Le Triton
  • 27
  • Feb
  • 2014

A little bit out of the citycentre but very interesting and cosy, is this little jazz club. They have excellent artists coming up.

Ticketprices are moderate ,as are the drinks. They have also a restaurant but we couldn’t get in.

When you come out of the metro, it takes some minutes to walk to the venue.

Le Triton, 11 Bis Rue du Coq Français, 93260 Lilas (Les), tel.+33 1 49 72 83 13, M° Marie des lilas (line 11).

La Conserverie
  • 22
  • Feb
  • 2014

When you are in the mood to hear good music, have a nice coctail, a great nibble , then La Conserverie is your place to go.

The ambiance is hip, the atmosphere is great fun. It has a warm decoration.

We had a nice evening (we could not reserve anymore because everything was full, but they told us to try at the door, and so we did). The waiters and mixologists are very professional and friendly.

La Conserverie, 37 bis Rue du Sentier, 75002 Paris, tel, M° Bonne Nouvelle / Sentier



Dirty Dick
  • 06
  • Sep
  • 2013

A cocktailbar with a Polynesian theme where you can sit in the couch of Emmanuelle while sipping classical cocktails.

The boys behind the bar a busy shaking in their Hawaïn shirt, don’t worry, it still stays in a way classy.

The place is a former hostess-bar (cfr the name), and you still can feel the ambiance.

Dirty Dick, 10, Rue Frochot, 75009 Paris, M° Pigalle




Bar Hôtel Lutetia
  • 07
  • May
  • 2012

A vertitable architectural and historic gem of the city, it was built in 1910, the first Art Déco hotel in Paris, decorated in the colors red and gold.

The bar lounge is both the heart and soul of the hotel. Every evening, starting at 7 p.m., the Lutetia’s bar is transformed into a piano bar, where French jazz singers regularly perform. The renowned Lute-Jazz nights in the bar, however, start at 10:15 p.m., from Wednesday through Saturday. The friendly, discrete staff will attend to you at lunch, tea time or happy hour in a welcoming atmosphere.

Bar Hôtel Lutetia, 45, boulevard Raspail,  75006 Paris