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23 Rue Mazarine, Paris, 75006, France

The Prescription Cocktail Club is a Left Bank lounge and drinking den from nightlife entrepreneurs Romee de Goriainoff and Pierre-Charles Cros, who are responsible for bringing the city other speakeasy type establishments like the Experimental Cocktail Club and Curio Parlor. A spiral staircase anchors the dimly lit, two-level neo-Baroque space. Just a dozen or so cocktails, which change often and average 12 Euros, make up the menu. The bar's signature drink is rouge George made with Rittenhouse whisky, Santa Teresa rum, vermouth, and a dash of orange zest.

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Prescription Cocktail Club

The Prescription Cocktail Club is a Left Bank lounge and drinking den from nightlife entrepreneurs Romee de Goriainoff and Pierre-Charles Cros, who are responsible for bringing the city other speakeasy type establishments like the Experimental Cocktail Club and Curio Parlor. A spiral staircase anchors the dimly lit, two-level neo-Baroque space. Just a dozen or so cocktails, which change often and average 12 Euros, make up the menu. The bar's signature drink is rouge George made with Rittenhouse whisky, Santa Teresa rum, vermouth, and a dash of orange zest.