Does Paris have a Nightlife?
Put on your best shoes and head on out into the city of lights for an unforgettable evening in the glitz and glamour of some of the greatest cocktail bars in some of the most gorgeous buildings.
Frequented by Ernest Hemingway in the 40s, this world-famous Ritz bar is a place to see and be seen in. The chic, British-club type setting ensures that you should be pulling out your best threads for the evening. The cocktail list isn’t too bad, either!
Rendez-vous chaque samedi et dimanche pour le Brunch du Ritz Bar.Une formule gourmande composée d'un jus de fruits…
Experimental mixology cocktails that are bursting with interesting flavour mix sure to entice anyone who enjoys a good drink. Experimental Cocktail Club has the ambience of a 20s bar and although the drinks are a little pricier than those in other areas, you’ll probably never be able to go back to normal cocktails after sampling what’s available here.
Nestled in the historical Marais quarter’s side streets, Sherry Butt contains couches, mirrors and dim lighting for an overall cosy and intimate experience. Although again the cocktails are not cheap, there are many creations attributed to the bar which contain homemade ingredients such as pine nut syrup or champagne syrup, which are sure to intrigue you on your visit.
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This bar is hidden away in a secret entrance, only accessible through the Pizza Da Vito restaurant. The door is a walk-in fridge, and the cocktail menu is varied and exciting to go with your secret experience. The menu ranges from a cheaper option of punches to intricate cocktails that are a little more on the pricy side. The choice is yours, but the experience is a given!
Ce soir au Moonshiner on vote pour le Vieux Président : rhum Eldorado 8, vermouth dry, sirop d'agave et Gran Clasico. Avec un fond de jazz, ça fait passer la journée sous les meilleurs auspices.
Party All Night
Whether you’re out for a nice drink or cocktail watching the boaters along the Seine under the Paris lights or you’re wanting to party the night away in some of the best clubs in Europe, you can find it all in Paris – so cocktails vs clubs?
In the neighbourhood of Bastille, there’s a lively bar filled with the young cosmopolitan generation. A typical yet popular bar that features dance/Latin and hip-hop music played by a DJ and interesting bordello-style décor. The club also has two large screens that feature live video of various areas of the club, which you might catch yourself on!
Le Sanz by Bizz'Art est devenu Le Sanz, et vous accueille du lundi au samedi, de jour comme de nuit ! Désormais…
This place is a great rock ‘n’ roll bar that features a 1950’s American theme, you can go here to find some loud, old school sounds accompanied by cheap beer. A good place to start the night!
A cave-bar located in the Latin Quarter which is a favourite haunt of students who will congregate here at night time to dance – often packed, therefore not for those who don’t enjoy a tightly-packed crowd, the place features abundantly pop music and cheap drinks.
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Famous for being the place that Edith Piaf made her debut, La Java Bar and Club hosts many international artists, providing both traditional French music and a mix of international contemporary music. The cover is cheap and the nights here are long, as it doesn’t open until late; the music is interesting and diverse.