Le Très Par­ti­c­ulier

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It is one of the city’s best kept, and well-hid­den, es­tab­lish­ments, and now the man­sion-cum-ho­tel, where pa­trons need to ring a door­bell to be wel­comed in, has opened a bar within its gated walls. The Ho­tel Par­ti­c­ulier Mont­martre, which is perched on the Mont­martre hill­top and is al­most in­vis­i­ble to passers-by, opened its bar Le Très Par­ti­c­ulier less than a cou­ple of months ago and is al­ready be­ing hailed as the place to be and be seen by the city’s so­cialites. Open from Wed­nes­day through to Sun­day, the bar serves as a quaint tea sa­lon be­tween 2 and 6pm and from 6pm to 2am and through to 4am on Thurs­day nights the space trans­forms into a cock­tail bar. An ex­ten­sion of the ho­tel’s se­cret gar­den, the bar’s dé­cor boasts trop­i­cal plants de­tail­ing

the walls, cre­at­ing an in­side/out­side feel to en­joy orig­i­nal cock­tails with names that in­clude No­body’s Per­fect and Room 237. The bar also serves a home­made punch, made over two

days, the recipe is se­cret and changes ev­ery five days.

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