Le Picoti

Le Picoti

Nestling in the picturesque rue André Antoine, just a stone’s throw from Le Bouillon Pigalle, from aperitif time until late into the night Le Picoti is a must for anyone out on a wild evening.

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What does “Picoti-picota” remind you of?
Clément Léon, ex “nightlife mayor” and a tireless night owl named his bar Le Picoti (patty-cake) in tribute to Robert Zemeckis’ hilarious film “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”.
Situated between Pigalle and Abbesses, this new Parisian nightspot looks forward to welcoming you in a friendly baroque setting.

With its furniture picked up from here and there, its gold-rimmed mirrors, deep sofas and brass counter, everything comes together nicely here to guarantee you a deliciously wild evening. Not forgetting of course, the dance pole, which will doubtless attract you after a few drinks.
Le Picoti’s bar offers all kinds of delicious beverages including beer, wine and pastis at €2.50, as well as signature cocktails designed by Sterling Hudson, former barman at the Moonshiner.

For the music lovers among you, the playlist offers the best of carefully selected soul, funk and French pop music. Get out there and strut your stuff!
Smokers certainly haven’t been forgotten, with a mini smoking room where the iconic portrait of Brel, Brassens and Ferré takes pride of place, admiring the scene.
Le Picoti is open every day, including Sundays, from 6.30pm to 2am.

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5 rue André Antoine
75018 Paris 18ème

    Days and opening hours

    All year round between 6.30 pm and 2 am.



    Spoken languages

    • French
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    5 rue André Antoine
    75018 Paris 18ème

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    • Arnaud Chaillou