Le Sans Souci

Paris-Opera and Les Halles

3.9 / 5

May 11, 2018

If there was one bar - or terrace for that matter - that could single handily be crowned the space that started it all in Pigalle, it would without a doubt be Le Sans Souci and its street-side perch.

If there was one bar – or terrace for that matter – that could single handily be crowned the space that started it all in Pigalle, it would without a doubt be Le Sans Souci and its street-side perch. French for ‘no worries’, this bar has been attracting the young and young at heart who have a carefree and social-life forward lifestyle since its opening, and recently has even begun garnering praise from publications around the globe. At its spot at the busy intersection of Rue Jean-Baptiste Pigalle and Rue de Douai, Le Sans Souci’s sidewalk has become famous in the neighbourhood – and all of Paris for that matter – as one you will always almost have to step around because of the overflow crowds. Not that you wouldn’t want to cut through this crowd though, as it regularly consists of Paris’ hippest faces. The days typically start out tame at Le Sans Souci as delicious brasserie fare is served on American diner-inspired red check tablecloths at a very fair price, but as the evening descends the tables fill up with those who love the sounds of indie rock and the attitude to match. Le Sans Souci isn’t a glamorous or gilded space, but once the mojitos are mixed and the beer starts flowing, you would never guess by looking around the room, and you won’t have a worry in the world while you do it. 

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