I went here while I was visiting my friend in Paris a few days ago. Let me just say it was the best night out we had there. Sure, all they played was 90's hits and top 40's but it was a fun crowd, lots of dancing and open late (New York late, but in Paris). Please note, this is not a euro-techno dance club; it was very much americanized.
The PR guy was awesome, too. We arrived to find a huge line outside, he came over and asked how many of us there were (four). For whatever reason, perhaps because it was my birthday, he brought us in free (skipped the 20 euro cover & the line), checked our coats for free, brought us to the VIP area (free) and brought us a bottle of champagne.
All I can say is that I'll definitely be going back here the next Friday night I'm in Paris.
Record for the most I've ever spent on a drink in my life. Actually, check that, my friend paid for the drinks, 2 heinekens and I've yet to pay him back. The grand total was 24 euro! Still, it's a classy, mid-level club in a sea of far more expensive and "exclusive" clubs on the swank Champs-Elyssee.
Used to make this my regular spot on Wednesdays when I was studying abroad. It was free cover, at least back then. It's also good Friday and Saturday. Good mix of hip hop at the beginning and typical house at the end. Girls were cute and the party didn't stop until 6 in the morning, just in time for the reopening of the Metro.
I went to Six Seven for a Democrats Abroad event in Paris during the 2008 primaries. They did a really nice job of providing drinks and appetizers to our big group of Americans. The place was large, modern, and in a great location. I'd like to go back there to check it out when it's just a regular lounge!
would only go on sundays bc it is the only paris club open sundays but otherwise dont go out of you way
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