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“One of the few places open on Sunday night in Paris”
3 Apr 2015
“Not for me!”
"Cet endroit demeure l’un des rares où l’on peut encore s’amuser, danser, s’étourdir, draguer, se sentir libre." PARIS MATCH BARONNE EST LA NUIT Minuit sonné, Rive Droite, sous les feux de la fête… Le Beau Paris baronne. Des nuits devenues mythe...more
We set out to dance at Concrete in Paris, but they were closing early that night and not letting anyone else in. We scrambled to find another place open on Sunday night and found Le Baron. It apparently has a reputation of being difficult to...More
We were invited to Le Baron with friends. Apparently it's really difficult to get in! I don't know why? There are hundreds of other bars I would rather go to. Just my opinion but if you believe the hype, knock yourself out! I just didn't...More
The 'new' Le Baron on Ave Marceau in the 8eme arrondissement is a hip, trendy club catering to beautiful young (rich) people looking to have a good night out and dance till the wee hours of the morning. There was a life before this present...More
Dance to vintage french tunes with a young hipster crowd. The vibe is relaxed but stylish. The doorman seems to love foreigners, especially New Yorkers. Gets crowded around 2AM, go early to get in without a hassle.
Without a doubt, this is the best bar in Paris!
Visiting from overseas I had heard good things about this place. Managed to get my name on the guest list which is something I would recommend doing if you can, it can otherwise be quite...More
We went to Le Baron last saturday, and I have to say the dj was wonderful. We were dancing nonstop till 6 in the morning...Great service, nice bouncers, bartenders and so on, the whole experience was definitely positive.
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