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Sape Bar

Horaires d'ouverture

Du dimanche au jeudi : de 17h00 à 1h00
Du vendredi au samedi : de 17h00 à 2h00


Spécialités de café
Du dimanche au vendredi : de 10h30 à 16h00

Contact

Sape Bar
12 Boulevard de Denain
75010 Paris

 

p +33 1 4280 8231
sapebar.terminusnord@25hours-hotels.com

 

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Sape Bar

Inspiré par le style des Sapeurs, ces ambianceurs élégants africains dont les tenues font contraste avec leur cadre de vie, le Sape Bar est un véritable lieu de rencontres pour les touristes comme pour les parisiens. Le vaste bar orné de mosaïque couleur bronze, le parquet en bois foncé et les confortables fauteuils en cuir confèrent à ce lieu une ambiance de « Gentlemen’s Club ». Ce nouveau bar incontournable de la capitale est propice aux after-work, à ces apéros qui finissent au bout de la nuit, et à des moments encore plus festifs avec DJ le jeudi, vendredi et samedi soir.

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