Champagne bar in Paris : enjoy a fabulous night out

Champagne bar in Paris : enjoy a fabulous night out

Published on 17 October 2017 in Flavour & Gastronomy

Champagne bar in Paris is the brainchild of Marc Cocquerelle, a fan of this fine drink who wanted to share his passion in an inviting atmosphere. 'Call Me Bubbles' is the first champagne bar of its kind in Paris, and the perfect place for a night out during a rejuvenating break at Les Plumes Hotel.

Champagne bar in Paris is a great way to sample the finest vintages

Champagne lover Marc Cocquerelle created 'Call Me Bubbles' with the intention of sharing his passion with a like minded clientele. Now you can sample a glass of your favourites, or splash out on a bottle of a rare vintage at terrific prices.

'Call me Bubbles' is located in the trendy boho area of Lamarck Caulaincourt at the foot of Montmartre, and its intimate atmosphere is conducive to this finest of wines. Decorated with beautiful baroque tapestries and retro style lamps, it's the perfect place to enjoy an intimate evening with your partner or to celebrate a special occasion with friends, and 'Call Me Bubbles' has become a favourite with artists, models and designers.

If you've ever wanted to try Valéry Robert Rose by the glass, or if you yearn to open vintage Dom Perignon, the reasonable rates and low capping fees at 'Call Me Bubbles' make it possible. An extensive cellar features some of the finest champagnes, including Dom Perignon, Lanson and Ruinart.

Les Plumes Hotel is a chic setting for your visit to champagne bar in Paris

At Les Plumes Hotel you're just a 20 minute walk from 'Call Me Bubbles' as well as close to many of the best loved sights and attractions of Paris by metro or taxi. Rejuvenate body and soul in our beautifully styled rooms where your every comfort has been considered. Follow in the footsteps of the great 19th century thinkers who frequented the area at Les Plumes Hotel, where even the staff's uniforms recall the era of Rimbaud, Verlaine and Sands.

Copyright: Paris Tourist Office; Photographer: Amélie Dupont

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