Wepler : A unique address Place de Clichy in Paris

The Wepler brasserie is a renowned address at the foot of the hill of Montmartre in the 18th district. Throughout the day, this Parisian institution welcomes you to enjoy gourmet cuisine, our pastry ice or hot chocolate delicious homemade.

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A right-bank Parisian institution

Situated on the effervescent Place de Clichy, at the crossroads between four different arrondissements, the Brasserie Wepler has today become a real institution. The renowned Montmartre establishment allows guests to unwind in an authentic atmosphere. The café has moved with the times to forge a real history for itself. Today, the brasserie has become the favourite haunt of the young cinema and literature crowd. Located at the meeting point between Montmartre and Pigalle, the brasserie has remained an unmissable destination for lovers of the French capital.

The Brasserie Wepler is first and foremost about history, joy and pleasure… This establishment reflects the souls and whims of the artists, writers and celebrities, who have, at one time or another, contributed a line or two to its story.
Whether for a meal or a drink, celebrities are often among the many visitors wishing to become a part of this unrivalled atmosphere. In keeping with the great tradition of Parisian brasseries, the Brasserie Wepler has made a name for itself as the convivial meeting place par excellence and offers visitors a restaurant, café and seafood takeaway service. As the top oyster seller in Paris, the brasserie is highly prized by connoisseurs, who appreciate the high quality and freshness of our products.

The Brasserie Wepler enjoys a very privileged location. Anchored in the dynamic life of the surrounding district, the brasserie is proud to perpetuate its cultural spirit. The café, which lies nearby a number of theatres, is one of the original founders of the Prix Wepler-Fondation La Poste. This unmissable literary occasion is the opportunity to reward the best authors of the year and make their work accessible to as many people as possible.