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. Au Lapin Agile


    An authentic survivor from the 19th century, Au Lapin Agile considers itself the doyen of cabarets. Founded in 1860, it inhabits the same modest house...Read More

  • 2. Crazy Horse


    This world-renowned cabaret has elevated the striptease to an art form. Founded in 1951, it's famous for gorgeous dancers and naughty routines characterized by lots...Read More

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  • 3. Chez Michou


    Although the always-decked-out-in-blue owner, Michou, passed away in early 2020, the over-the-top show dances on. It features performers on stage in extravagant drag, with high...Read More

  • 4. Lido


    The legendary Lido now adds a modern-day dose of awe-inspiring stage design to the cabaret’s trademark style. The 100-minute productions—still featuring those beloved Bluebell Girls...Read More

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  • 5. Moulin Rouge

    Montmartre | Cabaret

    When it opened in 1889, the Moulin Rouge lured Parisians of all social stripes—including, of course, the famous Toulouse-Lautrec, who immortalized...Read More

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  • 6. Paradis Latin

    Latin Quarter

    Occupying a building that's attributed to Gustav Eiffel, Paradis Latin peppers its quirky show with acrobatics and eye-popping lighting effects, making this the liveliest and...Read More

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  • 7. Le Limonaire

    Grands Boulevards | Cabaret

    This old-world-style wine-and- chanson bistro oozes Parisian charm. It serves food until 10 pm Tuesday through Sunday before giving way to...Read More

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