Comfort Hotel Bobigny Paris Est
60 -68 Ave Henri Barbusse
Phone: (33) 1 41 83 62 30
Fax: (33) 1 41 50 95 46
60 -68 Ave Henri Barbusse, Bobigny, FR, 93000
- Phone: (33) 1 41 83 62 30
- Fax: (33) 1 41 50 95 46
Opened in 1992, this entertaining club and concert place is located in a totally renovated former bus station and is now a springboard for numerous artists (painters, photographs, sculptors and singers). The exhibitions, concerts and other parties attract a mixed crowd. Whether you fancy blues, rock, pop music or any other style, you will find the music you like! Worth a visit.
Situated in the square of the Cité des Sciences in Paris' 19th arrondissement, Peña Festayre serves up a splendid spread of Basque style food and eclectic musical events. A warm wood furnished interior welcomes clientele who flock here for the excellent fare and heady atmosphere. Acts range from alternative rock to reggae and ska, making Peña Festayre the perfect place to pick up tapas while listening to that hot new band.
This rock and blues bar is situated in the 19th arrondissement of Paris. This resto-bar by day turns into a throbbing nightclub by night featuring DJs and live musicians. Espace Blues offers a vibrant and varied assortment of musical artists, with styles ranging from jazz and blues to rock and alternative. The ambiance is warm and the concert hall is a large venue. This place accepts only cash so keep your credit cards at home.
A small venue primarily focused on jazz, the Mille Jazz Club also ventures into the realm of traditional world music, taking part in the annual Ville des Musiques du Monde music festival and the Festival Africolor.
Pointe Lafayette is a bar and amazing concert space. Famed DJs spin popular and not-so-popular tunes at this bar and club, that would make you dance all night long. Different DJs perform here so it would be wise to check up on the club to see who is playing next. While the drinks here are reasonably priced, the ambiance is such that you are sure to have a good time, anytime.
Bizz'art is a versatile live music establishment located in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. An old British officer's loft has been renovated into a vibrant venue and restaurant, decked in classic hardwood furnishings. It features musical artists from a wide range of genres including jazz, soul, funk, and even hip hop. The venue is air conditioned and has capacity for about 100 people. It is open from 8p onwards on all days except Thursday when it opens at 7p. Call for additional information.
Parisian hipsters have quickly made the 20th Arrondissement their new home, and La Fleche d'Or is at the height of the scene. If you are looking for a hip/indie crowd, untainted by cool hunters and gentrification (at least not yet!), then squeeze into those cigarette jeans and check it out. The live music, cheap drinks, and industrial loft-style décor (the building used to be the Charonne train station up until 1937) keeps the crowds young and coming back for more. Bands from all over the world are showcased here, bringing in an eclectic style of rock with a twist of sexy trance and edgy punk styles.
In the young and lively Oberkampf district, one of the real hot spots of 21st-century Paris, Cithéa features a truly original slate of events. Rock and techno groups, but also movies and even plays are on the program. And of course, there's lots of those nice cold brews you like so well.
Etage is a bar, restaurant, and concert hall situated in the 10th arrondissement of Paris. It's set in a 50s cinema that has been remodeled into a loft that has a funky, artsy vibe and draws a younger crowd. The restaurant serves up French cuisine including the likes of foie gras, carpaccio, beef tartare and grilled vegetables with smoked duck. The stage hosts a diverse range of musical acts that sees a packed audience.
Nouveau Casino is known to play host to different types of performances including new style of music in concerts, launches and parties. A typically flexible space where you can hold your private or business events, this place has two rooms: the concert hall and a mezzanine floor. The mezzanine is where people can sit on low tables, enjoy their drinks and music. The Casino has two 18th-century chandeliers and the walls have triangular steel plates that easily reflect video projections. The place is totally soundproof with up-to-date sound equipment and a well equipped bar. The cafe Charbon lies behind the casino and is run by Chef Charbon. The casino also converts into a nightclub where people come together to enjoy and dance to the tunes of the latest music.
This little café with its weird wooden decorations, is an interesting place to hang out and grab a meal. The menu consists of a mish-mash of cuisines from mustard chicken to Syrian specialties and offering Sangria and other cocktails. On the weekends, the café has theater workshops and often has live concerts by local bands. It is a popular hang-out for students since the prices are very reasonable. So if you're backpacking your way round Europe, this is a good place to meet young people and get some more traveling tips.
This club, hidden underground, was for a long time a temple for people opposing mainstream Parisian culture. The great alternative movements found refuge here: punk, Gothic, hardcore techno, etc. But the times when Police and Stray Cats drew the crowds in, have long gone! Nowadays, Gibus is a temple for clubbers mad about drum & bass, hardhouse and garage. The customers are therefore young, trendy and dance until the end of the night. Unless you're 20 years old and extremely energetic, it's hard to keep up with the pace until dawn. For true ravers only.