La Maison Péret,
in Paris's 14th arrondissement
In a nutshell
- Brasserie and wine bistro La Maison Péret bids you a warm welcome in a quintessentially Parisian setting
- Ideally located in rue Daguerre, a friendly and pleasant pedestrian street
- Just waiting to be savoured - traditional local cuisine prepared from high-quality produce
- "No frozen food - No microwave - Traditionally prepared - Fresh local produce"
- A tremendous tour of France's vineyards with around 50 wines on our wine list and served by the glass
- A bistro atmosphere with a vaulted ceiling, wood panelling, old paintings, banquette seating and slates
- An attractive terrace open all year round, sun-kissed during the summer, and covered and heated during the winter
- Opening times: every day from 8:30 am to 12:30 am / Continuous service / Last restaurant orders at 11:30 pm
- Accepted payment methods: cash, debit cards, Visa and luncheon vouchers. We do not accept cheques.
Accolades and acknowledgements
- Four generations guided by the same passion for wine
- Wine bistro since 1908
- Speciality estate wines
- "Master Cup-Bearer of France" accolade
- "Coupe d'Or du Meilleur Pot" award
- Founder of the "Tradition du Vin" association
- "Best Wine Bistro of the Year" accolade
- "Bouteille d'Or" award
The history behind La Maison Péret and its four generations
Since 1908 to the present day, four generations of the Péret family have taken the helm at rue Daguerre…
It all started in 1908 when François Péret arrived in Paris and decided to open a small coal merchant's store (selling coffee, wood and coal), which he called "Maison Péret". Ever since, that passion has been passed from father to son.
In 1939, Antoine took up the mantle, followed by Bernard in 1957, who created one of the very first wine bistros in Paris with the focus on regional wines and produce.
In 1994, Bernard handed over the reins to Eric. Although various refurbishments have been carried out, La Maison Péret's soul remains unchanged.
La Maison Péret has come through the ages without losing any of its charm and legendary quality!