Lily R.

Lily R.

Paris, France

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Mar 26, 2013
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Café / Bar
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Pub / British Restaurant / Bar
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Mar 9, 2013
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Café / Brasserie
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Club
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Feb 27, 2013
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Hotel Bar / Restaurant
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Feb 22, 2013
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Cocktail Bar / Lounge / Restaurant
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Jan 15, 2013
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Gay Club
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Club / Lounge
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Recent Reviews and Comments

  • Le Kléber

    Paris
    Café / Bar
    Le Kléber - Café | Bar in Paris.
    Mar 26, 2013 Chill Parisian Vibe "My Take: Le Kléber is one of those classic Parisian brasseries which is simply very authentic, local, and good! I love the laid back vibe and friendly atmosphere. The decor has a somewhat art nouveau feel, which is unique and very alluring. I love going to Le Kléber to catch up with friends over some wine and a snack, because the venue feels very Parisian and modestly cool. The Scene: A lot of young Parisians frequent Le Kléber for drinks and conversation with friends, while a somewhat older crowd goes for dinner. The vibe is very warm and comfortable; friends and couples are all engaged in conversation. Inside, the checkered dining room floor combined with wooden walls and hanging lights makes for a very interesting decor, while maintaining the French feel. Cocktails & Cuisine: Le Kléber has a relatively big cocktail menu; also, needless to say about a French brasserie, plenty of wine! The traditional French cuisine here is also very popular with the locals, which says a lot about the quality and taste! Prices: The prices are pretty inexpensive for the area; a large glass of wine (25 cl) goes for 7 euros, cocktails for 8 euros, and dinner at around 25 per person. What to Wear: Even though it’s a very casual feel, the clientele dresses with a hint of chic; an added scarf, statement necklace, just something to spice up their outfits. Even though it’s not required to dress nicely, sweatshirts aren’t common here either, so try to find a combination of comfortable yet stylish! Insider Info/When to go: On Thursdays, a live jazz band plays, which is sure to be a fun night! " hide
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  • Café de la Paix

    Paris
    Café / Historic Restaurant
    Café de la Paix - Café | Historic Restaurant in Paris.
    Mar 26, 2013 One Of The Most Iconic Parisian Spots! "My Take: Café de la Paix has an unbeatable history; when it opened in the late 1800s, famous clients, such as Emile Zola and Guy de Maupassant, would attend for pre and post opera dinners and drinks. Anyone from princes to famous artists has sat at the cafe, which gives it a predisposed allure and special feel. Once inside, it’s hard to concentrate on anything except the mesmerizing decor; until the food comes! It’s truly an unforgettable experience to be in the Café de la Paix, because it feels so historical and stunning in all aspects of the restaurant. The Scene: Café de la Paix is a hard restaurant in Paris to put into words; the decor is stunning, the food is incredible, and the overall atmosphere is beyond special and alluring. Walking into Café de la Paix is like walking into a French palace; moldings and paintings cover the walls and the subdued lighting creates a warm and intimate feel. The clients are mostly international businessmen, and due to the prices, it tends to be an older crowd. However, a younger crowd frequents the cafe for coffee, especially when the terrace is open in the warm weather. Cocktails & Cuisine: The food here is among the best in Paris, with a large menu of traditional French dishes served to perfection. From traditional to innovative, their menu fully embodies French cuisine at its finest! They also offer a wide variety of cocktails and liqueurs, which can be ordered at the beautiful bar or with dinner. Prices: Being one of the greatest restaurants in Paris doesn’t come at a small price; Café de la Paix is probably also one of the most expensive restaurants in Paris- a dinner could cost a small fortune! It costs about 8 euros for a coffee, which is crazy, but worth it for spending some time in the restaurant. What to Wear: Although it’s not a trendy spot per se, Cafe de la Paix almost demands the dress code itself through the decor and prestige. Sneakers and sweatshirts are definitely not allowed, but a smart casual outfit would be fine. It would probably be very wise to throw on a jacket or dress and some nice shoes. Insider Info/When to go: The café is open every day for breakfast lunch and dinner, and the vibe changes as the crowd does. Everything is equally stunning, and it’s worth going at any time! " hide
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  • Frog XVI

    Paris
    Pub / British Restaurant / Bar
    Frog XVI - Pub | British Restaurant | Bar in Paris.
    Mar 26, 2013 Classic American Sports Bar "My Take: I really enjoy going to Frog XVI for a night of laid back fun with a group of friends. Even though it’s easy to converse with friends, it’s still usually crowded with a lot of outgoing, international people! It’s also in a great location, which makes it easily accessible for a drink or two. Even though it’s a cool sports bar, I wouldn’t say it’s anything too special, but it’s definitely a fun place to chill. The Scene: Being one of the many “Frog” bars opened in Paris, Frog XVI has a personality of its own as the quintessential sports bar. TVs line the walls, the decor is somewhat modern yet maintains the “sports bar” feel; there’s also a unique atmospheric combination of rowdiness and mellow conversations between the clients. Downstairs, there are lots of tables and a quieter feel where people can eat or chat! On Thursdays, the bar is especially crowded with the “after work” crowd; it’s packed! However, the bartenders are still quick to serve customers despite the amount of people, which is hard to find. Frog XVI is a quick escape from the typical bar scene in Paris, bringing some American rowdiness to its venue (which happens to be right next to the Eiffel Tower). Cocktails & Cuisine: Frog XVI has a pretty typical American sports bar menu; wings, sandwiches, and lots of small plates. They also serve “Rocket Bagels”; spicy bagel sandwiches, which is a must-have (not only is it hard to find bagels in Paris, but it’s probably impossible to find another Rocket Bagel)! They have a wide selection of beer and cocktails, which they make pretty well. They even have their own beer, the Frog Natural Blonde! Prices: This isn’t one of the cheapest bars in Paris, however the prices are pretty moderate and not unexpected. Cocktails and beers are under 10 Euros (except the large cocktails, which are 16). Dinner is probably about 20-25 Euros per person. What to Wear: Anything goes- from sweatshirts to dresses. A lot of pre-clubbers come to Frog, so you’ll see heels next to another guy’s sneakers; whatever works! Insider Info/When to go: Every weeknight, Happy Hour is happening from 5:30-8:00- in addition, every Wednesday night the bar offers Happy Hour prices for a pint of beer. On Thursdays, they have “Speed English” night, where they boast that you’ll be able to learn English “in under a minute”. On Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays a DJ plays for a more upbeat atmosphere. " hide
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