Located close to what was once Paris’s red-light district, Hôtel Amour takes a deep bow to the neighborhood’s tawdry past. Conceived by nightlife visionary André Saraiva (the force behind Le Baron), the black lacquered bar, brasserie, and outdoor terrace are as scene-y as you can get in Paris. Whether for a boozy Saturday brunch or dinner and drinks, the best seats in the house are outdoors, in the leafy courtyard dotted with vintage ’50s cafeteria tables. The brasserie is open late, and you can linger on for hours until it’s time to hit the bar or a nightclub in nearby Pigalle.

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