Paris, Île-de-France
bar
Posted over 4 years ago
Moonshiner
posted in Euro Bars
A speakeasy in the middle of a fast-paced city, get there early and enter through the pizza shop where you will then walk through their pizza freezer to find a swanky bar- Paris, France
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