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.
This clandestine bar is perfect for a first rendez vous gallant or for a last drink (it closes at 4am on Friday and Saturday): small corners, blue velvet, offbeat atmosphere and an interesting cocktail menu.
Far from the hotel bar tradition, le Ritz Bar organizes electro-chic DJ sets on Friday and Saturday packed with international celebrities and a few happy others.
Open since october 2004, le Point Ephémère has kept to its ambition to be a centre of artistic creation and a cultural transmission vector: concerts, exhibitions…
Le Tigre has been taken over by a new artistic direction team. The same red velvet on the walls, the same antique sofas
from the beginning of the 20th century but the lineup has totally changed and is now dedicated to live rock and indie music.
Opened during fashion week 2009, this club is now the place to be, populated exclusively by models, artists, actors… Located in St Germain des Prés close to the Café de Flore. Inspired by Steve Rubell‘s Studio 54.
Parisian night hotspot, dark and cosy, with a secret coded room. Opened two year ago by Julien Labrousse, who also owns the famous Hotel du Nord, it has quickly become a hipster ghetto in the same model as Andre’s La …