Where to go out this weekend in Paris?

Where to go out this weekend in Paris?

Nightlife is slowly starting to resume in France, and you are probably wondering where to go out this Friday and Saturday in Paris. Chez Mila Paris, Pastel sur Seine, Sanctum Paris or Bagatelle Paris, we tell you everything about the trendy parties of this summer in Paris.

While nightclubs are still waiting for the authorization to open in France, we witnessed with emotion the reopening of festive terraces in Paris this week. The show will be able to resume in Paris after a three-month break, for our greatest pleasure.

We start with Chez Mila Paris, a magnificent barge located at 3 Port Debilly with a breathtaking view of the Eiffel Tower. Opened for the first time in 2019, this place has quickly established itself as a reference for the quality of its service and the refinement of its customers. Open from Tuesday to Sunday, 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., remember to book your place in advance in you want to secure your spot.

This week also marked the opening of a new party that will enliven your week from Thursday to Saturday, Pastel sur Seine. Located on the mythical swan’s alley (Allee des Cygnes) near the Bir Hakeim Bridge. It is in a festive garden with Provençal airs that you can meet your friends around a glass of champagne.

Located at the edge of the Bois de Boulogne, Sanctum welcomes you from Thursday to Sunday. With its Coachella-inspired decor, Sanctum has sold out since the start of the summer.
His secret?
Deep House, Cocktails and Food Corner is the magic recipe from Sanctum Paris to make you vibrate all night.

What would a summer in Paris be without Bagatelle? We dare not imagine!
Hosting the party Tam-Tam Paris every Wednesday from 6 p.m., this legendary place in Parisian life launches its grand opening weekend this Friday, June 26 with a big surprise: the team of La Folie Douce and its mythical singer, Kely Starlight, will be present to ignite Bagatelle Paris. The party continues all weekend with the opening of Neverland at 6 p.m. this Sunday, June 28.
Obviously, the coming back of parties in Paris is done in respect with sanitary measures to fight against coronavirus: table limited to 10 people, mask when traveling and reservation mandatory. To book a table, it's quick and easy, use our booking form and let one of our partners take care of you.

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