Barrio Latino

Bar / Cigar Bar / Restaurant
Barrio Latino Stepping into the bar and restaurant Barrio Latino is like stepping into a grand Cuban mansion – minus the gun-toting madness of Pacino's Scarface. Paris France 48.8521891 2.3727517
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Barrio Latino - Bar | Cigar Bar | Restaurant in Paris.
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Party Earth Review Stepping into the bar and restaurant Barrio Latino is like stepping into a grand Cuban mansion – minus the gun-toting madness of Pacino’s Scarface. Four luxurious floors of open balconies and lavish décor are as much a... ... read full review

  • Hours:

    Su–Th 10am–2am, F–Sa 10am–3am

  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot
    • Night Spot

Party Earth Barrio Latino Review

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Stepping into the bar and restaurant Barrio Latino is like stepping into a grand Cuban mansion – minus the gun-toting madness of Pacino's Scarface.

Stepping into the bar and restaurant Barrio Latino is like stepping into a grand Cuban mansion – minus the gun-toting madness of Pacino’s Scarface.

Four luxurious floors of open balconies and lavish décor are as much a feast for the eyes as are all the beautiful people out on the dance floor, and first-time visitors are often left in awe of the classic elegance of the first-floor bar with its antique furniture and spectacular attention to detail.

No expense has been spared, which is obvious even to those on the outside gazing into the massive windows stocked with liquor and sparkling glassware.

Although Barrio is a perfect place to lounge during the day, it really comes alive on weekend nights when an exuberant crowd gathers to dance to house and Latin music.

An upscale restaurant on the second level overlooks the action below and serves Latin and South American cuisine with prix fixe lunches and dinners, as well as a full tapas menu.

Those who prefer the full Cuban vibe can make their way up to the third floor for mojitos and a cigar or, for the ultimate experience, climb to the top level and throw themselves into the lap of luxury in the VIP lounge, where two dining areas and an uber-chic bar await.

No matter which floor they spend their night, however, Barrio Latino is the perfect Parisian spot for glitzy guests to say hello to their little friends.

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Tip from Adriana:

Barrio Latino has tons of class and sophisticate guests – a great place to see and be seen. The line can be extremely long on the weekends, so get there early – and look fabulous, too, because the bouncers are selective.

  • Crowd

    Diverse mix of young moneyed types looking to let loose and older men with big wallets and a beautiful woman on each arm, 20s and 30s+.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Salsa dancing classes during the week.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Nuevo Latino cuisine.

  • Prices

    Lunch menus €15–€19, dinner menus €36+. Sunday brunch and weekend salsa classes €28. Beer €5.50–€8, wine €4, cocktails €10+/glass or €61/liter, mixed drinks €9.50.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Dressy.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Arrive around 10:30pm to avoid having to wait in line all night.

Barrio Latino User Reviews

Average rating:
New Year 2012
Aurelie H. Aug 2, 2013
Little history : at first, we were six friends who decided to party at Barrio Latino, for the 2011 New Year. At 22:00, we arrived in front of this club, but the Line was long. We haven't discouraged because we really wanted to discover this club-restaurant ! Unfortunately, my two buddies did flunk the entrance because they weren't enough well-dressed. Barrio Latino wants to be selective, class and trendy. Sorry for them, but with the girls, we got into for the party ! The place was very amazing. The club is built in floor. When we go there, there is immediately the bar and the dancefloor. The upper floors are devoted for the restaurant and VIP area. The atmosphere was unenlightened and spanish colours. To put me in the mood, I took an original mojito for 15 euros. It was expensive but, It was very good ! I appreciated the taste of menthol with rhum. About music, we danced on salsa songe, spanish music and commercial musics top. It was funny because I don't usually dance on salsa, but my spanish friend learnt to me some steps. There was a strong mixity on the dancefloor. So, we can meet different origins and type of people. The only drawback was the average of age. There were many more people of 30-40 years old than people of our age (20). To conclure, I remember the cocktails and the atmosphere of the 2012 New Year !
Lavish Latin Love
h a. Apr 25, 2013
A professional salsa teacher I know decided to take me here because he had heard good things. While he was disappointed by the lack of traditional salsa music and the overwhelming R&B influences, I couldn't have been more relieved! The soft amber lighting and mirrors, combined with enough mojitos, gave the seating areas a romantic and private vibe. The dancefloor, however, was devoted to bodies bumping and grinding both expertly and inexpertly. Situated on the groundfloor, partygoers from each of the 3 other upper floors could lean on the balcony and watch the crowd sway and salsa in time to the amped-up beat. As you ascend the ornate sets of stairs, you reach different levels of exclusivity. From 1 to 3 one can eat, seated on plush leather sofas or smoke in the bar room. Level 4 is reserved for VIPs. A Latin castle on the inside, entry only cost 15 €, covering your first drink and a whole night of sexy music designed to bring together handsome men and curvaceous women from every creed and age to dance the night away. Why not?
Awesome venue and music
Natalie M. Aug 23, 2012
This place is really pretty inside, very dark and gothic with big sweeping staircases and high ceilings. I was with a big group and we had a great time ordering flaming shots and the like, and the music was so much fun to dance to; it was all songs we knew but remixed to have salsa beats! The crowd was kind of old though so we mostly kept to ourselves, and we stayed so late we ended up having to take the night bus which was PACKED because they don't run very often... as in I had to basically hang from a safety bar because there were no seats. Worth it if you have the money for a cab back!
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