This article was written by Jen Cassamajor.
Ok, winter seems to have made its official comeback but that doesn’t mean our nights can’t be hot ! Between fondues and family dinners, there’s always room for a night out ! Everytime the two same questions pop up : What am I gonna wear and Where to go ? Well, as for the first question, a look at Twin Flame’s sexy pieces might help. And as we always got your back, we’ve listed our favorite bars and clubs to have the best night out this weekend. Meet you at the bar ?
La Casbah, to party all night long
One of our favorite places in Paris. La Casbah checks all the boxes : an intimate oriental restaurant - every Wednesday it’s couscous night ! - a cocktail bar and a club. Let’s be honest though, it’s with that third part that the place has truly won our heart. We love to end the night downstairs on the dance floor. If you’re looking for a place where you can party all night long surrounded by stylish people, La Casbah is exactly what you need !
La Casbah (Dancing) - Thursday-Saturday from 11pm to 5am
20 Rue de la Forge Royale, 75011 Paris
The Silencio, to feel like a VIP
The Silencio will not only guarantee you a good night but also a great anecdote for your next dinner party as the place was designed by the one and only David Lynch. The famous director has created an intimate atmosphere that we haven’t been able to find anywhere else yet. This exclusive place offers an incredible program, from DJ sets to experimental film projections, and often invites famous artists. The latest to have performed in the mythical club ? Skepta, La Femme or even Khelani.
Silencio - Thursday-Saturday, from 11pm to 5am
142 Rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris
Le Carmen, to party in an historical Parisian decor
Le Carmen is a classic but we will never get tired of the beauty of that place. It used to be the house of Georges Bizet, a French composer and is now a listed historical monument. It is just one of those places that will always have that wow effect. The red velvet furniture, the moldings, the light… Le Carmen is the typical Parisian hôtel particulier, only with hip hop music and a little more drinks ! Your Instagram feed will thank us later !
Le Carmen - Tuesday-Saturday from midnight to 6am
34 Rue Duperré, 75009 Paris
Le Serpent à Plume, to sip on delicious cocktails in a 70s vibe
Looking for a nice cocktail bar to start the night ? With its central location, on Place des Vosges, its offset 70’s decor imagined by Vincent Darré - who said green velvet and Aztec sculpture couldn’t get along ? - and its original cocktails, Le Serpent à Plume has everything you can ask for. A nice speakeasy to start the night catching up with your friends before heading to the club !
Serpent à Plume - Tuesday and Wednesday from 5pm to 1am, Thursday and Friday from 5pm to 2am, Saturday from 10am to 2am, Sunday from 10am to 1am. 24 Place des Vosges, 75003 Paris
Bonnie, to warm up while admiring an amazing view
Bonnie only opened a few months ago but it is already an essential in the Parisian landscape. Located on the last floor of the SO/ hotel, the restaurant, bar and club is a love-at-first-sight kind of place. If its incredible view on the city is not enough for you, there’s no doubt its seventies-inspired decoration will seduce you. With its fire DJ sets, the club is a great warm up for when you’re planning on spending your night on the dancefloor.
Bonnie (Club) - Thursday-Saturday from 10:30pm to 3am.
10 Rue Agrippa d'Aubigné, 75004 Paris
Le Très Particulier, to feel like your most sophisticated self
This one might become your new go-to for a date night. Le Très Particulier is the bar of the Hôtel Particulier Montmartre. When entering that place - quite hidden - we immediately feel special and suddenly highly sophisticated. This probably has to do with the beautiful decor and the dim light but also the amazing cocktails. We particularly recommend this place if you’re feeling like treating someone (or yourself) on a special occasion.
Le Très Particulier - Everyday from 6pm to 2am.
Hôtel Particulier Montmartre, 23 Avenue Junot Pavillon D, 75018 Paris
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