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The Frog and Princess Bar in Paris

The Frog and Princess is one of the FrogPubs chain that is a bar designed in such a way as to make it feel like a very traditional English pub and is probably one of the most happening and exciting bars in Paris that gets extremely busy, especially with the ex-pats and students.

After the success of the Paris bar called the Frog and Rosbif, over the following ten years there were other traditional English style pubs that opened in Paris and of course this is one of them.

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The Frog and Princess Bar in Paris

It is a cool and trendy bar that is friendly, yet very often crowded and loud as it is also a very popular sports venue with its big screen TV's, so that people do not have to miss their favourite sporting action from rugby, to tennis and Formula 1 motor racing to football with the Premiership league.

The Frog and Princess is situated in a beautiful part of Paris called St Germain-des-Pr?s in the 6th arrondissement and what makes this bar in Paris even more unusual is the fact that they even produce their own range of beers on the premises itself.

But they also provide some great traditional style pub food from the typical English breakfast through to fish and chips, pie and mash and a bacon cheeseburger with potato wedges to name a few dishes on the basic yet good menu, plus there is always a selection of bar snacks, hot sandwiches and desserts to choose from.   

So if you are visiting Paris it is certainly worth visiting The Frog and Princess to get a bit of the taste of home, but if you are staying in the City of Lights for a while, then this could be a great place to make your regular.  But if you are not near this area, then there is also The Frog and Rosbif, The Frog and British Library and The Frog at Bercy Village you could enjoy.

Paris bar Guide Key Points

The Frog and Princess is open every day of the week and on a Monday to Friday it is open from 5.30 through to 2am, but on a Saturday and Sunday it is open from noon through to 2am.

They serve food and snacks from 6pm to 11.30pm on a Monday to Friday and from noon until 11.30pm on a Saturday and Sunday, plus there is a brunch and English breakfast served from noon through to 4pm on a Saturday and Sunday.

There are Happy Hours from 5.30pm to 8.00pm on a Monday to Friday, but on a Monday they also hold a Try A Pint Night where selected beers are at discount prices all night long, but the average cost for a pint of beer is around 7€ when it is not happy hour.

Student Nights are held every Tuesday where there are discounts on beers, cocktails and shots for approximately 2€!

Up to 50 people can be accommodated in a reserved section of The Frog and Princess for parties, where special prices on food and drink are also arranged in advance.

Even if you are wishing to have a meal, reservations are not required and the dress code is casual, plus there is free WiFi available for those of you that would like to surf the net whilst sipping on a pint!

The nearest Metro stations are the St Germain des Pr?s or Mabillon

Address & Contact Details:

The Frog and Princess
9 Rue Princesse

Telephone: 1 40 51 77 38

The Frog and Princess Bar

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