Paris Notebook


Coinstot Vino

This wine bar/cave à manger, recently opened in the picturesque Passage Panorama,  is a welcome addition to the Paris wine scene.  Bright and airy with a great terrace in a quiet part of the passage, with the warm weather coming, it’s sure to be a hit.

Expect small plates of marinated anchovies, smoked fish, charcuterie, artisanal cheese, Isigny “special” oysters, sardines, and foie gras all washed down with a nice selection of vins naturels. A recent visit also included two plats du jour, andouillette or pork chops, served with homemade mashed potatoes.

Coinstot Vino
Passage des Panoramas
75002 Paris
01 44 82 08 54

Open daily except Sunday

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Coinstot Vino in the Press

Le Fooding

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5 Responses to 'Coinstot Vino'

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  1. raoulvolfoni said,

    Great pictures.

  2. adrian said,

    What did you think? Kind of a dumb name, but not nearly as bad a Greenpizz!

    • phyllisflick said,

      It’s definitely a cool place, great for a glass of wine and a few small plates. I need to go back to try a few more dishes though because I only had oysters, charcuterie and cheese–all very good, high-quality products.


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  4. Mark Congero said,

    Great wine in the photo with the oysters Morgon from Jean Foillard, his “Cote de Py” is truly a great wine!


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