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La Cave des Abbesses information
Pass through the door at the back of 1960s wine shop La Cave des Abbesses to uncover a clandestine little wine bar – the sort of place only regulars know about. But don’t be intimidated: grab a pew, order a mixed platter of artisan cheese or charcuterie (cold meats) and a glass of Corbières, and you’ll blend right in.