Cambridge Public House does everything right and has been consistent over the past several years.
The Highlander is a charming pub smack dab in central Paris and located by the Seine river near the Pont Neuf.
Located in a residential area just north of the Champs Elysees, this classic British pub caters to both expats and locals.
Eden Park is a small and cosy, “gentleman’s” pub located in central Paris near Mabillon station.
It didn't make your cut as a sports bar since there are too few screens but it’s a lovely pub on a quiet street in the heart of Paris Latin quarter.
The self-proclaimed ‘temple of Rock n Roll’ in Paris, Guinness Tavern is a great pub for catching live music. It’s a tad run down but charming and in a fun area.
As the name suggests, this is a Scottish pub is well known among Scots and French alike. Besides being a welcoming and friendly pub.
Walking into Bombardier is like being transported into the 5th dimension and walking straight into a pub in England.
Frog pubs have taken over Paris by storm. They are comfortable, spacious and offer their own quality brews.
The quaintest Irish cafe/ bar/ pub in the city may well be the Cork & Cavan situated on the very edge of Canal St Martin.