Le Vieux Chêne in Paris

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Just down the way from the fifth on the left is another hole-in-the-wall, this one dating from the 18th century. It was named after its sign, a bas relief of an old oak tree (vieux chene), which was around 250 years when it was chiseled off early in 2005 by workmen 'restoring' the facade of the building. The selection of beers etc. is good and the crowd is mostly students. Expect to pay around 4€ for a pint. There is a minuscule dance floor in the atmospheric and sweaty cellar below. On Tuesday
Address: 69 rue Mouffetard
Directions: Métro: Place Monge

Source wikitravel.org/en/Paris/5th arrondissement