A lively and upbeat night spot, Wanderlust, set along the River Seine, offers a memorable night of peppy numbers that draws the elite crowd. Dance to the beats of techno and party music in the patio outside with spectacular views of the city skyline, glittering in the dark. The cafe and restaurant ensure that you do not go hungry. A popular spot for cultural events in the city like exhibitions, film screenings and workshops, it is a hub of activity that you must visit if ever in the city.
Club Silencio was the most talked about nightclub opening in Paris in 2011. Located in the 2nd arrondissement, the club is the brainchild of bizarre Hollywood director David Lynch. The club was based on the club by the same name that was featured in Lynch's film Mulholland Drive. Club Silencio is very exclusive and popular, with admission being restricted to members before midnight. Once you get in though, the interiors are decidedly chic and modern, and just a little bit surreal. Silencio has a good selection of specialty cocktails and some finger foods and small bites.
Along with the Folies-Bergère and the Moulin-Rouge, the Crazy Horse is one of the Holy Trinity of Parisian cabarets. Established in 1951, this posh cabaret practices 'the art of the nude' and is thus not for the faint of heart. The cabaret is also a popular nightclub and you may spot celebrities in the crowd watching the dancers.
Nestled at one end of the entertainment venue, Palais des Congrès de Paris, is an elegant and vibrant clubbing venue. A huge chandelier hanging from the ceiling, smack in the center of the room, lends to this club its elegant streak. Some nights DJs, while on others live performers fill this place with their melodies. Renowned names like Flo Rida, Rihanna, Timbaland, Niki Belucci, P.Diddy and Pussycat Dolls, have graced this place with their performances. If the thumping music gets too much, head out to the terrace and enjoy your drink in tranquility.
The VIP ROOM Theater Paris is the place to be in Paris. Jean Roch, the owner and the resident DJ at the VIP, makes sure that the visiting DJs are always the best in Europe. Nights filled with vibrant music and tantalizing drinks await you at VIP ROOM Theater Paris. Dance the night away and you might even spot a celebrity or two.
The 16th Arrondissement witnesses one of the most exciting entertainment venues in the city. Whether its the plush bar, the loud and fluorescent nightclub, the swanky restaurant, the artsy gallery, or the place for your special themed events, this place will make sure you have a memorable time. The service is extremely professional and they come up with innovative ideas for your private celebrations. Try from their creative cocktails available at the bar; from the old Cuban, carol channing, to the pink martinis, raspberry collin's and much more. Check out the website or call ahead to plan your next event.
This club really is a cut above the rest. Reserved for the upper echelons of Parisian society - politicians, show-biz celebrities and sports personalities mingle amongst the select clientèle who gather here to eat, drink and have fun. Having said that - the elegant and eligible might stand a chance of gaining entrance to the plush red velvet and golden interior. The "chosen ones" converse amid the richly decorated rooms of this three-story private mansion, while others enjoy the basement dance floor. If you want to enjoy the luxury bistro restaurant serving French gastronomic delights of refined quality, it is advisable to book in advance.
Reopened during Fashion Week 2009 by Le Baron founder and nightclub impresario Anrdé Saravia, Le Montana courts only the hottest artists and models in a city already awash in celebs. Part of the club's exclusivity is governed by the size; Le Montana is an incredibly small space crammed with an oversize bar, a few tables and a dance floor. Because of this, the bouncers are very tough to get past.
Only the most beautiful will be rewarded at Le Tigre l'Alternative, the new underground club of rock and electronic music. Entry is never guaranteed here--indeed, the bouncers are picky and only the coolest and best coiffed get in. But still try; the former cabaret owned by Jacques Prévert is well worth a visit, even if at the risk of your ego.