Party Earth Review Yono is an elegant, well-designed restaurant and bar on the busy Rue Vieille-du-Temple in the heart of the Marais. Stepping in from the bustle of the road, patrons encounter a spacious interior of cool stone, intricate mosaics of colored tiles, and soaring ceilings that give the space a breezy and welcoming atmosphere ... more
37 Rue Vieille-du-Temple
Party Earth Review Instantly recognizable by its enormous red marquee, the legendary dance den Le Folie’s Pigalle offers a crazed late-night festival of trance and hardcore techno, lots of go-go girls, striptease shows, and even a tranny night. The club itself is a bare metal-framed concert venue, but the barrage of loud music, disco lights ... more
11 Place Pigalle
Party Earth Review Guests would be hard-pressed not to have a fabulous time at Le Queen, an exuberant club and Paris institution that brings in a primarily gay clientele looking to let loose, stay out late, and dance, dance, dance. Once flamboyant revelers make their way past the purple neon sign, they’ll find themselves on a balcony overlooking ... more
Okay, back when they called it “Gay Paree,” it meant something completely different. Luckily, the gay scene in Paris lives up to the old moniker. Gay clubs in Paris can be opulent, decadent affairs that cater not only to boys who love boys and girls who love girls but also everyone who just wants to party with the best. It’s undeniable that Paris gay clubs have style, class, and that special Parisian panache.
Over-the top scenes can be found at clubs like the legendary Les Folies de Pigalle, instantly recognizable by its enormous red marquee. Here, gay and straight alike enter a crazed late-night festival of trance and hardcore techno, lots of go-go girls, striptease shows, and even a tranny night. The barrage of loud music, disco lights, and smoke makes guests feel like they've entered another world. Nobody in the diverse crowd ever seems to want it to end, whether they’re hot girls, hot guys, hot guys dressed as hot girls, or anyone else looking to leave their inhibitions at the door and throw on a pair of dancing shoes.
With a similarly diverse crowd, Le Queen lets its crazy patrons dance into the night. The music and movement keep going all night long as DJs pump up an already enthusiastic crowd with techno and hip-hop, prompting even the humble set to put on their dancing shoes and join regulars for a dance-off on the two small stages in the middle of the floor.