There are two variations: the Gustave Eiffel menu is divine and the Prestige menu is just fantastic. These three-course menus developed by Guy Savoy include half a bottle of Bordeaux and 1/4 bottle of Champagne. This Parisian cabaret, the oldest in the world, is only a short walk from Notre-Dame. The latest revue "L’Oiseau Paradis" embraces new t...
- * Admission to the show L'Oiseau Paradis
- * Dinner (if selected)
- Smart casual dress code. Coat and tie appreciated. Shorts, sportswear and sneakers aren't allowed. Christmas Night & Valentine’s Night Schedule: * 19:30: You are welcome by the dancers in a striking staging: total immersion in a unique, surreal and surprising atmosphere. * 20:00: A gala dinner is served. The artists lead the audience in a magical and very Parisian atmosphere. An exceptional voice singer evolves in the mythical Paradis Latin hall. * 21:30: Beginning of the show. The new Paradis Latin Show, entitled “L’Oiseau Paradis”, stands under the sign of sensuality, poetry, emotion, humor and new technologies. * 23:15: End of the show Getting There: * Bus: Line 47, 86, 87 or 89 * Metro: Line 10, Cardinal Lemoine * If you want to see the different menus in advance, you can check the photos or the PDF file * If you choose an option with no dinner, please select the 21:00 timeslot. * Show your smartphone ticket at the entrance * If you choose an option with no dinner, please be at the venue 30 minutes before the show, which starts at 21:30
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