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One of our waiters told us about this place. Spend the $20 to access the basement. That is where all the magic happens. Jazz Greats of the past Century have played and got their starts in this low-key establishment. All of your fantacies of what...More
A friend who has visited many times recommended that our small group of four head to Aux Trois Mailletz. He warned us that it might be a late one - and it was. We started at midnight and didn't depart until 4 a.m. We would...More
Wanted to find some cabaret/burlesque that hadn't been 'starbucked' yet, and was told this was the place to head for. They weren't wrong. We were possibly the only non-locals in the place yet were still made to feel very welcome. The acts were outrageous fun,...More
Was brought here by a friend as a surprise, it turned out to be the most fun I have ever had in a restaurant.... it possibly had something to do with the outrageous amount of wine we drank but still....!!!
The food was good, steaks...More
We visited this wonderful place during the White Night. The food was good but the entertainment was simply brilliant. Try and pay the extra for the downstairs show, it’s well worth it. Brilliant dancing, singing and a great band. Everyone starts low key and it...More
Why? Because I usually go to this place and the things always go right way up to now. But last time, the barmaid was very agressive and vulgar. I don't know her name. I only know that she's a tall north African person. The way...More
I had been there years ago and had a fantastic time but this most recent visit was disappointing. The majority of customers were there for a birthday party and kind of took over the place. All of the music seamed to tailored to the party...More
As the bustling center of entertainment for the residents of the Rive Gauche, the activity at Odéon never stops. Boulevards are lined with traditional cafes, restaurants, and boutique cinemas. The streets surrounding the fountain at Saint-Michel provide eateries from around the world. Lively bars are just next door and the prototypical terraced French brasserie is on every corner. The setting for this
area is second to none; the Haussmann-style boulevards are contrasted by monumental architecture and overshadowed by the iconic Notre Dame, all within a moment’s walk from the Seine. This neighbourhood's world-famous bookshops, cafés, and streets will not fail to impress you.
Response from DeaconMac | Reviewed this property |
We went on a Monday night which surely is the slowest night of the week, yet we and the smallish audience in attendance clearly had a very good time. Since I've been to this club only once, I can't give a more general... More
We went on a Monday night which surely is the slowest night of the week, yet we and the smallish audience in attendance clearly had a very good time. Since I've been to this club only once, I can't give a more general overview, but the performers who sang and played the night we were there seemed to be a group of regulars who get together and jam there most nights. This was not a much-rehearsed, polished show, but all of the singers/performers were enthusiastic and talented and the whole show was a lot of fun with a variety of international numbers, pop, jazz, show tunes, etc.
The show didn't begin downstairs in the cellar until about 10 or 11 but it apparently continues very late (guide books say up to 6 am). Before that, there is usually a pianist and singer on the ground floor (there's no cover there).
Response from brimcmike | Reviewed this property |
That is true. The piano player the night we were there was OK, but then it was free. I highly recommend the evening cabaret in the undercroft. It was a great show with wonderful performers: singers, band & the danseuse... More
That is true. The piano player the night we were there was OK, but then it was free. I highly recommend the evening cabaret in the undercroft. It was a great show with wonderful performers: singers, band & the danseuse. Drinks were kind of expensive, but strong. Most of the audience were French, who sang along with the pop covers. One of our top memories of Paris.