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Showcase

Showcase (Port des Champs-Élysées, under the Pont Alexandre III)(Metro: Champs-Elysees Clemenceau or Invalides) – located beneath the high-brow Pont Alexandre III, this club already stands out, since the entrance is literally under a bridge. Showcase is lavishly decorated in an Art Nouveau style and overlooking the Seine. The walls are carved from stone and the […]

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Rex Club

Rex Club (5 Boulevard Poissonnière, Paris)(Metro: Bonne Nouvelle or Grands Boulevards) – launched by French techno music producer Laurent Garnier in 1992, this venue plays a lot of bass-heavy house and electronica, with many patrons showing up well past midnight. Because of Garnier’ s involvement with this club, a number of top-name House & Trance […]

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Paris Social Club

Paris Social Club (142 rue Montmartre, Paris) (Metro: Sentier) – open from Wednesday to Saturday, this one-time printing house for the “Aurore” newspaper was converted into a small concert hall and electro club. Young Parisian hipsters are often attracted to the DJ line-up here, such as “Busy P”, “2ManyDJs”, and Brodinsky.

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Panic Room

Panic Room (101 rue Amelot, Paris)(Metro: Saint-Sébastien – Froissart) – this is a trendy rock & dance music club that is reputedly named after the Jody Foster Hollywood film of the same name. Once inside, patrons find a chill 80s-style watering hole where a quirky clash of bright pop art, pink walls, and colorful fabric […]

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Le Truskel

Le Truskel (12 rue Feydeau, Paris) (Metro: Bourse, Grands Boulevards) — located in the heart of Paris between the Rex and the Olympia, the Truskel was opened in June 2002, with various DJs every night mixing new indiepop classic punk rock and electropop, preceded by concerts, broadcasts, preview album, and DVD preview events.

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Le Montana

Le Montana (28 rue Saint-Benoît, Saint-Germain-des-Pres, Paris) (Metro: Saint-Germain-des-Pres) — is the nocturnal hangout of choice for the capital’s models, celebs and club denizens. This is the first Left Bank outpost for Andre, the internationally renowned graffiti-artist responsible for Paris’ coolest private club, Le Baron, who opened Le Montana in collaboration with Purple Magazine’s Olivier […]

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Le Cavern

Le Cavern (21 rue Dauphine, Paris)(Metro: Odéon) – located near Ile de la Cité and Saint-Germain, this bar’s real attraction is the basement-level second bar and stage — where they put on pop, rock, folk and chanson française of an evening, as well as electro house DJs and, every Wednesday at 8.30pm, improv theatre skits […]

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Le Baron

Le Baron (6 Avenue Marceau, Paris) (Metro: Alma-Marceau) — open since 2005 and established in a former high-end brothel, it‘s now a popular hangout for stars and Parisian hipsters. As expected, it‘s small, cozy and hard to get into most of the time. Definitely the “in” place to go. Rock concert at 11pm every Monday […]

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La Pachanga

La Pachanga (8 rue Vandamme, Paris)(Metro: Gaité) – this nightspot opens at 7 PM in a cheerfully festive salsa atmosphere. Patrons can enjoy Mojitos, Fajitas and other Latin dishes, and the dance floor — with salsa lessons included in the entrance free. If you want to spend an unforgettable evening, if you have always dreamt […]

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La Manufacture

La Manufacture (42 rue Rochechauart, Paris)(Metro: Poissonnière, Cadet, Anvers) – this is a local bar dedicated to playing different tendencies of rock music – from the 1960s & 1970s (The Doors, Deep Purple, The Who) to 1980s Heavy Metal (Van Halen, Black Sabbath) and 1990s Grunge (Nirvana, Pearl Jam).

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