Paris Wine Bar

Paris Wine Bar


0.5 miles
119 Church Road, Hove, BN3 2AF

As elegant and sophisticated as the city it’s named for, the Paris Wine Bar is the place to be in Hove. The rustic chic decor is characterised by exposed brick, thick wooden ceiling beams, a distressed leather bar and vintage imitation-candle chandeliers. You’ll also find an elegant, semi-covered patio garden – perfect for warmer weather.

The Paris Wine Bar boasts a comprehensive selection of red, white and sparkling French wine, but the team also stock wine from numerous other countries. Delicious options range from Le Bosq Rouge – light and fruity, with undertones of cherry, to Pouilly-Fumé Les Chailloux – a full-bodied golden wine with a bold, aromatic nose and a hint of spice. For those planning special occasions, or simply a pleasant evening out, Paris Wine Bar also offers small-group wine tastings. For those wishing to dine, this eclectic venue boasts a delectable food menu. You might start with steamed mussels, grilled halloumi skewers, or goat’s cheese and roasted pepper crostini. Next, tuck into juicy rack of lamb, or pan-fried sea bass with crispy fried squid and sautéed new potatoes. Guests who visit on a Sunday will also find an exceptional Sunday roast with a choice of beef, chicken or lamb served with all the trimmings. What’s more, Paris Wine Bar also host regular wine tastings throughout the year, please visit the website for more information.

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