Paris New York – a good burger and more

After 6 years Paris has taken a close second to my favorite city in the world: NYC. And funnily enough last night I dropped into a resutarnt called Paris New York. Along Rue Faubourg St. Denis I waited on a friend in front of our regular hang out – Chez Jeanette.

But I was drawn over to this new place across the street by the broadway style lights they have on the entrance – and of course any place fit to look like a movie set is fit to have me in it! This bright light enigma is Paris New York. They serve a killer burgers, mean fries and lets just say we did some damage with their selection (small but on point) of Chilean wines.

Obviously after a minute of lurking around, and watching the people coming and going and scrupulously examining the menu I cozied myself up on the terrace to a glass of Las Nina 2011 and enjoyed the first warm March Parisian night and all the pretty little things in sight – it is fashion Week and it was great to see so many familiar faces pass by.
Paris New York restaurant coffee shop


The guys at Paris New York seemed to have narrowed down what burger-lovers and coffee-lovers like – simplicity in our meals and drinks. So don’t expect a full menu here – the focus is on the Burgers. Do expect to get a tightly edited suggestion of classic and neo-burgers, sides, deserts, alcohol and coffee (will go back soon to try the coffee shop experience!).

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The wine list was small – 3 choices each of red and white but it was a quirky feel with categories such as “cool” and. “very cool”…

This new burger restaurant slash coffee shop certainly had the gamot of choices for the fat burger aficionado – Big beefy juicy burgers with a twist with names like the “Smoky Blue” made with Beef from the breton region (b?uf Breton Pie Noir)+ stilton blue cheese + confit d’onions.
Most burgers average around 11 euros and there is a choice of chicken burgers, vegetarian burgers accompanied by sausage and cheese fries.

For now I can say expect a simple menu focused on a good burger, good wine (but limited selection)
Mixed crowd of sexy couples, hipsters and geeks.
Perfect if you just want to have a drink on a terrace and people watch.
Friendly Waitstaff – English Spoken
No Reservations Necessary

They have the famous Rachel cheesecake on the dessert menu.
Keywords: Faubourg St Denis, chez Jeanette, hipster, trendy, burger, food, coffee shop, 10th arr, romantic, terrace, people watching

OPEN: Mon – Sat: 12:30 pm – 3:00 pm THEN 7:30 pm – 11:30 pm

Address: 50 Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis, 75010 Paris, France

Metro: Chateau D’eau (line 4) , Strasbourg St Denis (Lines 4, 8,9)

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Close to: Maui 7, Chez Jeanette, Le Pompom…

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