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Some Girls

Some Girls

The owner of this eccentric watering hole in Bastille is a Rolling Stones-obsessive and, for better or for worse, it shows. It’s dark, decked from floor to ceiling with Rolling Stones memorabilia and deals mainly with old school rock... Read More

Social Club

Social Club

With its black interior and neon lights, Social Club is widely regarded as one of the coolest clubs in Paris. The club was once a printing house and can now accommodate up to 500 party-goers and plays a selection of electro, techno,... Read More

Showcase

Showcase

When it comes to location, Showcase is hard to beat. Housed in an old naval hangar beneath the Alexandre III Bridge, the club has a lavish, Art Nouveau interior and overlooks the Seine. Clubbers dance the night away to house and techno... Read More

Queen

Queen

A favourite among the Parisian gay community, Queen also attracts anyone just wanting to have a good time. World-renowned DJs, such as Tiësto, frequently appear at the club, working the vast floor into frenzy. Ladies’ night on a... Read More

Prescription Cocktail Club

Prescription Cocktail Club

This is just what the doctor ordered: a world-renowned cornucopia of the weirdest and most wonderful cocktails you could imagine. The bar staff are a passionate bunch, true craftsman and women serving each drink as though it’s a work... Read More

New Morning

New Morning

This no-frills bar is one of the best venues for live jazz in Paris and has hosted Prince, Chet Baker and Dizzy Gillespie in the past. The venue is always worth a visit for a drink and a dance in the effortlessly cool atmosphere. Read More

Moulin Rouge

Moulin Rouge

The Moulin Rouge cabaret show needs no introduction. For 110 years feather-clad showgirls and cancan dancers have performed at the club alongside superstars such as Frank Sinatra and Elton John. The show lasts for just under two hours... Read More

McBrides

McBrides

There any many Irish pubs in Paris, but McBrides have the edge when it comes to sheer space. Relax with a pint in the heated terrace outside, jostle at the bar inside, or enjoy the more intimate atmosphere on the basement level. Its... Read More

Le Zorba

Le Zorba

Real party animals should make a visit to Le Zorba a top priority. Usually open until 5am, this tiny bistro in Belleville is where you go for one last drink before the sun rises. If you’re hardy enough to dance the whole night away... Read More

Le Sherry Butt

Le Sherry Butt

Nestled in a Marais side street, this classy, cosmopolitan cocktail bar is the perfect place to while away wintry nights. It may only offer 11 cocktails but most ingredients are homemade and there is also a wide selection of whiskies to... Read More

Les Petits Tonneaux

Les Petits Tonneaux

This charming bar and brasserie in République is more concerned with good drinking and reasonable prices than with its appearance, but it’s an ideal venue for enjoying a hot dog and a pint with friends and food is served late into... Read More

Le Merle Moqueur

Le Merle Moqueur

The Merle Moqueur, situated in the lively bar district of Buttes aux Cailles, is famous among expats and Parisian students for its breathtaking selection of vodka and rum shooters. It’s one of the smaller (and less expensive) venues... Read More

Le Gatsby

Le Gatsby

1920s Paris epitomised the Jazz Age and this chic speakeasy near the Eiffel Tower effortlessly brings the spirit of the era back to the city. Though a sleepy café and restaurant by day, Gatsby transforms into a sizzling hotbed of jazz,... Read More

La Rue Princesse

La Rue Princesse

Tucked away off the Boulevard Saint – Germain, La Rue Princesse is a tiny street where cosy bars sit alongside The Frog and Princess, an Irish pub. At weekends Parisian students and expats flock to the area and continue partying in... Read More

La Jolie Bohème

La Jolie Bohème

If raucous watering holes aren’t your style, then the peace and quiet at this charming bar/restaurant near Montmartre is worth a visit. Located just outside Lamarck-Caulaincourt Métro station, its happy hour cocktail deals (from... Read More

La Fourmi

La Fourmi

This chic hangout near Pigalle oozes character from every pore, with a chandelier made from old wine bottles as its pièce de résistance. The walls are covered with old curiosities from a bygone age and the bar staff are always happy... Read More

La Conserverie

La Conserverie

The décor of this plush cocktail bar shouldn’t really work, but it does. Exposed metal pipes run along the ceiling, wine glasses serve as lampshades and the furniture is a mix of plush, velvet armchairs, bar stools and antique wooden... Read More

Batofar

Batofar

Batofar is a red metal tug-boat moored on the Seine offer with an inside club and rooftop bar. Revellers can expect edgy, experimental music and live jazz, hip-hop and DJ dance parties that go on until dawn. During the day Batofar calms... Read More

Bar Dix

Bar Dix

An absolute must-see for hardcore drinkers and casual revellers alike, Bar Dix is tucked away near the Odéon area. When you arrive, head straight for the spiral staircase on your left and down into an edgy, underground bar, complete... Read More

Aux Folies

Aux Folies

An old haunt of Maurice Chevalier and Edith Piaf, Aux Folies is a typically Parisian bar with tiny tables spilling out onto the street. Very reasonably priced, very lively, very bohemian, Aux Folies also made an appearance in Cédric... Read More


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