Bar du COSTES

 

Also known as the Chinese Salon, the Bar du Costes has had a spotless reputation for 20 years now. The neo-Baroque decoration by Jacques Garcia and the clientele, a blend of anonymous people, celebrities and a handful of tourists make for a simultaneously muffled and festive atmosphere. A place to both have low-key cocktail evenings with friends and dance to DJ sets.

 

 

05.00 p.m – 02.00 a.m

sets DJ de 09.00 p.m – Midnight every days

7.00 p.m – 03.00 a.m à 3h Thursday thru Saturday

 

HOTEL COSTES

239 rue Saint-Honoré
75001 Paris
+33 1 42 44 50 00

BAR HEMINGWAY

 

You are entering a legendary place which name owes nothing to chance as Hemingway was a regular there. Head bartender Colin Field enjoys global fame for his cocktails. But the reason why we keep coming is because of the intimate atmosphere, to be savoured early in the evening as well as when the night ends.

 

 

 

 

06.00 p.m –  02.00 a.m

RITZ Paris

15 Place Vendôme, 75001 Paris

CASTOR CLUB

 

A blink and you’ll miss it entrance door makes the Castor Club feel like a speakeasy which attracts night owls with a love for true cocktails and beautiful alcohols. It is a place where you will sway a little bit during sets while sipping delicious beverages after arriving quietly in the middle of the night like a true germanopratine….A beautiful venue, to be shared only with close friends.

 

 

 

 

14 rue Hautefeuille 75006 Paris

du mardi au samedi de 19h à 4h

SILENCIO

 

 

Silencio is a one of a kind private club, since it is dedicated to creative communities only. It is a place of exchanges and encounters which claims a filiation with many a place like literary salons, London clubs in the 18th century, [parles-tu du Tabou pour la référence aux existentialistes ?] and a few nightlife landmarks like the Palace and even Studio 54. At last partying and culture are gathered together in one place with this nightly platform for Parisian cultural life, exhibitions and fairs.

 

 

 

Silencio was conceived by David Lynch himself and boasts a photography gallery, a 24-seat movie theater, a library, two bars, one stage and a smoking room.

 

 

 

Members are welcome from Tuesday to Saturday from 6pm for the cultural programme, but the club is also open to all from Tuesday to Thursday from Midnight to 4am, and on Friday and Saturday until 6am.

 

 

 

142 Rue Montmartre, 75002 Paris

01 40 13 12 33

LE MONTANA

 

Some people compare it to the famous New-York Studio 54. Le Montana is in fact the new place created by André (Baron, Hotel Amour…) where one must spend the night. Upstairs, at the bar, we drink piscines (champagne with ice) and downstairs, in the vaulted cellar, we dance. The younger ones are delighted that André has chosen Saint-Germain-des-prés to create a new place and the less young are thrilled about this arrival which brings back the rue Saint-Benoît its old energy.


 

 

28 rue Saint- Benoit   75006 Paris

LE MONTANA

 

Some people compare it to the famous New-York Studio 54. Le Montana is in fact the new place created by André (Baron, Hotel Amour…) where one must spend the night. Upstairs, at the bar, we drink piscines (champagne with ice) and downstairs, in the vaulted cellar, we dance. The younger ones are delighted that André has chosen Saint-Germain-des-prés to create a new place and the less young are thrilled about this arrival which brings back the rue Saint-Benoît its old energy.

 

 


 

28 rue Saint- Benoit   75006 Paris

BAR DU LAPEROUSE

 

Since 1766, Lapérouse has held centre stage in the Parisian Life, but the bar which went through a state of the art renovation is now about to become a hot spot for the nightlife. Decorated with red velvet, mirrors and tassels, Bertrand Merlette (who previously worked at the Raphaël) makes delightful elixirs bringing us back to the Belle Epoque !

 

 

51 quai des Grands Augustins  75006 Paris

01.56.79.24.31

CASTEL


Castel is the mythical club of Saint-Germain. A hundred times people said it was over, but it always comes to life again, constantly attracting new customers that become regulars. The clientele is a show by itself. A wildlife crowd of young trendy people mixes naturally with the longstanding regular customers for memorable parties.

 

 

 

15 rue Princesse 75006 Paris

01.40.51.52.80

LE DANDY

 

A very small club which has become the new elegant and stylish address to go to for a drink or a cocktail or just to dance. If Oscar Wilde, the most illustrious germanopratin dandy was still alive, he would surely come to Le Dandy to enjoy a Vodkaviar and he would look at the pretty girls dancing between the red velvet bench seats. But probably bothered by the sound of electro, he would maybe invade the smoking room with his famous curls of smoke… Who knows ? Anyway, his rebel spirit is never far from here.


 

 62 Rue Mazarine, 75006 Paris

Bar de l’HOTEL

 

The Bar de l’Hotel is true to the long tradition of discrete, muffled and refined hotels bars where we meet a writer, an actress or some friends around a cocktail.

 

 

 

13 rue des Beaux Arts 75006 Paris

01.44.41.99.00

PRESCRIPTION COCKTAIL CLUB

 

A very New-Yorkish style for this very pretty club. Divine little alcoholic potions, a couple of writers, pretty germanopratin girls and fashion sub-editors come here to dance and to drink a Mojito. Come on, take a Florida Tarragon or a Mazarini Rosa before going to the Montana to spend the rest of the night with Parisian rebels.

 

 

23 rue Mazarine 75006 Paris

01.45.08.88.09

CAFE LAURENT


The Café Laurent is located in the very pretty Hotel d’Aubusson. Each Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, from 6:30, it welcomes a jazz band. The rest of the week, the Germanopratins come here to have a first or last drink quiet, in front of a big fireplace, or in the patio during the summer.


 



HOTEL D’AUBUSSON

33 Rue Dauphine 75006 Paris

01.43.29.43.43