This is Paris's best house and techno club. In a large room which looks like an underground bunker dedicated to techno music, DJs display their talent aided by the excellent sound system. Laurent Garnier, Carl Cox, Jack de Marseille and Daft Punk, they have all impressed the attentive crowd. Thursday, Friday, and Saturday are more techno-house. The excellent Charles Schilling mixes once every month are sure to allure you here.
Blink and you may miss the almost hidden door to the Experimental Cocktail Club. This one-room bar makes for a fun and intimate evening no matter who you're with. Like the name suggests, this place is known for its exquisite cocktails and for the crafty bartenders who make them, so you know you can't just have one drink! With live Deejays setting the mood and keeping the atmosphere lively, the Experimental Cocktail Club will become your new favorite hangout.
A lively and upbeat night spot, Wanderlust, set along the River Seine offers a memorable night of peppy numbers that draws the elite crowd. Dance to the beats of techno and party music in the patio outside with spectacular views of the city skyline, glittering in the dark. The cafe and restaurant ensure that you do not go hungry. A popular spot for cultural events in the city like exhibitions, film screenings and workshops, it is a hub of activity that you must visit if ever in the city.
Club Silencio was the most talked about nightclub opening in Paris in 2011. Located in the 2nd arrondissement, the club is the brainchild of bizarre Hollywood director David Lynch. The club was based on the club by the same name that was featured in Lynch's film Mulholland Drive. Club Silencio is very exclusive and popular, with admission being restricted to members before midnight. Once you get in though, the interiors are decidedly chic and modern, and just a little bit surreal. Silencio has a good selection of specialty cocktails and some finger foods and small bites.
La Machine du Moulin Rouge is a swanky and eccentric concert venue that doubles up as a nightclub and is one of the most-visited hotspots in the nightlife of Paris. Three separate areas, namely the 750-seater concert hall, a club that can accommodate 400 patrons, and the American bar with a holding capacity of 250 people, are all open for enjoying endless nights of partying. Electrifying DJ performances, contemporary concerts spanning various genres like rock, electro, pop and theme nights and dance nights attract the hip and young crowd of Paris.
Opened in 1965, the Bus Palladium is a word class nightclub situated on the spot of l'Ange Rouge, a famous cabaret after the war. Throughout the years this hot spot has welcomed the public as well as celebrity figures such as Salvador Dali, Serge Gainsbourg the Beatles, and Patty Smith. Featuring a spectacular array of lights, mirrors, and disco balls, Bus Palladium keeps the party going all night long.
Appropriately located in Disney's Hotel New York , come here to get a huge bite of the Big Apple and see why it's known as the city that never sleeps. Like the buildings, the drinks are poured tall to make sure the evening never ends. There's dancing, music and various art deco accents paying tribute to one the greatest international cities on Earth.
Les Sardignac Sur Le Toit is a bar with splendid views of the charming city of Paris. Coupled with the vibrant colors of the sky during sunset and the relaxed and upbeat atmosphere with light-hearted, chirpy music and foosball tables makes dining at this rooftop bar akin to therapy. The food is prepared from fresh, seasonal ingredients and the cocktails are quite delicious too. Priced reasonably and served by cheerful servers, the atmosphere of this quaint bar couldn't have been any better and you get the chance to have an exceptional dining experience.
La Factory promises all-round fun and excitement, as it welcomes leisure seekers with a well-laid out bowling complex, a ritzy bar and Italian gourmet cuisine restaurant. The indoor recreational hub boasts of 20 well-lit bowling lanes supported with advanced technology, automated barriers on each slope and light-weight balls. The on-site Italian cuisine bistro serves up hearty dishes like pizzas, pastas and ravioli, while the bar radiates a laid-back, lounge-like setting and screens live sporting action. La Factory also has its own laser game zone spread over a large area of 300 square meters (3229.17 square feet) and inviting you to beat your colleagues and friends with innovative skills and strategies.
Chez Eva Pritsky is a quaint bistro, which doubles up as a thrift store during the day. This lovely joint is adorned with mismatched seventies couches, relics and trompe l'oeil'd roof from an ancient period and other historical artifacts. Eva Prtisky is the owner of this Paris gem where friends, antic dealers and artists mingle and drink. For cheap prices, one can order a cask wine glass, complemented with crunchy peanuts.
A night out on the town can be heavy on the pockets, but not at Charlie. At this little neighborhood bar with its comfy couches and bright pink signature emblem, the pink scooter mounted on the wall, an evening out with friends is cheap. At EUR2 for a half pint and EUR4 for a full pint, it's a great place to enjoy a casual evening out with your pals. The comfortable seating is perfect to settle into for an animated conversation while the artfully strewn acoustic guitars beckon the musically inclined to give it a go. Casual, laid back and informal, the bar is a popular local hang-out spot. No worries if beer isn't your drink of preference, the bar also serves up classic cocktails as well as creative concoctions with bites supplied by the restaurant Miel et Paprika just opposite, a venture by the same owners. The basement space is good for small groups and also hosts local exhibitions and concerts. For additional information, contact the restaurant.