Comfort Hotel Mouffetard/Latin Quarter
56, rue Mouffetard
Phone: (33) 1 43361700
Fax: (33) 1 43362578
56, rue Mouffetard, Paris, FR, 75005
- Phone: (33) 1 43361700
- Fax: (33) 1 43362578
This charming theater is situated in the heart of the Latin Quarter. It features a diverse assortment of contemporary productions including children's shows. The interior is decorated with brick walls, and it has a capacity for 230 people. For further information, you can check the website.
In the heart of Paris, in one of its liveliest districts – Contre-Escarpe – between shops and restaurants is the Mouffetard Bowling. It is a convivial place, just like the street and the area. You will be able to spend nice afternoons or nights thanks to its eight bowling alleys, three pool tables and arcade games, accompanied by relaxing music. Pros or beginners, everyone can play here, even the young ones who enjoy alleys made for children. Numerous special evenings are regularly organized in a musical and colored atmosphere. You can also celebrate your child s birthday or organize private evenings. As it is very popular, it is wise to book in advance.
Situated in the 5th arrondissement of Paris, this cozy theater provides the perfect environment for an intimate night of acting, music, and laughs. It offers a diverse program that focuses upon humor in all its forms, and offers 110 comfortable red seats.
Paris is known as the fashion capital of the world. Apart from major fashion events, the city is also a playground for artists, both amateur and renowned. With numerous spaces for art exhibitions, musical events and theater, art-lovers are spoilt for choice when it comes to good quality entertainment. Comedie Contrescarpe is one such popular space that hosts comedy shows by numerous popular stand up comedians. For further details do visit the website.
This cultural center is situated in the Reformed Church of France in Paris' bustling Latin quarter. Its mission is to break down the social boundaries of everyday life, introducing the individual to the other. Espace Quartier Latin offers a variety of conferences as well as choral and instrumental concerts.
Located in the bustling 5th Arrondissement, the Centre Culturel Irlandais strives to keep the cultural and artistic scene of the city vibrant and lively, while also ensuring that the Irish culture receives a fair audience. A part of the long history of the Irish in France, this center furthers the work of the Collège des Irlandais, in keeping the Irish contribution to the city's culture and history alive and flourishing. A variety of events are hosted here, from art exhibitions, to live musical performances, film screenings, literature events, and much more. The Centre Culturel Irlandais also offers accommodation for artists, students, writers, and other allied professions. See the website or call to know more.
This theater in the heart of Paris was established in 1960 by Maurice Alezra. It represents a collective of artists working towards the production of their own works as well as reproductions of their favorite classics. The program is diverse, showcasing concerts, Latin music, theater, and children's shows. The theater offers 50 seats in a cozy atmosphere that places the audience just steps away from the performers.
Walking into the Hurling Pub is a bit like walking into the mouth of a cave, especially on a bright, summer, Paris evening. Cavernous it certainly is, with the bar stretching the length of the anteroom, two pool tables in a back room and another one upstairs on the balcony. While the lighting may be dull the atmosphere definitely isn't, and a good location, pub games, namely pool and darts, and two TVs showing live sports make this a popular venue. There is even a darts league organized as well as regular competitions. Hurling Pub is a lively bar with plenty going on. -Greg Blackman
Paris is known as the fashion capital of the world. Apart from major fashion events, the city is also a playground for artists, both amateur and renowned. With numerous spaces for art exhibitions, musical events and theater, art-lovers are spoilt for choice when it comes to good quality entertainment. Salle 1, located within the Université Paris Panthéon Sorbonne, is one such event venue that conducts events throughout the year. For further details do visit the university website.
Paradis Latin is a name that every other hard-core Parisian is familiar with. Apart from being one of the oldest and best Cabarets in town, the fact that it was designed by Gustav Eiffel is enough reason to get people pouring in from around the globe. The four set menus (EUR80-EUR200) include delicacies, such as Foie Gras, caviar, smoked salmons and beef fillets. The specialty of Paradis Latin is its balanced perfection in both the food as well as the cabaret performance. To add to it, the wine cave and the cigar cave prove to be treasures in providing the best of both: wines and cigars! So what you have on your platter is sure to please your palate, and what you experience will delight your heart!
Even though it first opened in 1925, today Le Studio des Ursulines focuses instead on showing movies that are aimed at children. In addition to showing films, the theater also offers film-making classes for the young ones.
This restaurant in Paris' charming Latin quarter caters to students and travelers alike. Set in a vaulted stone cave that once stored the wines of Louis XIII, Port du Salut offers cozy ambience, gracious service, and a traditional menu that won't strain your budget. Indulge in classics such as mushroom cassoulet, bœuf bourguignon, or leg of lamb followed by a tarte Tatin. Features a non-smoking room. This place is also great for private events and occasions such as weddings, conferences or birthdays. For a detailed information, you can also have a look at their website.