Selection of Clubs in Paris
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It’s official: Pigalle is mainstream. It’s full of places that are trying too hard to be cool and are packed with business school students (le Bus Palladium, Pigallion, le Dandy…), rent in Saint Georges has grown too expensive for starving hipsters, and worst of all… Scarfood is closed!
After showering you with glitzy soirées at Le Baron, providing you with a prime pre-mating setting at Hôtel Amour and nourishing you with Bentos at Nanashi, La Clique is now unleashing Le Fantôme, for your paranormal pleasure.
And out of the norm it is because if by chance, you end up strolling down the rue de Paradis and find your curiosity aroused by the nondescript entrance to a place that exudes an 80s-style ambiance counteracted with futuristic déco, you will be pleasantly surprised to discover what lies inside.
A few months after the opening of Wanderlust on the terrace of la Cité de la Mode by the guys from Social Club, the guys from le Baron are taking over the rooftop. As usual, they’ve come up with a great concept: mixing an old school guinguette style party with ethnic decor and organic food from the Belgians at la Frite, all with music by le Baron’s resident DJs. How cool is it to have an organic burger in a jungle style rooftop while listening to 80′s tunes? Don’t really know, but we can expect hotter and older girls than at Wanderlust…. when it’s not raining.
So you’re going to stay in Paris for the full month of August because you wasted all your money on booze and clothes this year and can’t even afford a train ticket to Brittany. No biggie, there will still be one party on Friday nights: a pop up club on the river just in front of the Eiffel Tower opened by Marc Antoine Surand, a guy who worked at this past winter’s pop up (Cointreau Privé) and gave an electronic twist at le Regine back in the days. So come grab a drink and meet the other Parisians stuck in Paris this summer.
This summer, Savoir Faire, the guys behind my favorite place to meet teens (le Social Club), my favorite place to meet hotties working in fashion (le Silencio), and a label that made Lana Del Rey cool (Bromance) are taking over the terrace to host parties!
Named after the club in the cult movie Mulholland Drive, this place is run by Savoir Faire (DJ booking agency and the team in charge of the teen electro club Social Club) with the design by legendary director David Lynch.