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One of the most happening bars in Paris, Raidd is loud, raucous and fun. The shower boys are the most popular element of this gay bar. Combined with the super drinks and the hip DJs belting out tunes, rest assured that your night is made. The wait-staff are adept and impressive at their service. Various theme nights are organized occasionally that are enjoyed by all. If you are in the lookout for a night of unadulterated fun, this is the best place to find it!
Its easy to miss this tiny bar but it is indeed a popular spot for gay men though it has a mixed clientele as well. Unwind at the leather couches and check out the rotating art works on their walls. Les Souffleurs is a nice spot to mingle and take a sip of classic drinks. With DJ nights, concerts and other live acts, it is surely a happening bar.
Sly Bar, which is located at the 1st Arrondissement, is a popular gay-friendly bar. The ambiance is bright and the lighting will take you by surprise. With great food and cocktails, this place hosts some of the most amazing parties. Events and celebrations like the "Do Brazil Rio" are one of the examples of entertaining nights. The music is loud and get to listen to an extensive genre. Check out the website or call ahead for more information.
Located in the 3rd Arrondissement, Cafe Cox Bar is a gay-friendly bar. The ambiance is cool, and every three months they are known to change their decor. The outdoor seating always seems to be crowded. Established since 1995, it attracts major crowds from the gay quarters' bustling streets of the Marais. The bar food is great and much appreciated by the patrons. Dance to the beats of the DJ's on Thursday nights and Sundays get packed for their happy hours. For detailed information, check out the website or call ahead.
A popular location amongst the gay scene of Paris, Open Cafe lives up to its name by opening its doors to anyone. Still, the majority of the clientele is male. More of a bar and cafe, it serves typical cafe food, coffee, beer and plenty of cocktails. If you're looking to dance, this may not be your place, but those wanting a laid back night out, this is the 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.