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La Grange au Bouc is counted as one of the top party venues in the old city. Those velvety lounge-style seating booths and dazzling neons create a spectacular setting to bid the day goodbye in style. Grange's Djs spin up peppy rock, retro, dance and electronic numbers. Fortnightly theme nights are a rage here, even as its eclectic music calendar draws in crowds from far and wide.
The genius behind the uber popular Ayers Rock Cafe brings to the city another gem out of its kitty. This one is called Ayers Rock Boat, and is located along the Quai Victor Augagneur. The Australian flavor pervades here as well, with the well-known lagers and beers from down under gaining popularity among the students and young people here. There are live concerts, theme nights, and great DJs that await you here as well.
This is a barge which, at different times, serves as a café-theatre, and turns its English pub into an intimate and warm venue for intelligent, spicy humor. The program is varied and embraces all kinds of comedy, which is quite rare in Lyon. It is generally popular with higher income people from ages 30 to 40. Live DJs rumble weekly with disco, jazz, jungle and salsa tunes and the upper terrace is open for star gazing.
Time spent at La Cour des Grands is always eventful, no matter the day or time you choose to walk in. The first thing you would notice when you enter this place is its uncanny, yet exquisite and eye-catching decor, which includes dungeon-style brick walls, mood-lighting and elegant furniture. An amalgamation of a restaurant, a lounge and a nightclub, there's more than one way to keep yourself entertained here. Feast on a delectable meal, sip on a fine drink and dance to the music played by the resident DJs. The selection of tapas and cocktails simply can't be missed when you visit La Cour des Grands.