Article Title: In the modern bars of Paris, cocktail culture reigns supreme

 

Article Summary

This article focuses on the different cocktail bars that Paris has to offer. The author describes his experience about drinking in different well-known cocktail bars from every nook of Paris. Giving a brief account of most of the bars, the author takes us on a virtual tour of these bars. From Little Red Door to Copper Bay, the author visits all of them. The author describes the quality of the drinks, the uniqueness and speciality of every bar and the overall experience of visiting these bars. Paris offers ample opportunities for those longing for a youthful desire for escape and recreation.

 

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Words to learn from this Article:

Tantalizing – excite the senses or desires of

Sojourn – a temporary stay

Gastronome – a gourmet; a connoisseur of good food; a person with a discerning palate

Cassoulet – a French stew made with meat

Langouste – a spiny lobster, especially when prepared and cooked

Haute culture – term sometimes used in general media as a definition for cultural activities or items that achieve the highest standards

Brasserie – a restaurant in France or in a French style

Arrondissement – a subdivision of a French department, for local government administration

Speakeasy – an illicit liquor shop or drinking club

Formidable – inspiring fear or respect through being impressively large, powerful, intense, or capable

Mezzanine – a low storey between two others in a building, typically between the ground and first floors

Concierge – (especially in France) a resident caretaker of a block of flats or a small hotel

Ferret –  rummage about in a place or container in search of something

Excursion – a short journey or trip, especially one taken as a leisure activity

Exemplary – serving as a desirable model; very good

Barrage- a concentrated artillery bombardment over a wide area

 
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