Happy Hour and afterwork in a Parisian alleyway at Pub St-Germain's Terrace

Nestled in Cour du Commerce Saint-André, in the oldest passage in Paris, located on the moats of the Philippe Auguste enclosure that marked the boundaries of the city of Paris. There are still remnants of this mythical fortification.

At number 20, Danton lived for five years before his arrest, and a few numbers further: another major figure of the Revolution, Marat, had set up the printing press for his political journal, "L'ami du Peuple" (The Friend of the People). A bell, still visible today above the café's roof, was rung to announce that the newspaper was ready.

And now? A small secret haven of peace, sheltered from the Parisian tumult, where you can dine and quench your thirst.

« Having a drink in the Cour du Commerce Saint André is like taking part in the history of Paris »Linda

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Happy Hour 5pm-8pm


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