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Little Red Door Paris

Little Red Door

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One of Paris’ newest cocktail bars and already ranked in Drinks International’s “world’s top 50 bars in 2013”! The Little Red Door entered the scene with a sophisticated sense of style. No décor detail is overlooked, from the elegant glassware to the specially designed light fixtures. Enjoy! Parisianist.

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About this place

60 rue Charlot, 75003
Line 8 - Fille du Calvaire Line 3/5/9/11 - République

Monday : 18:00 pm - 2:00 am
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Monday : 18:00 pm - 2:00 am 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 : 18:00 pm - 2:00 am

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In just about a year of existence (opening in December 2012), the Little Red Door was catapulted into Drink International’s top 50 bars of the world. This is a clear indicator that we are not talking about some random bar at the corner of a small Parisian dark alley. Located in the up and coming upper part of the Marais district, this is one of the Parisian hot spots when it comes to delicious and elaborate cocktails


The façade is neutral. No signs, no lights. Open the discrete front grey door and the first thing you see is… another door, a little red door. But hold on… Don’t think that’s the way to enter the bar: that little red door being generally locked, you’ll have a better chance to enter the bar through the not-so-little-and-red door on your left. The Little Red Door is not a speakeasy bar per say although some like to believe that little red doors were used as a recognition sign for speakeasy bars during the Prohibition period in the USA. 


While a lot of bars boast about working with small local producers, sometimes putting fair trade before quality, the Little Red Door is all about the taste. Mark, the new manager, says that regardless of the brand, if it tastes great, it’s at the Little Red Door. Of course, working with fresh ingredients and local small producers is a plus as Mark prefers friendly and more personal business relationships! There are around 12 drinks on the menu, all between 12 and 14 Euros, which are changed approximately 2 times a year to insure ingredient freshness and customer satisfaction. 


Having hamburgers, hot dogs or shared dried meats platters is one thing, but does that make you stand out from the other bars? No! Moreover, having these snacks on the menu implies having cutlery, which means more logistics, more dishes to clean etc... Forget individuality and forget knives and forks: people come here for conviviality and a touch of class, which brought the management team to rethink the menu. With the help of Street Food, a catering company created by young up and coming world class chefs, delicious bite-size portions of French culinary creations can be ordered, a perfect combination with the tasty cocktails.  


The Little Red Door: now there’s a strange name for a cocktail bar! Owner Timothée thought: “why give an alcohol oriented name to his bar when so many other options exist? And why go for the dark and dim atmosphere that so many other bar go for?” The real explanation behind the name is surprising: since a little red door was often used as a portal to a fun or imaginary world (like Alice in Wonderland), then why not just call it the Little Red Door! As for the decoration, it would have to be something colorful. The furniture comes from London, the slate tiles on the floor are a reference to Parisian roofs and the colorful chairs give the bar a certain street art look.


Although the Little Red Door attracts quite a big crowd during weekend nights, it’s generally a very laid back area, perfect for a chat amongst friends. And according to the mood of the evening, the staff will select the appropriate music. Don’t expect to see people dance here, although if the ambiance is pumping on a Saturday night, the music might be cranked up to 10!


When it comes to trendy cocktails bars, Paris is definitely the place to be and therefore the Little Red Door attracts a faire share of international visitors, especially during the week. On weekends though, chances are you will find more French customers. In order to cater to this variety of people, cultures and tastes, highly experienced bar tenders are there to make the cocktails of your choice.


If you are in the upper Marais area, go to the Little Red Door. It’s as easy as that! After having spent a day of shopping in this lively neighborhood, make sure you stop here in the evening for a drink, either before or after dinner. It’s the perfect place to relax in style.

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