Harry and Ali have struck again! The super bosses of the super Saint-Eutrope transformed the space next door into a super apero spot, where you can enjoy long, festive evenings. The night of our visit, while the excellent winemaker Patrick Bouju was shaking things up at the bar, we popped open a super Carbernet franc and Sauvignon blend from Anjou (Les Tailles produced by Jean-Christophe Garnier, €3.70 a glass) before continuing with other super bottles: Languedoc Vieilles Vignes from Rémi Poujol (€32 a bottle), Ardèche wines (Minute Papillon de La Vrille for €20 and Babiole from Andrea Calek for €22), Auvergne Escargot from Tricot (€28), etc. And don’t forget about the inspired small plates to go with them all, catapulted over from the kitchens of Le Saint-Eutrope: a crazy pork belly and pointy cabbage salad with Asian seasonings; delicious cuttlefish cooked in its ink with polenta fries; pork terrine; home-cured meats (n’duja, guanciale, salami or finocchiona from Tuscany); British cheeses from Neil’s Yard; and an extraordinary cherry tart. Plates €6-16, desserts €6-8. // J.G.