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Cafe Oz Châtelet is a popular late night destination for sports fans and beer lovers. This sprightly Aussie themed pub has huge screens to catch a game, regular DJ nights and occasional live acts. Enjoy the happy hours by taking a sip from beers transported from Down Under.
Always crowded and brimming with casual excitement, Stolly's is a favorite hangout for locals and visitors alike. Located on a small street off Rue de Rivoli, it may be hard to find immediately, but this Irish pub is worth the search down the block for a cozy night with friends. Stop by for happy hour specials, usually around 4:30p-8p, and choose from tasty cocktails and a selection of beers. Stolly's is also a favorite spot on summer nights, during which you can relax out on the terrace. If you happen to be in the City of Light for St. Patrick's Day, be sure to stop by this fun spot.
In Banana Café, the atmosphere is wild and everything is done to guarantee a successful party. The tropical decor is incredibly kitsch, particularly during the themed evenings, which is a showcase of the most unbelievable costumes. Techno and house rhythms often invite regulars to exuberant dancing on the ground floor, whereas in the basement you can sip a cocktail and sing along to the popular tunes played by the pianist.
Right near Nôtre Dame cathedral, this Canadian pub offers all that expats from the Great White North could want, from Canadian beers to traditional Canadian food and other drinks, including their famous Bloody Caesar. The pub doesn't stop at food and drink for a Canadian ambiance: their website lists the sporting events that are shown throughout the month (including hockey, of course), and the other social events that they offer in order to bring Canadians living abroad together. The events are not open to Canadians only, of course, but if you stop by this pub, you are sure to make at least one or two Canadian friends: the ambiance is a lot of fun, and the bar staff and regulars are very friendly.
This British pub is well-known for its array of ales and beers. Don't miss the Adnams Real Ale, Guiness and many bottled beers. A good selection of wines and malt whiskeys is also available. Located close to the tourist hot-spot of Notre Dame, this place always has a lively atmosphere. The bar is in a unique L-shape and has a very British look to it. There is a huge TV to catch the latest in sporting action and English papers are available, just in case you want to know what's going on. The best thing to do is grab a mug of your favorite beer and let the jolly good times flow in real British style. Please remember to leave the stiff upper lip at home!
The Quiet Man is an Irish pub located in the Marais quarter in the heart of Paris. You will find a good selection of Irish beer and whiskey, to be enjoyed in an inviting and tranquil atmosphere (happy hour is from 5p to 8p). In the basement, the Quiet Man regularly organizes (in fact, almost every day) concerts of rock, folk and traditional Celtic music. A big screen broadcasts all of the important rugby and soccer matches, in a great atmosphere! There are also dartboards on each floor: it is an authentic and small pub, just like in Ireland!
Every night is special at this Scottish pub - the only thing missing are the bagpipes. There is so much going on that could it could be difficult for you to catch everything. If you want to test your IQ, there is a music quiz on Thursdays and a general knowledge quiz on Sunday. There is also occasional live music; get into the groove on weekends as the in-house DJ spins some amazing tracks. All this and more with some great beer and whiskies to make your evening a memorable one.
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.
Evil be to him who evil drinks! Here is the pub's creed and that will take some doing! The venue stocks a wide range of home-brewed beers, which is an outstanding feat in Paris and the whole of France. Customers of all ages come and sit in here to watch the rugby and football (soccer) matches in a friendly ambiance. The staff also organizes regular theme nights. Happy hours begin from 5:30p to 8p daily.
Located outside of the usual Paris nightlife beaten paths, the Truskel, with its Celtic symbol at the entrance, has become a popular hangout for those inclined towards rock and pop music. The pub has an authentic British feel and is frequented by an international crowd; all fans of Franz Ferdinand, Blur, The Cure, or Sex Pistols. Live bands often perform from Thursday to Saturday. Definitely a must-see of Paris' live music scene!
This Irish pub has large interiors and the decor is relatively new. The prices here will not drill a hole in your pocket as a large number of beers are available at average prices. Test your IQ skills every Sunday during quiz night. The latest in sports can be viewed on screen and there are also a few special events. Call in advance for what suits you and walk in for a night of true Irish revelry.
In the former restaurant of the Moulin Rouge of Montmartre is O'Sullivan's Pub, an Irish restaurant and nightclub. With two large bars, a dance floor, and very late hours, you are sure to spend a fun evening here.