Time for Sun … and Rosé in Paris

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©Mademoiselle Mouche
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Le Brach
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Le Brach

On the first floor of Le Brach, the Philippe Starck-designed hotel, chill on comfortable couches, shaded by oversized pot plants, and snack on black truffle and edamame dim sum and poke bowls.

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Le Jardin
Courtesy Le Jardin
Le Jardin

The city’s first outdoor speakeasy, Le Jardin invites you into a secret garden to enjoy Paris-made beer from the Paname Brewing Company and local Parisian wine courtesy of the Winerie Parisienne.

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Courtesy Mademoiselle Mouche
Mademoiselle Mouche

Celebrating its 70th anniversary, Bateaux-Mouches has inaugurated its open-air rooftop bar, Mademoiselle Mouche. Overlooking the River Seine, this bar is the hot spot for cocktails with a view. 

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MOB Hotel
Courtesy MOB Hotel
MOB Hotel

Near the famous Paris flea market, the MOB Hotel is hosting Summer Garden, a festive barbecue party where you can grill your own skewers while enjoying a drink. Open Th-F 6-10pm, Sa-Su noon-10pm.

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Le Jardin du Petit Palais
©A. Schachmes
Le Jardin du Petit Palais

Le Jardin du Petit Palais is a cute little haven for a tranquil lunch. With the sounds of the birds chirping in the background, enjoy light and tasty dishes including roasted king prawns served with green beans.

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Courtesy Polpo
Polpo Plage

Every Friday through Sunday, Polpo, the seafood brasserie, takes you to the south of France. Grab a beach chair and enjoy the view with a lobster roll in one hand and a cold beer in the other.

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Ralph's Paris
Courtesy Ralph's

Ralph’s takes you to the Hamptons with wrought iron furniture and colorful cushions decorating the patio restaurant. In the shade of the lush plants dine on crab cakes, Cobb salad or New York strip steak.

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Courtesy Printemps

Shop till you drop at Printemps before heading to the eighth floor to dine at Supernature. The restaurant specialises in vegetarian and vegan dishes. Lunch while admiring the view of the city.

By Sandra Iskander on 05/31/2019

The sun is out, and shining, and that means one thing here in Paris… going alfresco. The city waits all year to sit outside and watch the world go by or sit on a rooftop overlooking the gorgeous city. Either way, the winning ticket is a spot outside. Here we share with you our favourite spots for getting that summertime sun—and more importantly—to enjoy a glass of chilled rosé.