Moulin Rouge, Paris
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I don't know of any specifically, but it's Paris!!!!
Oh wait, there's one I know of... Moulin Rouge!!! I had a brochure of theirs once...hmm, well, I'll try to find it to see if I can get more info. Shows are open to all public and all ages!
Dress Code: Elegant, as they say on their site.
A must in Paris. This characteristic building with red wings was turned into a dance hall in 1900, and was immortalized later by Toulouse-Lautrec. The shows continue today and you'd better book in advance. It's not the cheapest entertainment in Paris, and for your money you get the right to see the performane and half of a bottle of champagne. The tickets vary in price, the later you come (and the more you miss), the less it will cost you.
Dress Code: Dress code applies: try to dress as if you went to a restaurant.
May be I am old-fashioned already, but still love this place. You can walk 19:00 to eat and then watch show or later (21:00) just watch the great show. They have one show for years.
Dress Code: evening dress, men usually in black...
Le Moulin Rouge
Spectacular show with drinks. All evening filled with live music, dance and theater. We all know the know the Moulin Rouge from the movie 'Moulin Rouge'.
Dress Code: Just wear something that looks OK and you'll be fine.
There's a picture of MOULIN ROUGE - of course, but beware, Blanche, Anvers, Pigalle, there are really dodgy areas, not advisable to walk after 9 pm without male presence between your buddies..
However, here's a list of 'ok' clubs in the area: Locomotiva - 3 floors, mix of house and RNB, too crowded and eventually stinky; Folie - loads of hookers and prostitutes...
if u have a limited time to enjoy Paris nightlife, go straight on Champs Elysées in:
- Queen - gay club, house music but fancy and relaxed atmosphere (choose Friday night as it's hetero)
- Man Ray - on of my favorite clubs, a little bit to posh and snob (Friday recommandable as the other nights is just a bar)
- Etoile, obviously pretty close to Etoile
- Les Planches, a little bit too young for my taste, let's say that the average age was 20
- VIP, if u have the chance to be on 'Le physionomist' standards
- Club 79, large range of music styles
- Bar Fly, I would say it's rather a bar than a club
Other areas & more places:
- Budha bar, crowded by tourists, the official language there is English, not a proper place for clubbing but a must for having a drink
- Scala, on Rue de Rivoli, 2 floors, house and pop downstairs, RNB and zouk upstairs (14 Euro the entrance)
- Cabaret, very close to Palais Royal, posh and nice
- Le Hamam, I would quote it ok, close to Place de Clichy
- Bario Latino, 3 floors, definately latin music, that's a pitty they are closing around 2pm or 3pm in Saturdays
The French night life is amazing, worths ruining your budget, your time and eventually your feet - if u are a party animal:)
Dress Code: For Champs Elysées definately dress to kill code
Moulin Rouge is a cabaret. Ok, ok so it is a super touristy thing to do but let's face it most of us are tourists! It was too fun! A word of warning to the ladies though...just because the women wear little to no clothes at all doesn't mean we get quite as good a view of the men. Other than the unfairness of that, it was still a lot of fun!
Dress Code: You need to dress a little nicer for an evening ending at Moulin Rouge.
I must say that I haven’t heard about this place before and I still do not know exactly what there is to see or do here, but I was told that this is very famous place.
Don't forget to visit the world famous cabaret 'Moulin Rouge' ('the Red Mill'). The performances are excellent - the dancing, the costumes and champagne!
Dress Code: Dress smartly!
The Moulin Rouge still packs 'em in at night. But be forewarned, dinner and a show will set you back about $120 USD per person! Ouch!
The Moulin Rough, the famous cabaret. The day that we were in Paris was close. So, was just able to see it from outside, take a look to those posters hang outside and took this picture.
Immortalized by Toulouse-Lautrec, and the birthplace of the can-can, the Moulin Rouge (The Red Windmill) takes its name from one of the windmills of Montmartre present in another era.
MOULIN ROUGE, le cabaret le plus fameux du monde.