France is popular with far too many things and local nightlife is certainly a big part of the French lifestyle and why the country is so well-loved. Of course, French people know exactly how to celebrate and enjoy life and you will quickly catch on this life philosophy when visiting the country. Furthermore, Paris is known as the city of lights, especially after midnight, when the city comes to life. However, to be honest, Paris never sleeps so you will find quite mesmerizing its buzzing and vibrant atmosphere. In France, you can enjoy a great variety of bistros, bars and clubs, where quality wine and other spirits, delicious snacks, great atmosphere and amazing music could be enjoyed each night of the week. Local music and drink establishments will suit everyone’s taste, so make sure to browse our page and find the perfect club or bar for you in France!
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Wayne’s Bar established in 1991 and still going strong, come and witness it for your self. World famous party times and amazing live music every night of the week! Rugby, footy, golf, tennis, cricket, cycling, hurling, league, formula one, darts, baseball, basketball…. The list goes on! 3 big screens and 1 huge projector Wayne’s Bar is your home of sports on the Riviera. Reservations are advised for the big games.
De Danú is Toulouse’s largest Irish bar, situated only a short distance from the centre of Toulouse. Open since October 2004, we take pride in the basics — excellent staff, a wide range of products, good quality music, live entertainment, genuine original interiors, widespread sports coverage and great food.
Your visit to Harry’s will be complete only after the few steps down and shared the atmosphere of our piano bar … Cocktails and music meet there and unite in a very intimate atmosphere with dim lights. From 1933, this place was called the “Front Page Cabaret”. Harry had the idea to line the walls with ” some ” of newspapers around the world. The Piano bar’s décor was changed every ten or fifteen years because it quickly became the model copied in Paris.
Ma Nolan’s, Vieux Nice has a large inviting terrace, high ceilings, authentic bar counters and wooden floors. The atmosphere is always buzzing, generated by the friendly staff, excellent beer and food, live music in the evenings and a genuinely warm welcome to all, which is typical, essentially Irish.