In a reasonably small space that gets extremely crowded as the
night goes on, the decor is made up of North African and Moroccan artefacts, silk-screened
Moroccan coffee ads, seats that could very well be a recycled paint tin, arched
colonnades, tiled floors, brightly coloured woven lanterns and throw cushions, plus a
terrace that also has recycled items to sit on.
The Andy Wahloo bar in Paris is situated in the 3rd
arrondissement in the Marais area and right next door is the chic 404 Restaurant, which is owned by the same people
and also has a Moroccan theme.
Whilst drinking cocktails, mint teas and North African wines, you can nibble on some tapas
like carrot salad with cumin and small spicy sausages with the latest raï music mixes
playing in the background. Then as it gets later in the evening it turns into more of a nightclub in Paris where there are often DJs
from around Europe playing and everyone tries to dance despite the small space!
With a friendly and happy crowd it is a great place to chill out for an evening after
traipsing around the shops or museums in Paris and there
is even a Happy Hour early in the evening where the drinks are half price, so the Andy
Wahloo is a definite must for a unique and fun experience.
Bar and Nightclub Key Points
Andy Wahloo is open on a Monday to Saturday from noon through to 2am, but is closed on a
There is a Happy Hour from 5pm through to 8pm where drinks including cocktails are half
the usual cost and this is when the place starts to fill up.
An average price for a cocktail is 10 and a bottle of beer is around 5 and
there is a very mixed clientele with no particular type of dress code.
The nearest Metro station is the Arts et Métiers.
Address & Contact Details:
69 Rue des Gravilliers
Telephone: 1 42 71 20 38