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The new Prince de Galles' bar

A Parisian

cocktail bar

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The cocktail and culinary memoir bar offers, in an intimate and exclusive atmosphere, the opportunity to savor recipes that honor Paris, to discover the realms of cognac, and taste some of the very best wines and champagnes from local producers.

 

We are open
Following the latest government announcements, the 19.20 closes momentarily at 9pm.

  • Opening Time
  • From Monday to Friday - the bar is open from 7.45 am to 1 am
  • Saturday and Sunday - from 9.45 am to 1 am
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NINETEEN TWENTY
The Story
The Bar
A journey through 100 years of Parisian History

The great Parisian events of the century serve as a backdrop for 10 signature cocktails. These are balanced and easy-to-drink combinations because great cocktails are always the simplest.

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Art Deco
The design In a nod to the Prohibition era of the 1920s and the clandestine speakeasies, Bar 19.20 is adorned with silver curtains, features hints of amber, cognac, and champagne on the walls, combines mahogany with bronze and jade, and offers an all-marble counter. The very Paris Confidential atmosphere is the work of London-based design agency, Blacksheep. Art Deco heritage is reflected in the décor and in the curves of the furniture.
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The best unions of the century take place
in the kitchen

The kitchens in Bar 19.20 are open for breakfast through to a post-midnight refreshment.

With 100 years of history behind it, the Prince de Galles takes you on a journey through a century of cuisine that have marked French culture, revived by locally sourced ingredients and a passion for seasonality.

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Parisian Garden
The Patio

The gastronomic experience at the Prince de Galles can also be enjoyed all year round on the Patio with its walkways and garden. The oasis of calm amidst all the hustle and bustle of the Parisian 8th arrondissement is furnished entirely in wood and decorated with woven lanterns, wall hangings, and drapes. Spectacular mosaics, palm trees, cacti, and ferns complete the sumptuous decors.

The beauty and elegance of the Patio's architecture, which has remained intact since its inauguration in 1929, are unique and protected by the 'Bâtiments de France' (the French architectural review board) as a historical monument.

The refreshing spot surrounded by greenery is ideal to enjoy a lunch, a dinner under the stars, or simply a cocktail.

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