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What’s one of Paris’s top cocktail bar connoisseurs concocting these days? Welcome to Divine, a cocktail bar discreetly set in the trendy 10th Arrondissement. Following his Bespoke fame, Nicolas Munoz opened Bisou, a tiny gem of a bar close to Place de la République. This past May, Divine took the spotlight.
This elegantly edgy bar serving small plates provides the perfect scene for a night of revelry or a cozy evening with friends. Each creative cocktail with names ranging from Bananarama to Divine Highball, boasts a bouquet of flavors and comes served in its own art deco glass. Even the ice cubes are customized.
I couldn’t resist the Fleur, mixing mezcal, saké and vermouth rosé in just the right amounts. In the order of non-alcoholic drinks, the Essence made of beets, fleur d’oranger and verjus tempted me. For the traditionalists, classic cocktails, an assortment of beer including their own, and natural wines are among the offerings.
To complement the sweet or spicy libations, savory snacks include a fried chicken sandwich, a plentiful plate of nachos, or vegetable samosas, among other globally-inspired tasty treats. On Sundays, the scene turns toward one of lively brunch where juicy Bloody Mary’s, some of the best in Paris might I add, are paired with chicken and waffles or pancakes covered in fruit. Saturday night cocktails followed by Sunday brunch, anyone?