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Bars & Cafes
With an assortment of outrageous party nights, Studio 46 draws a rhythmic, fun-loving crowd. Dancehall Temptation Singles' Night, Made in Jamaica Afro-Caribbean night, and Hot Christmas Night all bring the best DJs of dancehall music to keep club-goers going until late in the night.
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.
This charming little cafe is located in the 19th Arrondissement in Paris. While popular among its patrons for its coffee, the place is also widely known for hosting live music performances by various artists. It's a great place to enjoy performances by your favorite musician or simply to sip some coffee.
This bar-restaurant is situated near the Parc de la Villette and the Cité de la musique. Its ultra-modern décor designed Elisabeth de Portzamparc has earned some criticism for its decidedly futuristic look. But in this very slow neighborhood, this is the only place of conviviality and relaxation. After a stroll in the park, sit back to enjoy the simple and tasty cuisine. The menu features a croque-monsieur, an escalope of salmon, and beef bourguignon. Gourmets can order caviar and champagne.
Situated along the canal de l'Ourcq, on the quai de Seine Be careful, this is not the Seine, Belushi's is one of the most happening places in the city. This bar and club serves up a nice blend of traditional and exotic cuisines, with even Australian burgers on the menu. Above the bar is located a hostel, the Christopher Inn, so you can expect that the crowd is mostly made up of students and backpackers. On regular nights, there is a band on the stage rocking its tunes, and on other nights, there are DJs, both visiting and local. The spirits served here include beer, shots, cocktails, and Jager Bombs.
If you are someone who follows Gandhi's teachings, this place may just be what your looking for. Open since August 2002, Le Cafézoide is warm and welcoming for parents who want their children to learn with the right teachings. The two-storey venue offers a broad variety of workshops, activities, games, thematic events for children under 8 years. Their aim is to appreciate and improve the growth and knowledge of the child. The restaurant offers an extensive menu of many cuisines that will leave you contemplating on what to choose from. Cash only. Visit the website for detailed information on their services.
L' Abracadabar is your intimate neighborhood bar, perfect for a musical evening. Crowds with diverse tastes head to this place, and Abracadabar never fails to delight them. Besides the wide range of cocktails on offer, the bar has a rich cultural platter too. From rock concerts and plays to exhibitions and projections, Abracadabar hosts all with panache. Open till the wee hours of dawn on weekends, Abracadabar gets crowds to jig and jive to the fullest. Visit website for event details. Contact +33 6 4636 2318 for more details.
Located against the scenic backdrop of the canal, this bar offers you a serene and casual atmosphere. The decor has a bohemian charm to it with the walls covered in decorative wallpapers and comfortable sofas around. Sip on some refreshing beer or their specialty mojito cocktail as you take in the splendid view. The bar comes alive in the evenings with the DJ setting the tempo with some amazing sounds, drawing in an eclectic crowd. On moonlit nights, the canal's enhanced beauty shimmering in the light adds a special charm to this bar.
This cozy bar is located near the Simplom metro station. The bar is famous for its tasty cocktails and for its varied cultural schedule including art exhibitions, stand up comedy, DJs and live music concerts. It has a relaxed and festive atmosphere, which makes it easier to meet new people. The staff is efficient and friendly. Le Petit Joseph Dijon is the perfect spot for grabbing a drink, listening to good music and relaxing at the end of the day.
Café Lomi is the destination for the coffee connoisseurs to head to, in order to sample a fine brew that is made from the perfect roast by skilled roasters in keeping with a fine technique. The coffee here is artisan and every care is taken to deliver only the best to the diners. The beans are sourced from various parts of the world and lend a fine flavor to the drink. Café Lomi also hosts workshops and events to showcase the extraction techniques and demonstrate the variations that are found in this beverage. A true treat for a coffee-lover indeed.
The Parc des Buttes Chaumont is locked for the night, but something inside the gates glows with strange lights, music and rambunctious voices. It's Rosa Bonheur, a bar named for the female French artist known for wearing men's clothing and smoking cigarettes. Like the bar's namesake, the patrons of Rosa Bonheur are usually doing everything deemed unacceptable by moderate Parisian society: drinking several too many bottles of wine, dancing much too intensely, and having a wicked good time. Since Parisians are so unused to this curious so-bad-it's-good combination, Rosa Bonheur has seen roaring success since it opened in 2008. Arrive early to snag a table, and if you come past 10p, you'll have to enter through the single open gate at the intersections of Rue de Crimée and Rue Botzaris. - Betsy Mikel