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You've decided where to go; now it's time to decide where to mix and mingle.
When the sun goes down is when things really heat up. From rooftop lounges to underground clubs, here's a look at the best nightlife Paris has to offer.
Buddha Bar is a relaxing space for a night of dinner, drinks, and dancing. The mezzanine is wrapped in 18th-century wrought-iron fixtures, amber lighting, and luxurious red and gold fabrics.read more
American filmmaker and creator of Club Silencio David Lynch is known stateside for his surrealist and often mystifying style of cinema, and that theme continues here at his first club.read more
Kong, as a destination, is incredibly unique. Images of smoking geishas are found in some rooms, or there is a very Colonial-looking room you can end up in as well.read more
Le Baron is a private nightclub which opened its doors in 2004 and has since become one of the most popular after-dark addresses in Paris.read more
Le Cabaret, or simply Cab, is a huge club in Paris near the Palais Royal that attracts fashion designers, their models, and various celebrities every weekend.read more
Lido is like a like bit of Las Vegas in the City of Lights. Nightly shows and performances have been dazzling the crowds here for decades, often counting celebrities among the members.read more
Madam is one of the more exclusive clubs in Paris, but that doesn't mean it's not worth trying.read more
Rex Club offers lots of dancing to the sounds of electro and house music DJs, as well as some small booths along the edges for socializing and lounging.read more
Having three celebrity owners (Johnny Depp, John Malkovich and Sean Penn) certainly helps maintain the buzz at this frequently-changing club, no matter what the current incarnation. Attractive patrons nibble on Mediterranean fare...read more
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