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Only two blocks from Budapest's opera and theater district, Piaf is one of the city's most interesting late-night clubs, with red-velvety decor, a smokey piano bar, and a small dance floor underground. There is an Edith Piaf nostalgia singer who usually performs between 12:30 am and 1 am, but locals will tell you the party only really gets going after 2 am, with dancing to a mix of current latino beats and '80s hits. Watch for the small, sometimes unlit red "Piaf[" sign above the entrance. You may have to ring the doorbell to get in. The entrance fee includes the first drink. Piaf is open from about 10 pm to 7 am.
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