Jazz & Blues
Paris-Bastille and the Marais
May 11, 2018
Drawing inspiration from the illustrious line of Parisian bistros and brasseries that have made the City of Light famous, Social Square in Malais ever-so-gently tweaks the theme, updating it with a modern and stylish flair for a new generation. Taking over the space of a restaurant that reigned for over four decades, Social Square immediately turned the venue on trend, while still managing to revere Parisian traditions. Nothing exemplifies this more than the fact the the signature Parisian chairs facing the street in front of Social Square feature colorful and playful pastels, signifying to all those passing by that this bar is out to blend the best of old and new. One of the new twists that Social Square is bringing to the table is the fact that they stay open – and serve drinks – from breakfast time well into the wee hours; Social Square is one of the only places in town where you can brunch and bemoan last call under the same roof. As far as the drinks are concerned, everything poured behind the bar proudly features a homemade syrup or fresh squeezed fruit juice, and is expertly crafted by a well-traveled and internationally-influenced team. Two of the finest examples are the Tea Party – premium gin, elderflower, blueberry and lemongrass tea, and grapes – and the Wasabi – tequila, lemon, homemade cucumber syrup, wasabi, and cane sugar. Once you have your drink and want to listen to some music, everything from jazz to electronic dance music can be heard at Social Square, further pushing the venue into rarefied Parisian air.
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