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Highlighting the most beautiful rooftops in Paris

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Summer is in full swing and Paris is emptying its inhabitants … to allow themselves to be better admired by those who have understood that the beautiful season is undoubtedly the most pleasant time to experience suspenseful moments, perched on the heights of the capital. The proof of these five titles is as magical as it is exclusive.

Bar “The Shed” – Hotel des Grands Boulevards

“The Shed” bar – Hotel des Grands Boulevards (Credits: Karel Balas)

Place : Hotel des Grands Boulevards retreats a little from the hustle and bustle of the area, surprising first of all with its calmness. A contrast that puts the visitor in the best conditions to be enchanted by the atmosphere of the place. Decorated by Dorothy Melchzon, Building #18H The century is seductive with its historical character, wrapped in decorative references. If the restaurant installed under the glass ceiling on the ground floor is clearly worth a visit, this time the experience is played to the heights of the hotel. Located on the top floor, the roof is undoubtedly one of the most secret hideaways in Paris. As soon as we crossed the threshold, we let ourselves be carried away by the live music to our table, hidden from our neighbors by the generous flora. To live happy, live subtle.

the card : According to the reputation of venues signed by the Experimental Group, The Shed bar is no exception to the rule of offering a signature cocktail menu. A “Water Meloni” – served iced – or a “Fleuri en Ville” would be perfect to open the evening. The menu also includes a selection of non-alcoholic cocktails that blend spices and citruses to tantalize the taste buds. Drinks accompany dishes to share with Franco-Italian influences such as ceviche, a plate of grilled octopus a la plancha or even burrata and Italian charcuterie. And pasta !

The Shed, Hotel des Grands Boulevards, 17 Boulevard Poissonnière, 75002 Paris

Rooftop Bar – Hotel Rochechouart

The Rooftop Bar – Hotel Rochechouart (Credits: Romain Ricard)

Place : Located in the heart of 9H, the facility is one of the unmissable places in Pigalle. A former hotspot for Parisian nightlife, the third property of the Orso hotel brand has been revisited in an Art Deco atmosphere by duo FESTEN and architects Anouk and Louis Solanet. We go down to the glass elevator, direction 9H Floor to discover hanging garden with 360 degree viewH All over Paris, from Montmartre to the Eiffel Tower. Curled up in the comfy seats at the bar, and Paris under your feet, the evening can start off well.

the card : During the week, the menu gives way to cocktails, such as the Marguerite (the specialty), and generously served Mocktails, as well as a selection of culinary proposals to satisfy little appetites. On weekends, the bar gives way to the Grill on the Roof welcoming its customers in a family atmosphere. On the sweet side, we can’t resist the strawberry and raspberry platter served with vanilla whipped cream.

The Rooftop Bar, Hotel Rochechouart, 55 Boulevard de Rochechouart, 75009 Paris

Penthouse Suite Experience – Four Seasons Hotel George V, Paris

Penthouse suite experience suggested by Christian Le Square, Chef de Cuisine at Four Seasons Hotel Georges V, Paris (Credits: Anne-Emmanuelle Thion)

Place : Penthouse Suite Experience is located on the top floor of one of the most beautiful palaces in the capital, offering a breathtaking view: from the Eiffel Tower to the Dôme des Invalides through the basement of the Grand Palais. On top of this extraordinary experience, we find the team at Restaurant Le Cinq, led by three-star chef Christian Le Square, who sign off on a refined culinary score. The perfect address to celebrate a special occasion.

the card : On this three-star picnic under the skies of Paris, Chef Christian Le Square imagined a 5-course menu tinged with references to Brittany, the region that rocked his childhood. Thus we find Breton langoustines, lukewarm mayonnaise, buckwheat pancakes or a turbot serving meunier, enhanced by the delicious flavors of the sea. Another surprise on the menu, Foie Gras Pebbles, the creation of Chef Trompe Lowell, is one of Le Cinque’s iconic dishes. The highlight of the evening is the crunchy grapefruit, whose refreshing notes will extend the journey of the senses.

Penthouse Suite Experience, Four Seasons Hotel George V, 31 avenue Georges V, 75008 Paris

Rooftop of Molitor Hotel

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Rooftop of Molitor Hotel (credits: Sebastien Giroud)

Place : a guaranteed escape from the rooftop of the Molitor Hotel, which justifies lunch alone with a breathtaking view of one of the most exclusive swimming pools in the capital and, at least, the most Instagrammed. With blue being the only horizon, and comfortably seated on a comfortable bench, it really does feel like you’re on vacation. New for the season, Molitor is hosting a bar in the solarium in collaboration with premium French vodka brand Gray Goose. No matter if the weather turns fickle, this summer, we’ll be staying on the rooftop of Hotel Molitor, relaxing with the rhythmic groups of in-residence DJs every weekend.

the card : Chef Martin Simulka, at the helm of the Foundation’s kitchens, imagines for the rooftop restaurant a new gourmet summer menu made up of seasonal produce. On the programme, hummus with peas, lemon, sumac, bread chips, grilled eggplant caviar or even stracciatella from Puglia accompanied by field tomatoes. Special mention to the semi-cooked Mediterranean bluefin tuna, basil, scallions and ginger seasoning, one of the chef’s signature dishes.

Rooftop Molitor, 6 Avenue de la Porte Molitor, 75016 Paris

The Hidden Table by Michel Roth-Le BH in the Marais

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The Hidden Table by Michel Roth-Le BH in the Marais

Place : The most appropriate name for a table waiting to be discovered. To find it, you must reach 5H The shop floor is on rue de la Vire and you pass the famous Green Curtain. There, in this cozy space, whose decor mixes shades of deep, warm green with ocher tones, the table of Michel Roth, Bocuse d’Or, and Meilleur Ouvrier de France comes to life. An ardent advocate of French gastronomy, the chef here unveils an innovative and gourmet menu, friendly and accessible. The proof, the prices of the dishes fluctuate between €22 and €34. It only opens at lunchtime, and it’s rumored that, from September, Hidden Table will play extra time in the evening. All the more reason to be tempted…

the card : To imagine the restaurant’s menu, Michel Roth surrounded himself with young chefs Thomas Sherbet and Morgan Quillian. The plats of season font la part belle aux produits du terroir such as the foie gras mi-cuit à la rhubarbe, chutney de fraise au balsamic vinaigrette or encore la volaille fermière in deux cuissons, serve with avec un fricassé of champignons aux petits pois et son capuccino potato. If only one had to be kept? Without hesitation, the sautéed veal with tarragon flavor, artichoke rinds and smoked bacon, perfectly pampering dip.

The Hidden Table by Michel Roth, BHV Marais, 52 rue de la Verrerie, 75004 Paris

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