Wine bars and pubs are on every corner in Paris. You’re bound to have your own favorite. But here’s a list for fab cocktails, music and lots of dancing!
Club Silencio is where all forms of art melt unintermittedly. From movies, design, architecture, to fashion. It’s a space where all forms of art cross paths. David Lynch, who created the interior space, wanted the underground – a private members club, to be a place full of possibilities. He didn’t desire to push artists who come through the door, to any limits. He intended for them to enter and be creative, be inspired. This is also where Justice, the French electronic duo, recorded their very first album.
The club is typically open to private members in the afternoons, then at midnight, the general public can enter. This is honestly the hottest place to be in Paris! (SEE ALSO: Interview at Club Silencio in Paris: Where All Forms of Art Cross Paths)
Remember that scene in Sex and the City when Carrie meets Petrovsky’s ex-wife in Season 6? The restaurant where there were faces on the chairs? That’s Kong! The scene was shot in the restaurant area, but at night, the bar becomes one of the most stylish and hip places to be in Paris. Located right on Pont Neuf, in a cosmopolitan building. Think Paris, think Japan, think Louis XV armchairs!
3. VIP Room
One of the hottest clubs in Paris to attract the fashion week crowd. With its perfect location right on Rue de Rivoli, across the street from Le Louvre, VIP Room pumps and beats the heart of the city, especially after hours. The best way to get in is to reserve a table, pop open your champagne and daaance!
It’s been almost fifteen years, Barrio Latino remains to be one of the loudest night clubs in the City of Light. Every Thursday through Saturday night, the line outside the most spacious night club in Paris still requires a long wait. From anxious students, lovers of Latin music to international businessmen, all comprise of the international and eclectic crowd. (SEE ALSO: Exclusive Interview! Barrio Latino in Paris: A Glitzy Escape from the City of Light)
5. Le Baron
Since it opened in 2004, Le Baron has been one of the top night clubs in Paris. It’s particularly popular when everything else has closed and this place will be jam-packed with celebrities, socialites, and anyone who is a champagne lover. Le Baron used to be a disco hall ran by the Russian mafia but it has been renovated in recent years, again, attracting designers, artists and fashion week jetsetters!