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Savoir Vivre: the art of a successful evening

With their six addresses where good food, good wine, and good atmosphere reign, the Savoir Vivre group is a real hit on the Parisian nightlife scene.

The rue des Petites Écurie in the 10th arrondissement of Paris is theirs. And for good reason: the Savoir Vivre group has created a veritable culinary and festive monopoly by setting up not two but four addresses. Vivant, Déviant, Da Graziella for the tables and the Hôtel Bourbon for the night – incidentally, also one of the trendiest clubs in the capital which had closed its doors but should reopen soon (stay tuned). Not far from the 10th arrondissement, it’s on rue Charlot, in the Marais, that the cheerful team of bon vivants has recently set up shop with Le Collier de la Reine and, in the basement, surprise, La Cave du Collier with a selection of natural wines.

These addresses have been praised several times by Fooding thanks to their very fashionable culinary identity. At Vivant, the eldest, chef Robert Mendoza, originally from California, presents a series of small bistronomic plates, to be enjoyed around the immense marble counter that makes the place so beautiful. Just next door, at the little brother, Déviant, we discover with pleasure a tapas atmosphere washed down with good wine. Further on, in the very cozy Da Graziella, we go into pizza evening mode in the Neapolitan style. And in the Marais, it’s a brasserie and cellar atmosphere that is emerging, but always with style. So the Savoir-Vivre group gives us six good reasons and addresses to enjoy the Parisian nights as they should be!

Cheynnes Tlili