Euro 2016: Where to watch the games in Châtelet?
Europe is buzzing with all things football until 10th July. With France as the host country for Euro 2016, LE BHV MARAIS brings you the best places to see the games and take full advantage of the vibrant atmosphere!
The basement at LE BHV MARAIS
LE BHV MARAIS has a special area devoted to the beautiful game! Our Coca-Cola chill-out zone is there throughout the entire competition for you to enjoy, as if from your own living room. And it gets better, at half-time, you can replay the match yourselves in the table-football corner!
52 rue de Rivoli
Café La Perle
Don’t be fooled by appearances. Behind its local bistro facade, la Perle is a go-to venue for all the cool kids. A lively location right in the heart of the Marais, known as a great place for meeting people. To put it simply: it’s a great atmosphere. And if you find it too much of a squeeze inside, then feel free to spill onto the pavement with your pint!
78 Rue Vieille du Temple, 75003 Paris
Du Coq à l’Âne
The group of friends who started Coq O Rico is back to bring you a tailor-made programme specially for the Euros. Delicious platters, cold pints and original cocktails are all in order to give you the best match experience, in a warm and friendly atmosphere.
28 rue Croix des Petits Champs
The restaurant offers low-cost cooking, using quality produce. But Café Joly is also a typical Parisian brasserie bar, coveting an incredible atmosphere on match days! And for the duration of the Euro competition, the venue has set up a giant screen. It didn’t take much to make this the go-to destination for food-loving fans.
23 avenue Victoria
A warm and friendly bistro, Café Charlot is one of those genuine, renowned Parisian establishments. Located opposite Paris’ oldest covered market, the Marché des Enfants Rouges, in what was once a boulangerie, this eaterie will delight its guests with its simple and delicious food.
38 Rue de Bretagne, 75003 Paris