Morocco meets pop art in a cocktail bar, that’s Andy Wahloo


2 GrumWalou is a typical Moroccan term referring to something you don’t have the answer to. You’ll fully understand the pun and the reference to Andy Warhol once you get inside, they successfully associated north African style with a hint of modern art and pop. Think comfortable leather bench seat and mosaic style coffee tables.
The bartender knows his stuff well, the drinks menu is one of the richest in Paris. They really have a great offering of whisky, rum and tequila. We didn’t feel like going straight to the strong drinks and started instead with cocktails. If you’re looking for a summer drink with a hint of spice, go with the yuzu mule (vodka, yuzu jam, and ginger beer). My friend wanted something more straightforward and had the Paloma (tequila, lime juice and grapefruit soda).


69 rue des Gravilliers
75003 Paris
Quartier : Marais/Arts et Métiers/Réaumur/Rambuteau


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