Archive for the 'Nightlife & Parties' Category


Where’s the Burrito?

One of the things we’ve seen a bit of in Paris – which I think will become more prevalent – is bars focusing on a single spirit. A few years back Sherry Butt opened with a leaning towards whisky. And more recently there’s Mabel, the self proclaimed Cocktail Den and Rum Empire, as well as […]

7-Day Slosh

Paris Cocktail Week has just kicked off so I went out and got it all warmed up for you. In addition to specials in 35 bars across the city, PCW’s programme includes other goodies like special tastings, master classes, food fun and even a couple of PopUps in The Chamber. I started Saturday at the […]

Big Easy Cocktails

With a Parisian Belle Époque meets New Orleans’ Storyville vibe and named for one of NOLA’s notorious madams, Lulu White couldn’t have picked a better location than this neighborhood full of working girl bars and girlie-cum-cocktail bars. Pass through the discrete entrance located just next door to Dirty Dick and escape into an elegant, art nouveaux world with a […]

The Yule Log: Back to Its Roots

The fabulous Un Dimanche a Paris, a concept shop, restaurant, and bar all about chocolate has a new collection of Christmas cakes and Buche de Noel for 2014. Renewing an ancient tradition, Un Dimanche a Paris has gone back to the roots of the Buche de Noel, Un Noel en Foret (Christmas in the Forest) […]

Made in France!

Le Syndicat is the self-proclaimed “Organization in Defense of French Spirits” and, as such, focuses strictly on French ingredients. The concept of its creators, Sullivan Doh and Romain Le Mouellic, is to stock the bar with bottles of French Gins, Cognacs, Armagnac, and other ingredients hailing from l’Hexagone. This “Made in France” attitude carries through […]

Do Fries Go With That Shaken Martini?

Pasdeloup, which opened its doors a couple of months ago, is casually chic spot with some of the city’s best bar talent. That staff is thanks to Amanda Boucher, previously of Candelaria (which just took a spot on the worlds 50 top bars list – again). At Pasdeloup, she has created a menu of around […]

Halloween Costume Shopping

Parisians aren’t really into Halloween,  but what if you are invited to a costume party? Where will you find a costume? For those of you on the eastern half of Paris, you have the boutique Cotillon Moderne. They also sell online! In the 17th–metro Brochant–you have an address for a real costume shop. Smack dab in the center […]

What the King Heard

Every year the Festival Marin Marais, first held in 2006, celebrates the birthday of the musician and composer Marin Marais, who played in the court of Louis XIV, the Sun King, for 40 years. This year 18 Baroque concerts will be performed now throught November 9 at 3 different venues for a one-time price of […]

EDM in Paname

Rex Club is holy ground in Paris when it comes to electronic dance music. French DJ and producer Laurent Garnier founded this club in 1992. A lot of great names within the industry have found their way to this House music mecca. Rex Club delivers high quality electronic music with fabulous sound and is no […]

Crack-of-Dawn Rave

My former boss, the fashion designer Rick Owens, turned me onto the idea of waking early to slam an espresso and hit an after-hours club. How better for an dansomane d’un certain age to shake it out without the attendant hangover? A new breed of clubs is going even further to simply start first thing […]

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