Paris might not have the all-night party atmosphere of other European cities, but it certainly isn’t short of bars to choose from.
From Pigalle to the Latin Quarter, the Paris nightlife scene is thriving, and a Parisian nightlife experience is second to none! From posh to historical, and everything in between, Paris promises clubs, cabarets, and all-night parties. Also, Paris is known for its love of cabarets.
Nightlife in Lido de Paris
Le Lido is a cabaret and burlesque show located on the Champs-Élysées in Paris, France. It opened in 1946 at 78 Avenue des ChampsÉlysée and moved to its current location in 1977. It is known for its exotic shows including dancers, singers, and other performers. Sensual, elegant, and spectacular, the Lido cabaret will take your breath away and leave you dazzled.
For 70 years, audiences have been enchanted by the beautiful Bluebell Girls, the sequins, feathers, rich scenes, and surprising talents. A tribute to the City of Light is sure to leave you with stars in your eyes.
There are 2-time options for the show; 9.00 PM and 11.00 PM. The cost starts from 85,00 euro
A complimentary glass of Champagne at Lido Cabaret Show.
Duration 1 hour and 30 minutes. No intermission.
For your information
Elegant casual wear is required. Jackets and ties are recommended. Shorts, Bermuda shorts, flip-flops, sportswear, and trainers are forbidden.
The cloakroom is free for all clients.
You are not permitted to film or take photos for the duration of the show.
Location :116 bis Avenue des Champs-Élysées 75008 Paris
Car park place: The George V car park opposite the Lido de Paris is open 24/7.
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Nightlife in Nouveau Casino
The Nouveau Casino is a concert venue and nightclub with a focus on underground music.
Located in the heart of Paris 11th arrondissement, Oberkampf street, Le Nouveau Casino is both a club and a concert hall. This mythical place was created with its new look in 1999.
Prices depend on the event.
Concerts usually start at 7.30 pm.
Location : 109 Rue Oberkampf, 75011 Paris,
Nightlife in Rex Club
Started by Laurent Garnier in 1992, Paris’ Rex Club is one of the city’s oldest and longest-running spots for techno and house parties.
This is one of the city’s oldest nightclubs and the line-up is most of the time amazing. Check the program online. This place is a bit small but it’s pretty convenient with its dance floor that extends straight to the bar.
Rex Club usually charges around €15-30.
The dress code at Rex is free, they will not judge you, come dressed as you feel.
The Rex Club is open from Wednesday to Saturday from 00h to 07h so if you come to Paris and you spend the weekend, put on your best sneakers and get ready to hit the dancefloor!
Location: 5 Boulevard Poissonnière, 75002 Paris, France
Nightlife in Faust
When it comes to music, Faust promises a night filled with New Jersey House, Chicago deepness, and New York Disco. Promising to bring a little bit of America to Europe, Faust, Paris, is a destination point for many European tourists, visiting Paris.
Music is not the only thing they are sure of, they also are quite proud of their drinks. The marketer describes the atmosphere at their cocktail bar as chic and jazzy. Combining chic and jazzy with their preference of music, Faust definitely knows how to challenge their competition
Another thing Faust specializes in is private events. They host dinner parties, anniversaries, wedding receptions, and other special events and will help cater if necessary. The gorgeous venue is then decorated with appropriate lighting and touches until it becomes your dream design.
The cocktail bar and restaurant open earlier in the evening at 7 pm.
The club is open until 2 am Monday-Thursday and until 5:30 on the weekends.
Prices depend on the event.
Location : Rive Gauche, Pont Alexandre III, 75007 Paris, France
Nightlife in Nuba
On the roof terrace at Nuba Paris, there is always a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere. People come to drink beer and just hang out. To get into this great and spacious terrace there is no specific dress code. As for entertainment, there is live music daily and there are even some table games for those who like that. From the rooftop bar, you get good views of the river Seine and the Paris skyline. DJs play in a wood hut while listeners sit in sun loungers, lending the spot an exotic feel. Established in 2012.
Location: 36 Quai d’Austerlitz 75013, Paris
Nightlife in La Bellevilloise
Independent institution founded in 1877 dedicated to light and creation.
A multidisciplinary cultural venue: café-restaurant, concerts, club, exhibitions, debates, meetings, market, etc.
Today, its 2,000 m² spread across 4 floors is dedicated to all forms of expression and experimentation: concerts, exhibitions, coffee shop debates, projections, ciné-mix, cinema-concerts, and parades. The venue also features a club and a cafe/restaurant.
Event-specific, but generally casual, bohemian, vintage finds, and jeans.
Location: 19-21 Rue Boyer, 75020 Paris, France