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.
Le Crocodile is well-known for the size of its menu; pages and pages of cocktails are available for EUR8 apiece, and every night before midnight, the prices drop to EUR6. The waiter leaves a pen and paper at your table so that you can record your own order from the vast selection of choices. Regulars hang out here until dawn - maybe trying to taste every cocktail on the menu!
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.
With a collection of more than 350 types of beer, Brewberry is a well stocked cave. The local produce is of excellent quality. They also organize special beer tasting fests with a great variety of breads, cheese and other quick bites to go with it. To organize some of the most entertaining parties and events, they provide with innovative ideas and give you a memorable show. Check out the website or call ahead for further details.
The Bombardier, a real English pub serving real English ale, brings British pub culture to the heart of Paris. Even the tables on the terrace resemble pub-garden-style picnic benches rather than the more traditional pavement café variety. They boast a view out onto the dome of the Panthéon; guests are almost in the shadow of St Paul's Cathedral. The beer is reasonably priced, pub-grub is served from mid-day to 2.30p, and there's a choice of three TVs showing the best of British sports. The Bombardier is a good place to watch a crunch match or simply sit with a pint and read an English newspaper.
The 15th Arrondissement brings to you some of the local brews that is a pleasant delight. Brasserie O’NEIL's intimate interiors and lighting is great for an outing with a small group. The fresh, traditional and authentic beers processed right on site is simply excellent! You will get the chance to witness their whole brewing process, and they use no artificial flavors or preservatives. Try from their La Blonde, La Brune, L'Ambree, La Blanche to name a few. A must visit bar! Check out the website for detailed information.
This is a popular destination for American sports fans. Here, despite the fact you're thousands of miles away from the nearest sports arena, you can still catch your favorite football or baseball players in all their glory. You feel like you're right in the action with the assortment of traditional game food like buffalo wings, burgers, hot dogs and nachos with a wide variety of yankee brews on tap.
L'UFO is situated in a neighborhood known for its casual and affordable bars. It offers everything one needs in order to begin the weekend: good music, cheap beer and a funky interior! The walls are decorated with prints from the 1960s and 1970s, with old B-movie posters and the tables are covered with cut out pictures from everywhere. Don't be afraid if Godzilla shines through the bottom of your beer. The U.F.O. Bar offers a lot of themed nights with indie rock, garage, punk and so on.
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.
The Parc des Buttes Chaumont is locked for the night, but something inside the gates glows with strange lights, music and rambunctious voices. It's Rosa Bonheur, a bar named for the female French artist known for wearing men's clothing and smoking cigarettes. Like the bar's namesake, the patrons of Rosa Bonheur are usually doing everything deemed unacceptable by moderate Parisian society: drinking several too many bottles of wine, dancing much too intensely, and having a wicked good time. Since Parisians are so unused to this curious so-bad-it's-good combination, Rosa Bonheur has seen roaring success since it opened in 2008. Arrive early to snag a table, and if you come past 10p, you'll have to enter through the single open gate at the intersections of Rue de Crimée and Rue Botzaris. - Betsy Mikel
Express Bar's red-tiled exterior is unusually contemporary for an old city such as Paris. So is the roomy interior, which offers more space for groups and more elbowroom for ones using a laptop than a typical Parisian café can provide. The local art displayed on Express Bar's walls is lit with warm red lamps, which emits a soothing atmosphere. Sip a hot chocolate in the company of a book, try one of the cocktails in the company of friends, or sample food served up by British chef Gary Willimont. If you're itching for a traditional English breakfast, come on the weekend. Express Bar serves bacon and eggs during brunch. - Betsy Mikel