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Like its neighbor, the Violon Dingue, this graungy pub welcomes rock music and beer fans. The décor is made of antiques, old objects and photos of rock groups on the walls. Theme nights are organized all week long: Celtic Night on Tuesdays, Gothic Night on Wednesday, reggae night on Thursdays and rock on Fridays and Saturdays. Unfortunately the music is loud all the time.
In a neighborhood known for its immigrant community stands a lively bar with weathered red mosaic tiles and crammed full of ragged tables and chairs. Because of its location, Aux Folies attracts mostly locals. The historic cafe was made famous by internationally known singer and performer Edith Piaf. During the summer, the outside terrace never empties from the end of the workday to the end of the night. To pace between the relatively cheap drinks, there's always the option of checking out what's new in the graffiti-dazzled alley around the corner. Or, there's a pinball machine inside. One of the most iconic cafes of the city, relive Edith Piaf's melodious legacy at Aux Folies.
This small bar will take you back in time with classic decor and friendly service. Just steps from the metro line, this is an easy place to get to and a great stop to grab a beer and chat with friends. Order appetizers like cheese plates and tarts to complement your favorite cocktail. Simple style and laid back ambiance, Le Rendez-vous is ideal for a younger crowd wanting to have a casual night out.