Everyone has already heard of the famous Parisian nights, but not everyone can say that they really know them. Paris is full of places to party: clubs, cabarets, many themed bars, and even restaurants. It can be difficult to find your bearings with all these addresses, and that is why France Hotel Guide has produced a list for you of 12 of the best restaurants with a festive atmosphere in Paris – the perfect list to party all night long!
1. Bel Canto
A lyrical dinner awaits you at Bel Canto: four young lyrical singers – dressed as waiters and waitresses so that they won’t be noticed – accompanied by a piano – sing extracts from the greatest airs (Carmen, Don Giovanni, The Magic Flute, etc.) every fifteen minutes, as a quartet, a duet, or solo. For a group of 11 people or more, the restaurant has special menus, and it can even be privatised for your special events (up to 170 people).
Lyrical menu starter/main course/dessert from €85.
72 Quai de l’Hôtel de Ville 75017 Paris
Open daily from 7:30pm.
6 Rue du Commandant Pilot, 92200, Neuilly-sur-Seine.
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 7:30pm.
2. Le Réservoir
Le Réservoir is a restaurant, a concert hall, and a club all in one. The program (available on the website) is very eclectic: there are funk concerts as well as hip-hop or soul music. You can go there on Saturdays and Sundays to have a “jazz brunch” and enjoy a concert and an all-you-can-eat buffet for €28 per person.
Main courses between €20 and €30.
16 Rue de la Forge Royale 75011 Paris
Open Monday to Thursday from 10am to 2am, on Friday from 8pm to 5am, on Saturday from 11:30am to 5pm and from 8pm to 5am, and on Sunday from 11:30am to 5pm.
www.reservoirclub.com (webpage in French)
3. La Baraque
After relishing your meal in the baroque dining room of La Baraque, enjoy the lounge room downstairs to dance and drink cocktails. The retro music will undoubtedly fulfil you, as well as the local cuisine.
Lunch formula between €11.50 and €19.50.
102 Rue de Charonne 75011 Paris
Open Monday to Wednesday from 10am to 6pm, on Friday from 10am to 5am, and on Saturday from 6pm to 5am.
www.labaraque.com (webpage in French)
4. La Casbah
The traditional Moroccan cuisine of the Casbah will be a delight for your taste buds, especially the homemade oriental pastries – we recommend you taste the baklava, which is the house’s specialty. A show is produced by oriental dancers in this atmosphere worthy of The 1001 Arabian Nights, and on Fridays and Saturdays from 11:30pm you will have access to the Casbah Club where you will be able to sway your hips until dawn. The restaurant and the club can be privatised for your personal event – information is available on the website.
18-20 Rue de la Forge Royale 75011 Paris
Open Monday to Thursday and on Sunday from 7:30pm to 2am, and on Friday and Saturday from 7:30pm to 5am.
https://lacasbah.paris/ (webpage in French)
5. La Bellevilloise / La Halle aux Oliviers
The Bellevilloise was the first Parisian co-op. It was created in 1877, after Paris Commune, in order to allow lower-class people to access culture and political education. Nowadays, you can go there to listen to concerts, see an exhibition or a show, etc. in its different rooms. La Halle aux Oliviers, the orchard-looking restaurant of this facility, changes its menu according to the season. On weekdays, groups play their music in there, and on Sundays you can have a “jazz brunch” for €29 (€13 for children). For an even more festive atmosphere, you can go to the adjoining room “Le Club”, where more concerts and shows are organised, as well as parties.
€8 to €58 à la carte, group menus (minimum 15 people) for €34 or €40.
19-21 Rue Boyer 75020 Paris
Restaurant open on Wednesday and Thursday from 7pm to 1am, Friday and Saturday from 7pm to 2am, and on Sunday (brunch only) from 11:30am to 2pm.
6. Le Café du Châtelet
You will enjoy this place for its modern brasserie decoration, its homemade pizzas, tapas, cocktails and beers, its heated terrasse during the winter and, most of all, for its karaoke nights organised every Friday and Saturday from 9pm – or by reservation during the week.
Main courses for €15.
8 Rue Saint-Denis 75001 Paris
Open on Monday from 7am to 1am, Tuesday to Friday from 7am to 2am, on Saturday from 7:30am to 2am, and on Sunday from 9:30am to 2am.
www.cafeduchatelet.fr (webpage in French)
7. The Hollywood Savoy
Even if traditional French cuisine is not what you like best, you will be absolutely enchanted by the Hollywood Savoy due to its international pop-rock concerts (program available on the website) and its dancefloor.
Menus between €60 and €118, à la carte courses between €15 and €30.
44 Rue Notre Dame des Victoires 75002 Paris
Open Monday to Friday from 11:30am to 3:30pm and from 6pm to 2am, and on Saturday from 6pm to 2am.
For more ideas of places to go out, read our article 35 Places To Go Out at Night in Paris, and for an even more festive night, maybe you will be interested in The 6 most famous Traditional and Legendary Cabarets of Paris.
Mona knows Paris like the back of her hand. Its bars, its restaurants and above all, its hotels, whether you want to sleep, eat, party or just take a walk in Paris, Mona knows them (nearly) all. Follow her lead, she will gladly give you all her good tips!