Paris nightlife, Paris bars, Paris night, Paris disco
Paris nightlife, Paris bars, Paris night, Paris disco

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The nightlife in Paris features more dance spots with flashy interiors and isn’t as pub/bar-oriented as most European cities. Still, there are lots of places to drink in Paris. Whether it be a quiet glass of wine by a table along the street, a foamy brew at a pub, or dancing at a pulse-quickening night club, there’s something for everyone.

Le Moloko
This is for the young, boisterous types. This modern hotspot has clientele to match and boasts a jukebox of 1200+ selections. Enjoy a drink or groove to the music – or do both. 26 rue Fontaine, Paris; METRO: Blanche

Man Ray
This spot features Asian-inspired décor and enjoys the perennial buzz of having three celebrity owners: Sean Penn, John Malkovich and Johnny Depp. It’s best to grab a seat in the mezzanine bar, as it’s generally the center of all the action. On weekdays, it features jazz before opening the floor to late-night DJs. On the weekends, it’s dance-only. 34 rue Marbeuf, Paris; METRO: Franklin D. Roosevelt

Le Doobie’s
Tennis player Yannick Noah designed the interior of this trendy club, which is a great place for brunch and lunch. At night, it’s ideal for a drink – not too loud, but not too quiet, either. 2 rue Robert-Estienne; Paris METRO: Franklin D. Roosevelt

Nightlife Web Guide

Last Minute
This travel site provides a great overview of the scene, as well as recommending some of the city’s best, non-touristy spots.

Paris Capitale
Features reviews of over a hundred of the best bars and clubs in Paris.

The travel website describes the city’s nightlife scene, from the performing arts to the club and music scene. They also provide a list of their recommended nightspots.

A direct competitor to Frommer’s, this site provides their own overview of the scene, providing this list as well as  Fodor’s Choice.

10 Best
This site summarizes the city’s best in five different categories: bars, dance clubs, editor’s picks, jazz clubs and rock & blues music.

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