La Cave des Abbesses

La Cave des Abbesses

You will find no communion wine at La Cave des Abbesses, which invites its customers to savour award-winning tipples along with devilishly good cheese and cured meats. You’ll find yourself converted in no time!

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And what better setting than the village of Abbesses, a delightful living museum of the Montmartre of yore, to get a taste of French art de vivre?

Founded in 1984, La Cave des Abbesses is a worthy representative of its reputed parent institution, Les Caves Bourdin (itself created in 1962) and is run by people passionate about good food and fine wine. Tell them what you like and the team will recommend the right wine for you from a particularly eclectic selection drawn from all of France’s winegrowing regions. Their guiding philosophy? No to soulless standardisation, yes to wines firmly rooted in their regions of origin and bearing the distinctive hallmarks of their producers, whatever the production method used (natural, biodynamic, reasoned, traditional, etc.). Tasting these wines is a real voyage of discovery, a journey you can prolong by pairing your drink with hand-picked regional dishes such as refined deli meats, rillettes, duck confit and lovingly ripened cheeses, which can be savoured on the terrace as you admire the spectacle of this quintessentially French street…

And if you like culinary experiences, discover our guide!

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Community facilities

Access and contact

43 rue des Abbesses
75018 Paris 18ème

    Days and opening hours

    Every day throughout the year between 10 am and 9.30 pm. Closed on Monday. Close 2 to 3.30pm from tuesday to friday.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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    43 rue des Abbesses
    75018 Paris 18ème

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    • Hélène Tonnelier CRT IDF