Bar Le Charles

Bar Le Charles 
At any time of day, from breakfast to cocktails, including lunch and afternoon tea.



Bar Le Charles
Everyday from 9am to 12am 

From 12pm to 6pm

Afternoon Tea
Thursday to Sunday from 3pm to 6pm

From 6pm

+ 33 1 71 19 49 11

Bar Le Charles asserts its own identity through an eclectic décor designed by Patrick Juliot. Dedicated to the Romantic poet Baudelaire, it is his major work, Les Fleurs du Mal, which is highlighted by the monumental ceiling fresco by Marco Del Re.

Whether you're looking for a place to enjoy a delicious breakfast, a relaxing spot for a leisurely lunch or a lively atmosphere for an evening cocktail, Le Charles is the place to be. Lunch is the perfect opportunity to discover the neo-bistro cuisine concocted by Chef Anthony Denon's team in a setting that is both bright and relaxed, without losing any of the chic inherent in the neighbourhood. 



Le goûter du Burgundy

Available Thursday to Sunday from 3pm to 6pm, the Burgundy's afternoon tea is one of the most sought-after in Paris.

Our pastry chef Léandre Vivier has created a gourmet moment that combines two of his passions: travel and pastry. Each piece is created around souvenirs from his travels around the world associated with our French products. 

A moment of discovery and sharing, to be enjoyed with a cup of tea or a glass of champage for the more festive.

Booking essential


In the evening, the Bar Le Charles becomes a den of aesthetes, where you can try your hand at the art of mixology in an intimate atmosphere. With its eclectic soundscape and candlelit atmosphere, it's the perfect place to enjoy a drink with a poetic name. To accompany these creations, the Bar Le Charles offers a selection of tapas made fresh in the kitchen, alternating between small gourmet portions and light, fine bites.


Our events team can help you develop your projects. The Bar can be fully or partially privatised. Take advantage of the two atmospheres of the Charles for your event: on the one hand, the Bar, which can host a mixology demonstration, and on the other, the room, which offers privacy and discretion.