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Kong is located on the top two floors of the LVMH building above the Kenzo store. This ultra-trendy bar and restaurant has a green florescent stairway and seats with female face prints on them. The view of the Seine from here is magnificent. Cocktails are tasty but a bit expensive. Thursday night is Oriental Funk party night. The restaurant serves interesting fusion cuisine, bringing together Japanese and French styles of cooking.
Embrace your inner child at the one-of-a-kind bar in Paris. Owner Vincent has introduced an original childhood-inspired concept to this bar for those looking to try something new in the capital. Childhood past times like board games and drawing books along with dart games and music make up for great entertainment. Sip on inventive concoctions named after the likes of Popeye, Speedy Gonzales, Peter Pan, and Pocahontas, served to you in baby feeders rather than a glass. The uniqueness of Zéro de Conduite extends to the decor where paintings and animated displays enhance the fun and playful element.
Le Crocodile is well-known for the size of its menu; pages and pages of cocktails are available for cheap apiece, and every night before midnight, the prices drop to rock-bottom. 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!
Da Vito is your Parisian pizzeria nextdoor. This restaurant features gourmet renditions of the Italian staple, grilled on wood, and served with antipasti. Some of their bestsellers include Cédric Casanova, Prince of Paris Ham and the classic Neapolitan Pizza. After your fill, take the route past their closet refrigerator and into the Moonshiner bar. This watering hole is reminiscent of a prohibition era-style speakeasy replete with charming decor and jazz tunes. On offer are creative cocktails, cigars and a fine whiskey selection. Also, if you'd like a fun puzzle, rack your brains with fellow patrons to decode the lock of their safe deposit.
As the name suggests, this place is for hard rock lovers. With 21 screens featuring rock videos and the perfect sound system complementing it, Hard Rock Café is a popular choice among ardent rock fans. The cocktail bar is just the right place to enjoy a big glass of your favorite drink. Strategically located next to the Opera, this venue has hosted many star-studded events. Take your pick from the two floors and a VIP room – whichever suits the occasion.
A hit with businessmen and a fashionable crowd, this kitschy, exotic restaurant isn't quite what you'd expect to find just a few minutes away from the Crillon luxury hotel and ultra-chic Place de la Concorde. Climb the massive staircase to this huge restaurant's smaller dining areas, watched over by an enormous Buddha. The imaginative Japanese-Californian menu features grilled duck and other meat dishes.
Turn down the temperature and turn up the fun at the City Of Light's pioneering all-ice club. Located at the upscale Kube Hotel, Ice Kube promises a unique lounging experience. Michel Amann is the sculpting mastermind behind the igloo-like interiors. Everything from the bar to the shot glasses is carved in ice. Indulge in classic or flavor-infused French vodka while enjoying the resident DJ's eclectic techno beats. Albeit short-lived, the 30-minute experience does not disappoint.
Auto Passion café is a unique place for lovers of vehicular sports. Plenty of car lovers gather here to have a drink or a meal, staring at one of the two giant screens or at one of the eight TV screens all displaying nonstop automobile sporting events. The setting is composed of car engines and collectible objects, red seats – Ferrari red, of course – on which you will enjoy one the numerous theme nights that they organize, in small lounges laid out around the bar. The lounges’ names are, for example, Imola, Monza, Silver Stone and Magny-Cours. They have thought about every detail, such as security belts on toilet seats! Maybe one thing is missing to be perfect: the smell of oil and gasoline.. Or maybe not!