Party Earth Review It’s the land down under by way of Paris at Café OZ Blanche, one of five Australian-themed bars in the OZ chain that cater to rowdy packs of expats and the locals who love them. Operating hours suggest owners forgot to reset the clocks after flying in from Sydney, but with its location on a heavily touristed stretch of ... more
1 Rue de Bruxelles
Reviewed by Tara R.
"My Take: London has Harrods, New York has Saks Fifth Avenue, and Paris has Le Bon Marché. Luckily, France’s oldest and best department store has been ..." more
24 rue de Sèvres
Party Earth Review Nestled on a corner between the Bastille and Oberkampf neighborhoods, the simple but attractive Café de l’Industrie is a classic bohemian hangout that attracts local artists and passing tourists alike. Antique rugs and eclectic details including a metallic rhinoceros head, vintage life preservers, and flea market paintings ... more
15–17, Rue Saint-Sabin
Party Earth Review Situated right by the Les Halles shopping center, L’Autobus Impérial is an elegant and welcoming bar and restaurant perfect for unwinding over cocktails after a day of shopping at Benetton and H&M. Intricate screens, crystal chandeliers, candelabra, and closely clustered café tables and tufted chairs give the place a slightly ... more
14 Rue Mondétour
Party Earth Review A stadium-sized sports bar and club, Le Players specializes in soccer matches and themed soirées for university students, but has enough TVs available to lure any fan of rugby, basketball, and even baseball. At three stories high, the venue can play host to close to one thousand revelers, from the massive dance floor ... more
161 Rue Montmartre
Party Earth Review Combining board games, drawing, and trivia with a selection of tasty cocktails – all named after cartoon characters – Le Zéro de Conduite (“Zero for Conduct”) is a quirky bar that doesn’t take anything very seriously. Not even drinking, seeing as patrons have to “sip” ... more
14 Rue Jacob
French Restaurant / Lounge
Reviewed by Jenna C.
"Placed along the infamous Champs-Élysées, Unisex is located, amongst many other bars and restaurants. Since Champs-Élysées is arguable one of the most ..." more
32 Avenue des Champs Élysées
Reviewed by Tara R.
"My Take: Brasseries abound by the Seine, where many a hoodwinked tourist is lured by their croque monsieurs, cafes, and coziness. Stereotypically Fren ..." more
3 Place de l'Alma
Party Earth Review Mille neuf cent soixante dix neuf – or 1979 for short – is a chic restaurant, bar, and club popular with a stylish clientele of hipsters and trendy young professionals. A sleek patio draws an after-work crowd looking to loosen their ties and kick back with a bottle of wine, while the eclectic interior offers plenty of space ... more
49 Rue Berger