Our bars

There's something for everyone on every floor of the Rochechouart hotel: from the Maggie Rooftop, with its breathtaking views over the whole of Paris, to the subdued Mikado Dancing, to the delicious cocktails in the hotel's intimate bar. Before or after dinner, you can enjoy our in-house creations.

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All our spaces can be privatized.

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Restaurants and Bars Orso Hotels Paris

Bar / Restaurant Maggie
PARIS - 9th arr.

The art deco brasserie at Rochechouart brings out the great French classics in a comforting setting: velvet banquettes, silverware, white tablecloths and candles galore. On the menu, the brasserie spirit that suits Pigalle so well. A tribute to fine local produce and flavors. Every day, a choice of 4 starters, 4 main courses and 4 desserts. Here, leek vinaigrette is king. Foie gras au torchon is also a regular feature. Main courses include sole Mikado, grilled vegetable casserole and veal onglet à la moutarde... The highlight of the show: the iconic crêpe cake, Freddy Israël style.

The art deco brasserie at Rochechouart, Maggie, offers a generous, international à la carte menu in a festive New York-style setting: velvet banquettes, silverware, white tablecloths and candles galore.

On the menu, the neo-brasserie spirit that suits Pigalle so well. A tribute to fine local produce and flavors. Every day, there's a choice of seafood or savory starters to share, seasonal dishes to share or not, and ultra-regressive desserts. Bikini cheddar drips and asparagus dips in gribiche sauce. The "thym-qui-brûle" sea bream to share perfumes the room, while the fries are nibbled and the Angus onglet is savored. Always present: the iconic crêpe cake, Freddy Israël style, but the Banana Split could well overshadow it... Let yourself be surprised by the seasonal changes to the menu, which are always full of surprises.

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Maggie Rooftop
PARIS - 9th arr.

On the 9th floor is Bar sur le toit. A 100 m2 rooftop perched high above the ground, overlooking Montmartre, the Sacré-Coeur, the Eiffel Tower and La Défense full screen. Here, fig trees, Chinese almond trees and vines grow. Some say it's like being in the country in Paris... With its wrought-iron lounges, grouped banquettes and sofas, as well as tables for cooing, during the summer Bar sur le toit opens its doors to outside customers at lunchtime. A break that lasts until 2am, with a cocktail menu to get drunk, forget and have fun.

With a 360° view over the whole of Paris, a well-executed menu and a décor that's as pretty as it is chill, Maggie's rooftop at Rochechouart has everything to seduce Parisians and travelers from all over the world in search of new experiences.

Go to the 9th floor to discover this hanging garden...
Monday to Sunday, 12 noon to midnight

Resolutely committed to the Paris region, the Bar's menu is as seductive as it is surprising. In the four corners of this beautiful space, plants flourish between the wrought-iron tables and cosy banquettes. In this Parisian garden, aromatic herbs such as rosemary, lemon thyme, hibiscus and lavender bloom... A little bit of the countryside in Paris!
And to satisfy any small appetite, a selection of home-made bites is available, so don't hesitate, and let yourself be tempted...

The Bar is open from April to October.

Lunch starting in May!

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Mikado Dancing
PARIS - 9th arr.

Behind the neon-lit red door, the Mikado music (and dance) bar opens at 10pm. Illuminated by a few Japanese lanterns, Dancing du Mikado is reminiscent of the old opium bars of the 1920s. Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday night from 10pm to 2am, the dance hall gives carte blanche to its artist friends and top DJs. The decor: carpets, soft sofas and poufs with a deliciously retro feel, a large counter with Art Deco motifs and velvet curtains. In the center, under the disco balls, a dance floor for gambolling, swaying, wriggling (dancing).

In the basement of the Hôtel Rochechouart : the story of a former Parisian dance hall. A Mecca for the youth of the Roaring Twenties, a temple to tango and tea-dancing in evening dresses and black bow ties.


An underground tripot for a time, where you could come to flambé and fall in love for the evening, the Mikado has been revamped. Behind the red door, a dance hall as before. A music bar, a meeting place for artists, live acts and DJ sets. And a dance floor to celebrate life. And love too.

THE HOTEL'S NEW DANCE HALL ROCHECHOUART

Meet in front of the gramophone shop. Opposite, behind the red door, signposted in neon, is the Mikado, a music and dance bar open from 10pm.

Illuminated by a few Japanese lanterns, the Mikado Dancing is reminiscent of the old opium bars. For the decor, Festen duo Hugo Sauzay and Charlotte de Tonnac, already at work at the Hôtel Rochechouart, have laid out carpets, plush sofas and poufs with a deliciously retro feel, a wide counter with Art Deco motifs, and hung large velvet curtains. In the center, under the disco balls, a parquet floor for dancing, swaying and wriggling.

LES SOIRÉES DU DANCING

As before, the Mikado brings Parisian nights back to life and gets people dancing to all styles: the spirit of the house is eclectic and playful.

Every Friday and Saturday night from 10pm to 2am, the dance hall gives carte blanche to its artist friends and top DJs.

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