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You haven't seen the City of Lights until you've seen the city at night. Throngs pour into popular streets, filling the air with the melody of engaged conversation and clinking glasses. This is when locals let down their hair and reveal their true bonhomie, laughing and dancing, flirting and talking. Parisians love to savor life together: they dine out, drink endless espressos, offer innumerable toasts, and are often so reluctant to separate that they party all night.

Parisians go out weekends and weeknights, late and early. They tend to frequent the same places once they've found spots they like: it could be a wine bar, a corner café, a hip music club, or, more and more, a chic cocktail bar in an out-of-the-way neighborhood. A wise way to spend an evening is to pick an area in a neighborhood that interests you, then give yourself time to browse. Parisians also love to bar-hop, and the energy shifts throughout the evening, so be prepared to follow the crowds.

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  • 1. Ballroom du Beef Club

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Unmarked black door, basement setting, pressed-tin ceilings, atmospheric lighting—did someone say "speakeasy"? All this and luscious libations...Read More

  • 2. Experimental Cocktail Club

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Fashioned as a speakeasy on a tiny brick-paved street, the Experimental Cocktail Club seems like it should be lighted by gas lamps. The show...Read More

  • 3. Banana Café

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    This place draws a trendy, scantily clad mixed crowd and offers show tunes in the cellar, where dancing on tables is the norm. A very happy...Read More

  • 4. Bar 228

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Hôtel Meurice converted its ground-floor Fontainebleau library into the intimate Bar 228, with wood paneling and huge murals depicting the royal...Read More

  • 5. Bar 8

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Ever since the monolithic marble bar at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel opened its doors, it has been the "in" game in town. There's an extensive...Read More

  • 6. Chacha Club

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Behind a nondescript facade you'll find a 1930s-style bar-club-restaurant arranged like a private home, with a series of rooms on three floors...Read More

  • 7. Duc des Lombards

    Louvre | Music Clubs

    Located in a famously bopping neighborhood, the Duc's cozy interior and top-class jazz acts make it one of the city's most popular small venues...Read More

  • 8. Hôtel Costes

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Despite years on the scene, Hôtel Costes still draws big names—and not just during fashion weeks. Expect to cross paths with anyone from Rihanna...Read More

  • 9. Jefrey's

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    A custom-DJ'd music track, enticing love seats, and inventive cocktails make this an easy choice for an intimate evening in sophisticated...Read More

  • 10. Kong

    Louvre | Dance Clubs

    This club is glorious not only for its panoramic skyline views but also for its exquisite manga-inspired decor and kooky, disco-ball-and-kid...Read More

  • 11. L'Assaggio Bar

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    At this bar, in Chanel's old neighborhood, you can order tea and macarons until midnight—in addition to cocktails. ...Read More

  • 12. Le Café Noir

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Parisians from bobos (bourgeois-bohemians) to pompiers (firefighters) are lured to Le Café Noir's elegantly worn digs. In addition to cool...Read More

  • 13. Le Dépôt

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    A cruising bar and club, Le Dépôt has the largest back room in Europe. The ever-popular Gay Tea Dance spices up Sunday afternoon. ...Read More

  • 14. Le Duplex

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Young tortured-artist types flock here to enjoy the frequent art exhibitions, alternative music, and mood-inspiring ambient lighting. ...Read More

  • 15. Le Fumoir

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Fashionable neighborhood gallery owners and young professionals meet for late-afternoon wine, early-evening cocktails, or dinner at this oh...Read More

  • 16. Le Sunset-Sunside

    Louvre | Music Clubs

    This two-part club hosts French and American jazz musicians: the Sunside upstairs is devoted mostly to acoustic jazz, while the Sunset downstairs...Read More

  • 17. The Hemingway Bar & the Ritz Bar

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Literature lovers, cocktail connoisseurs, and other drink-swilling devotees still flock to the iconic Hemingway Bar & the Ritz Bar inside...Read More

  • 18. VIP Room

    Louvre | Dance Clubs

    Although it's no longer on the Champs-Élysées, this temple of bling still attracts hot DJs, beautiful people, and yes, VIPs. Check the website...Read More

  • 19. Club 18

    Louvre | Dance Clubs

    This elegant spot (the oldest gay club in Paris) takes gay pride to the heart of the Louvre district on the weekends. Club 18 boasts a well...Read More

  • 20. Le Bar O d'Ora Ïto

    Louvre | Bars/Pubs

    Slip into a sinuous banquette at Hôtel Odyssey's intimate, stylish bar while you still can. It's an undiscovered gem, ideal for savoring a choice...Read More

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