#DebutDoll Batty Bathily: On The Most Dreamy Bars In Paris

This week, #DebutDoll Batty, who hails from Paris, recommends some of the dreamiest bars that can be found in Paris.

There are a large amount of bars in Paris – I have been to a lot of them, but now I aspire to discover some that are unique.

I always want to discover something new and different here.

Somehow, I feel like when you travel or move to a city you don’t usually know where to go for a special moment with friends, co workers or your lover.

I believe that some places can be unforgettable if the place is special, and it’s always fun to discover somewhere new.

If you’re looking for somewhere to spend after work drinks on a Friday or a few hours on an evening, check out some of my recommendations of some of the most unusual, original and funky bars of Paris.

Comptoir General
80 Quai de Jemmapes, 75010 Paris, France

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This bar near Canal saint Martin is inspired by a Milles et une nuit /Tarzan theme but in a modern Parisian way. If you ever dreamt of attending an Aladdin themed party, you can here! You will feel like you’re in Morocco while you’re in Paris – talk about an interesting travelling experience! The bar serves cocktails and exotic street food. It’s everything you need if you want to feel like Jasmine for one night.

Café Bonnie
9 Rue des Récollets, 75010 Paris, France

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If you are girly like me and the colour pink is life, Café Bonnie will fulfill all you girly fantasies. If Barbie and their friends went out, this is where they’d go. This bar is pink, colourful and really unusual. The bar is decorated in a girly, pinky, and modern way with paintings of Wonderwoman, Audrey Hepburn and Snow White on the walls – plus an added touch is pink/purple neon lights.

Doobie’s
2 Rue Robert Estienne, 75008 Paris, France

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Not only does it have an authentic name but it’s indeed more than authentic inside too.

It’s a little charming bar you that can be found along the Champs Elysee. Brunch are a must in this eclectic and royal bar and it’s even more charming at night. But if you’re a morning person too , they cook brunch on Sunday morning.

Words: Batty Bathily
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