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The Frog and British Library Bar in Paris

The Frog and British Library is another of the chain of bars known as FrogPubs and opened as a result of the outstanding success of the original Frog and Rosbif, which is basically designed like an English pub.

It is very cheekily named to draw together the best of two worlds, as part of this place is like a Paris brasserie with two large terraces and an excellent lunch menu, whereas the other part is more of a bar or pub that you would find in Britain with its beers on tap and TV screens to watch sports action.

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The Frog and British Library Bar in Paris

This is a spacious and modern English style pub that has the traditional style wooden tables and chairs, although there are also a few armchairs, but it has a very vibrant sports atmosphere, yet there are also live bands and DJ music on certain nights of the week.

And this bar in Paris is great to get together with friends and likeminded individuals where you can watch all the main televised sports on plasma screens, enjoy pints of beer that are brewed on the premises, which is why you can normally smell the fermentation of the hops, or have some true English pub food like fish and chips, although they do supply other options that are more like the style of French food as well. 

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The Frog and British Library in Paris is open every day of the week and on a Monday to Friday it is open from 7.30am through to 2am, but on a Saturday and Sunday it is open from noon through to 2am in the morning.

During the weekdays you can have breakfast from 7.30am through to 11.30am, which will include bagels, muffins and smoothies, and you can enjoy the added benefit of free WiFi, which means it great for catching up on emails from the night before or having an early business meeting.

There are Happy Hours from 6pm through to 8pm on a Monday to Friday where a four pint pitcher of house beer is only going to set you back 16€.

Also, you can have a brunch which is served every Saturday and Sunday from noon through to 4pm.

For entertainment, there is a live band every Thursday night, a magician who will perform tricks at your table on a Tuesday night and then on a Friday and Saturday there is a DJ.

Reservations are not required and the dress code is casual.

It is situated between the Metro exit of the Biblioth?que Nationale and the National Library itself and of course means that the nearest Metro station is the Biblioth?que.

Address & Contact Details:

The Frog and British Library
114 Avenue de France

Telephone: 1 45 84 34 26

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