Le Très Particulier
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.