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Paris never sleeps and you will find this to be true when you walk the streets in the evening, if people are not spilling out of cafes and restaurants they are entering bars and clubs and preparing to dance until daylight.

Everything you could possible require in entertainment can be found in Paris, the theatres are many and offer music dance and opera. The cabarets are popular evening entertainment and for a quieter night there is always the cinemas.

Bar Hemingway
Named after the famous Author who first drank here in the 1920's, it is a classic bar serving all drinks. Ritz Hotel, 15 place Vendome 1.

Buddha Bar
A giant Buddha presides over proceedings at this popular bar located in the Champs-Elysees area. 8 rue Boissy dÁnglas 8.

Impala Lounge
This African themed bar attracts a younger set and has a range of popular music most evenings. 2 rue de Berri 8.

La Locomotive
A popular disco and dance centre for the 18 to 25 set, with more than one floor of dancing. 90 blvd de Clichy 18 (01 4257 3737).

Le Balajo
This club has stood the test of time and is a popular dance club that rocks until the sun comes up. 9 rue de Lappe 11 (01 4700 0787).

Le Palace
This club operates over several floors with different dance themes and attracts a mixed crowd of gay and straight. 8 rue de Faubourg Montmartre 9e (01 4246 1087).

Le Tambour
This trendy upmarket bar is popular with the locals and worth a look just for it's decor alone. 41 rue Montmartre 2.

Offering great Indian food as well as cocktails and dancing to the wee small hours. 3 av Matignon 8 (01 5389 1891).

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