138 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·
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Aioli jazz et Mojito !
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A trendy bar in Paris paces. The servers are adorable. Ask to be installed on the balcony!
You just can't pass up this place. Overlooking the port and a view of the 'Bonne Mere', you feel like you're sitting inside a boat while eating fresh seafood.
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