Party Earth Review Having catered to nobility, distinguished political figures, lavish industry tycoons, and pop stars over its ninety-year history, Café de Paris still retains much of its cachet. Its luxurious décor of velvet corridors... ... read full review
3-4 Coventry Street
London, W1D 6BL
Northern, Piccadilly Lines: Leicester Square; Bakerloo, Piccadilly Lines: Piccadilly Circus
020 7734 7700
F 6pm–3am, Sa 6pm–3am
Central London, London –
Having catered to nobility, distinguished political figures, lavish industry tycoons, and pop stars over its ninety-year history, Café de Paris still retains much of its cachet.
Its luxurious décor of velvet corridors, impressive chandeliers, and polished wood bars transports the stylish and flirty patrons to an era when stars like Frank Sinatra frequented the club.
Grand staircases with gold-trimmed banisters allow guests to make an entrance onto the circular dance floor, where DJs spin Ibizan club anthems and hip-hop hits that inspire the sultry clubbers to show their moves while seductive dancers pout and pose on the podiums.
Numerous VIP sections and several bars surround the main club room, while the VIP balcony provides a retreat where visitors can watch the action unravel below.
With a variety of performances throughout the night and outgoing dancers who greet clubbers waiting in line, Café de Paris knows how to throw a decadent party for its short-skirted and tight-shirted clientele.
Stylish clubbers, 20s and 30s.
DJs play house, pop, and R&B while dancers perform on stage. Fridays 7–10pm usually has dinner and a burlesque show. Saturdays 7–10pm typically features a dinner and a cabaret show.
A fusion of modern French and European cuisine served Saturdays 7–10pm.
Guest list cover charge £15 before midnight or £20 thereafter, £20 for non-guest list. Average dinner £60/person. Beer £4.50+, wine and cocktails £8+.
Smart casual. Dress code: jeans without holes are allowed, but no T-shirts.
Fridays or Saturdays around 11:30pm.