And while the Americans and English will almost exclusively go for a cocktail, Le Coq caters to French expectations by offering a small but good selection of wine and Champagne (by the bottle). So let Napoleon cry on Lord Nelson’s shoulder all he wants because this Anglo-French combination is the reference when it comes to a cocktail bar à la French.

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