Paris going out

Paris going out. Restaurants, pubs and nightlife

Typical French cafe in Paris. Nice street view!

Typical French cafe in Paris


Restaurant du Palais-Royal (French)
110 galerie Valois
Phone +33 (0) 1 40 20 00 27

Au Rocher de Cancale (French)
78 rue Montorgueil
Phone 42 33 50 29

Chez Léna et Mimille (International)
32 rue Tournefort
Phone +33 (0) 1 47 07 72 47

Curieux Spaghetti Bar
14 Rue Saint-Merri
Phone +33 (0) 1 42 72 75 97

Alcazar (French)
62, Rue Mazarine
Phone +33 (0) 1 53 10 19 99

Le Petit Zinc (French/Fish)
11, rue Saint Benoit
Phone +33 (0)1 42 86 61 00

Restaurant Georges (Fusion)
Place Georges Pompidou, 6th floor
Phone +33 (0)1 44 78 47 99

Restaurant La Gare (French)
19, Chaussée de la Muette
Phone +33 (0)1 42 15 15 31

Restaurant Ozu (Sushi)
5 Avenue Albert de Mun
Phone +33 (0) 1 40 69 23 90

Restaurant Sorza (Italian)
51, rue saint-louis-en-l’île
Phone +33 (0) 1 43 54 78 62

Le Comptoir (Moroccon)
37 Rue Berger
Phone +33 (0) 1 40 26 26 66


La Villette Enchantée
211 avenue Jean Jaurès, Paris

Chez Jeanette
47 rue du Fbg-St Denis, Paris

Andy Wahloo
69 rue des Gravilliers, Paris

Barrio Latino
46-48 rue du Faubourg St-Antoine, Paris

Les Deux Magots
170 blvd St-Germain, Paris

Café de Flore
172 blvd St-Germain, Paris

Kong Bar
1 R du Pont-Neuf, Paris

Moulin Rouge
82 blvd de Clichy, Paris

La Palette
43 rue de Seine, Paris

L’Autre Café
62 rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud, Paris


Buddha Bar
Subtly lit and lorded over by an enormous buddha, this temple-like establishment stays at the forefront of Paris cool. While folks come to indulge in the Asian-inspired cuisine, many take advantage of the ambience at the cocktail bar. Although meals and drinks can be pricey, the atmosphere is without compare. In addition, top DJs ably deliver mood-setting tunes. Address: 8-12, rue Boissy d’Anglas, Paris 75008

This funky club is set on a red lighthouse ship moored on the Seine. Trance, house and techno tunes are spun by international DJs into early hours, while in the evening patrons are treated to varied selection of live bands as well. The dance floor gets lots of action down below and there are several bars, including one on the quayside in summer. Address: facing 11, quai Francois Mauriac, Paris 75013

World Place
Having three celebrity owners (Johnny Depp, John Malkovich and Sean Penn) certainly helps maintain the buzz at this frequently-changing club. DJs and the occasional live act keep the music grooving.  Address: 32-34, rue Marbeuf, Paris 75008

Barrio Latino
Wrought-iron ceilings and velvet sofas greet an eclectic mix from students to office workers. Those who simply came for a drink may find themselves drawn onto the dance floor by its relaxed atmosphere. The Barrio Latino closes at 2am. Address: 46 Rue du Faubourg, St Antoine, Paris 75011

Les Bains
This hip, late-night dance club — which occupies space formerly devoted to Turkish baths — draws fashion models and international trendsetters. Great house, rock, and disco music typically set the scene, but you’ll also hear R&B, soul and other genres. Address: 7, rue du Bourg-l’Abbé, Paris 75003

Rex Club
Thanks to a host of top DJs (Laurent Garnier, Carl Cox) and a terrific sound system, patrons can expect to be inundated by thumping house and techno sounds.  Address: 5, bd Poissonnière, Bonne-Nouvelle, Paris 75002

Le Cab
Ultra-modern, techno-house emporium near the Louvre. Enormous beds and an all-white VIP square welcome beautiful people and trendy students alike. Address: 2 place du Palais Royal, Paris 75001

An interior created by the designer Philippe Starck. However, the views are its most seductive traits: of the Parisian skyline and the seemingly endless supply of model patrons. Address: 1 Rue du Pont-Neuf, Paris 75001

Elysée Montmartre
From salsa to reggae nights, the club offers top music events. Address: 72, bd Rochechouart, Paris 75018