Party Earth Review Not many club-goers dare to venture east of Montmartre, but those who do will discover La Bellevilloise, a large multilevel event space featuring a café and market that caters to foodies and young professionals out enjoying... ... read full review
21 Rue Boyer
Line 3: Gambetta
01 46 36 07 07
General: Tu–F 7:30pm–2am, Sa 11am–2am, Su 11am–midnight
Summer and Terrace: Tu–Th 6–11pm, F 6pm–midnight, Sa 11:30am–midnight, Su 11:30am–10:30pm
Market: Sa 11am–1pm
20eme, Paris –
Not many club-goers dare to venture east of Montmartre, but those who do will discover La Bellevilloise, a large multilevel event space featuring a café and market that caters to foodies and young professionals out enjoying the sunny weather by day, and a party room that brings in hip bohemians for music and dancing by night.
Built in 1877 as a co-op and political and cultural center, the space was renovated in 2005 to host media events, art shows, film screenings, and meetings for the surrounding French Moroccan and Algerian community.
While the Saturday morning's organic market is a big draw, the main focus of the complex is La Halle Aux Oliviers, a beautiful café popular for weekend brunches.
Abundant seating and a gorgeous iron and glass ceiling filled with olive trees welcome guests in the main dining room, while the rooftop terrace provides umbrella-covered deck tables and a relaxing atmosphere perfect for summertime refreshments.
Those looking for nighttime action can check out the basement projection room and dance floor, where concerts and 80s nights are held for a lively and unpredictable crowd of bohemians and Belleville locals.
It may be off the beaten path for most, but those who decide to make the trek to La Bellevilloise are in store for a one-of-a-kind Parisian experience.
Bohemians in their late 20s and 30s for the dance club, and artists, students, and bobos of all ages for the café.
Over four hundred events a year including electronic and world music concerts, film festivals, art openings, and cross-medium collaborative parties. Occasional theme parties including 80s dance nights on summer Fridays.
Soul Cook Wednesdays with food inspired by the onstage artists, and live jazz at Sunday brunch. Organic market on Saturdays.
Weekday café menu emphasizes Moroccan flavors. Sunday brunch features a classic French menu of breads, salads, and meat dishes. Catering available.
Cover charge €10–€15 for events. Café menu €6.50–€21, full brunch €29, child’s brunch €13. Beer €3+, wine €3+, cocktails €6–€12.
Event specific, but generally casual, bohemian, vintage finds, and jeans.
Summer Sundays for brunch and Saturdays for the organic market. Otherwise, depends on event, though Saturday and Sunday nights usually draw the largest crowds.
La Maroquinerie (23 Rue Boyer) is a nearby club that offers live music.