This summer, Parisians or even tourists have their own habits, and there's something they don't want to miss: parties. Less clichée than a promenade on the pier or gazing at a sunset by the sea, it has to be yet as spectacular.
So, from July to September, Paris' imagination is going to another levl: open-air, vacations and good mood; it's rare enough to be underlined. And this year is going to be more special than usual since the coronavirus epidemic and lockdown have altered things.
So, is it still possible to dance while maintaining barriere gestures? Here are spots taking up the challenge, but careful: please play the game and do not forget to be cautious!
3615 bar launches its old-school cruise with dancefloor - Booking
Old-school bar 3615 taking us to the 80’s to 2009 provides you with a unique cruise that will make you take a walk down memory lane. On the menu, arcades, dancefloor, karaoke, cocktails, hot-dogs to the rhythm of hits that marked us.
Laho: the new lush rooftop terrace by Paris Gare de Lyon railway station
Wanting to touch the sky this summer in Paris? Laho – the latest rooftop in town – expects you from July 3, 2020 a stone’s throw from Paris Gare de Lyon railway station. Designed by Passage Enchanté, Laho hopes to seduce you thanks to a lush setting, a unique sunset, and tasty food offer by female chef Julie Basset… The whole perched 60 meters above the ground! We tell you more on this new, temporary summer place in Paris.
J’peux Pas, J’ai Péniche ! back at Paris River’s King
For this new summer season, discover the famous “J’peux Pas, J’ai Péniche!” [I can’t, I have barge!] party at Paris River’s King on Fridays from July 10 to September 4, 2020 fitted to the current context.