Comfort Hotel Paris La Fayette
23 rue des Messageries
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You are bound to be bored of eating mild food varieties, so its time to taste spicy meals at Los Mexicanos. This is the place, where Parisians indulge in Mexican delights and varieties. Start your meal with giant salads and you actually have 48 combos to select from, all you have to do is order and the salad will be on your table in few minutes. Try the Fajitas del Campo and the adventurous types can go in for Chili Picadillo. Mexican food is incomplete without Burritos, taste the home-made Pacifico or Caballero and you will surely order for a second round. If the stuff gets too hot for you, order a dessert seasoned with fresh fruits. Los Mexicanos also serves the regular cocktails like Margarita and Pîna Colada. Complete the perfect meal with a cup of Irish Coffee or Cappuccino. So the next time you crave to eat Mexican cuisine, you know where to head to!
With shows performed on weekend evenings and classes or workshops using the space on week nights, the ARTiC theater maintains a busy and appealing schedule. Art exhibitions and often comedic theater inspire and amuse audiences at this venue. Theater workshops run frequently, and classes in yoga and meditation round out the offerings.
The Cook & Go center in the 9th Arrondissement of Paris offers its kitchen-studio concept where you can shop as well as cook for your family under one roof. This unique workshop concept is ideal for those who do not want to go through the time-consuming ritual of shopping, cooking and tidying up. Here, you get the best of the materials needed for cooking along with a recipe, a spacious kitchen to cook under the guidance of an experienced chef and you can leave the cleaning to the staff at the center. Besides, you can also arrange a small gathering for a maximum of 100 guests at the center and avail of the catering service offered by the center. Call or visit their website for more information.
This place is a Parisian legend. The Folies-Bergère's traditional formula -a sweetly titillating show accompanied by high-end food and drink, all in an atmosphere of good clean fun- has changed since the cabaret's recent reopening. These days the show is often a Broadway-style musical or a variety show, always with at least one big star on in the marquee. The place has kept its charm despite the change.
Grande Salle is one of the 2 sub-theatres in Les Feux de la Rampe. As the name suggests, this theatre is big which can admit a big crowd comfortably. You'll be amazed with the intelligent light and sound fixtures, as they compliment every act enhancing its viewing experience. Not to mention that every performance, whether it's a play, a musical or any other act for that matter, is brilliantly choreographed. To sum it up, any show at the Grande Salle is a complete treat.
Les Feux de la Rampe has two sub-theatres, Grande Salle being the big one, while Petite Salle being the small one. The only difference between the two is the amount of people both can incapacitate. Apart from that, everything else is the same, whether it's the amazing sound and lighting or the brilliant performances that take place throughout the year. Do drop by at Les Feux for a wonderful theater experience. Check website for schedules.
This 19th-century building in Paris' 9th arrondissement is lauded as producing gut-busting comedic productions and one man shows. It also features a diverse range of multidisciplinary and multicultural events including flamenco dancers and concerts featuring Spanish, Iranian, and Latin American music. The theater seats 100 people.
Along with the Duc des Lombards, this is one of the two great Parisian jazz clubs. The greatest have played here. Bigger than the average jazz room (600 seats), it isn't content to present European jazz players and the temperature often rises to the beat of American artists. It's also a great place for excellent salsa and bossa nova music: lovers of latino rhythms and world music are not forgotten. Highly recommended to jazz fanatics.
The Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique is a specialized dramatic arts school located in Paris' 9th arrondissement. It provides two halls primarily used for student productions, although it loans the space from time to time. The théâtre is a grand multi-tiered structure decorated with pillars and a subtle Mediterranean color palate, while the salle Louis Jouvet is outfitted in warm wood tones and has seating for 120 people.
Since its beginning in 1925, Terminus Nord has been a mainstay of the area outside Gare du Nord. With a menu that offers traditional French food, it is best known for its convenient open times and delicious seafood. Blending Art Nouveau and Art Déco, the interiors resonate local charm and character. Given its location and the fact that private enclosures available for semi-casual meetings and such, its hardly a surprise that many important businessmen and European Parliament members have been guests at Terminus Nord. With delectable food, convenient open hours, some of the best local scenes of Paris this joint is definitely worth a visit!
This modest building in the heart of Paris conceals a unique theater with an extraordinary history. In the 1930s it was known as the Club des Cinq and regularly featured Edith Piaf. The building now houses Compagnie de l'Élan under the direction of Jean-Luc Jeener; they are known for producing works of exceptional quality and quantity throughout the year. The theater features 200 seats.
A prominent structure in the city of Paris since the early 1900s, Le Palace was initially a cinema and music hall. The Palace is now a grand venue that features interesting cultural programs and concerts on a regular basis. Architecturally appealing, the interiors of this magnificent building still retain the old designs and fine detailing seen in the high ceiling and seating arrangements. Spread over three levels, this venue can easily accommodate more than 700 guests during event days.