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Experience The Best Of The City By Night

libadmin May 31, 2018
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Truth be told, going out in Paris is about as rich an experience as they come. The city is an adult playground without comparison, especially when you add the caveat of  ‘adults with good taste.’  The thing to do is pack your evening with about as much as you can squeeze in and handle. For example, start off low-key with aperitifs at the ultra-elegant Bar Les Heures on Avenue George V or at the Marais neighborhood Glou, an icon with a view directly onto the Picasso Museum. Follow that by dinner before your cabaret show at the fabulous La Nouvelle Seine. Or take in a movie at the world-renowned Le Grand Rex, Europe’s largest movie theater.

Once the show is over, head out to a cocktail bar such as Le Klay or if you want to refine your whiskey palate, check out the den-like speakeasy that exclusively houses whiskey, as in 900 different kinds. That can be found hidden inside another bar and is called Golden Promise. Round out the evening by taking in some jazz at the legendary Caveau de la Huchette. The swing dancers are as entertaining as the jazz players, to be sure. And if you haven’t yet seen La La Land, it’s a must. Because this is where that fabulous Paris scene with the sublime Oscar-winning Emma Stone was filmed.  A bientot, mes amis!

 

 


Le Grand Rex

This is Europe’s largest movie theater and its location right on Grands Boulevards means it’s walking distance from the major department stores and one of Paris’s best shopping districts. With 2,650 seats it was purportedly modeled after NYC’s…  Read More


La Nouvelle Seine

This barge parked underneath the Notre Dame Cathedral offers more than just dinner – it also puts on a burlesque-filled cabaret show that will leave the boys feeling a bit hot under the collar. A fun evening for adults in a location that doesn’t…  Read More


Le Klay

The street-facing hip new bar of this sought after gym now offers a new dimension to its nightlife. The mixologist will serve you up flaming drinks in coconuts and pineapples and top them with equally as enticing exotic-fruit garnishes. But,…  Read More


Golden Promise

The most important thing to remember when chasing down this Ali Baba’s Den of the world’s 900 finest whiskeys, is that it’s hidden in plain sight. The street number is correct but the upstairs bar, the Maison du Sake, steals the limelight. No…  Read More


Concrete

This is a nightclub like many others – where the pounding sound of bass music reverberates all night long. But it’s unlike nearly all others in that it is located on a ship moored alongside the Seine. There are 4 floors with the top floor an…  Read More


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Glou

This is one of Paris’ best-loved wine bars. The Haut-Marais neighborhood is fashionable and fun. This wine bar and restaurant has been newly refurbished so the bar area is even more comfortable than before. Another plus is that the restaurateur…  Read More


L'Arc Paris

Photo courtesy of L’Arc Paris

With a fairly recent re-do this iconic nightclub and preferred celebrity and international jetset watering-hole-when-in-Paris sports a marble dance floor. Its location at the top of the Champs-Elysees makes it an easy access for a night out on…  Read More


Les Jardins du Pont-Neuf

The landscape artist Guillaume Le Jardinier helped create this little piece of floating paradise that stays docked at along the bank of the River Seine just underneat the Pont-Neuf, on Notre Dame side of the bridge. The restaurant features not…  Read More


Le Caveau de la Huchette

This Paris Left Bank jazz fixture features a number of well-known performers since its opening in 1947. More than a funky, cavernous jazz den dating back to the Middle Ages (legend has it that the Knights Templar and then later the Freemasons…  Read More


Bar Les Heures - Prince de Galles

Photo courtesy of Prince de Galles

A relaxed, subdued, classy place that is open 24/24 and just steps away from the Champs Elysees. Though those few steps make all the difference because here you are on the prestigious Avenue George V, away from bustle of the Champs, and cocooned…  Read More