March 7th, 2013 – Les Cloches Bistro has a soulful address with an eye-catching design, located in a neighborhood brasserie in Saint-Germain – des-Prés naturally. Parisian designer José Lévy created an inviting space to welcome neighbors, tourists, and friends alike. Levy wanted Les Cloches to be captivating for people on the street – passers-by are drawn by a black canopy outlined with neon lights. On the door, the logo for Les Cloches –three wine glasses which cross stems – resonates like a bistro coat-of-arms.
However, the exteriors of the Bistro is only a small glimpse as to what is inside. Once inside, guests can dine under and admire the gold plated ceiling, and reflecting arches playing with the light. On the oak tables designed custom by José, transparent tableware highlights simple and sincere fare. Top quality products, a Parisian spirit inspired by dishes of old world with evident concern for modernity. Open for drinks until late at night in the black lounge where the furniture can be freely moved whether for tête-à-têtes or groups. Les Cloches is truly a modern place which toys with memory and rupture. The good and the beautiful. Generosity and comfort. A vibrant, simple and cultivated place.
Photography By Matthieu Salvaing
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