Nightlife - Well now that you took a nap
at your hotel and you are ready for a big night out,
put on your best threads and head on out the MCM café.
Live music and a great time all night. It is owned
by the French, Cable Music Channel MCM and sometimes
they go live right in the bar. Now that would fun
for anyone. You will also want to head on over for
some Latin music that plays all night at the Barrio
Latino dance club. Enjoy the four floors
of fantastic music and interior pizzazz.
Perhaps you are in a more tranquil mood and a little
tired from day of fantastic sightseeing, then go to
the Les Deux Magots where Ernest Hemingway
was regular who popped in often and where writers come
for meetings of the mind. There is also a nice place
called the Buddha Bar where you will dine in the presence
of a huge Buddha as if he is listening in to your conversation.
You can feel the energy.
You may also visit the Le Vieux Bistro,
where celebrities and others come to sit, relax and
watch the world go by. Ah, the life of the rich and
the famous. Now, La Coupole is also a fine choice. With
seating for 450 it is the biggest dining area in France
and many people have eaten their food in this fabulous
There you have some ideas, but just go out there. Everywhere
you go there is great Paris Nightlife
to be found. It is a tremendous city of energy and liveliness
so get into the action and stay up late. It’s
92, boulevard de Clichy
Paris, 75018 France
Phone: +33 1 36 68 22 19
For all you music lovers out there this is the place
to be. The MCM Café is operated by the MCM, French
cable music channel. Live bands perform in it sometimes
they go live on air. This used to be the site of Moulin
Rouge and it is upbeat and never ending good times.
46-48, rue du Faubourg St-Antoine
Paris, 75011 France
Phone: +33 1 55 78 84 75
The Barrio Latino is in fact a Latin music nightlife
hub. It has four stories and excellent cocktails and
you can dance the night away. There is a food menu to
please your taste buds and the interior is what is all
out fantastic. The other places look plain compared
to this fine night out.
Deux Magots (Les)
6, place St-Germain-des-Pres
Paris, 75006 France
Phone: +33 1 45 48 55 25
In the quarter of St. Germain-Des-Pres, the intellectual
area, the Les Deux Magots is where writers and great
thinkers came to present their meetings of the minds.
Ernest Hemingway was a regular that came in frequently.
You will to after you come one time and see how nice
8, rue Boissy d'Anglas
Paris, 75008 France
Phone: +33 1 53 05 90 00
The Buddha Bar is an interesting restaurant that you
have to climb a huge set of stairs to enjoy your grilled
duck and other delicious meats and dishes. The whole
dining area is watched over by a huge Buddha as you
are eating you will feel the enormous energy. Have fun,
eat well and drink more.
Vieux Bistro (Le)
14, rue du Cloître-Notre-Dame
Paris, 75004 France
Phone: +33 1 43 54 18 95
With a very pretty terrace this is the place to sit
back and relax and let the world go by. Celebrities
also do the same at the Vieux Bistro. You will enjoy
the evening and the meal. This is a very authentic restaurant
where if you are not French you will feel like you are.
102, boulevard du Montparnasse
Paris, 75014 France
Phone: +33 1 43 20 14 20
At La Coupole there is seating for 450 and this France’s
biggest dining area. Seafood, steak tartare, Cassoulet
(meat and bean casserole) are served in this French
environment. There is breakfast served from 8:30 on
and you’ll just love spending some time in here.