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Cafe de la Danse

5 Passage Louis Philippe, 75011 Paris, France
+33 1 40 21 70 70
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Ricardo Ribeiro sings Fado

A beautiful stage complemented with a casual beer-serving bar and casual patrons with sharp ears... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
Yanis J
,
Beirut, Lebanon
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Small venue, good sound, lively neighbourhood.

Come early, cos they start really on time. I like that. There are seats, not numbered , you can... read more

Reviewed 21 March 2014
Rockwise
,
Gent
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2 Mar 2017
“Ricardo Ribeiro sings Fado ”
21 Mar 2014
“Small venue, good sound, lively neighbourhood.”
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5 Passage Louis Philippe, 75011 Paris, France
Bastille / Oberkampf
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+33 1 40 21 70 70
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Reviewed 2 March 2017 via mobile

A beautiful stage complemented with a casual beer-serving bar and casual patrons with sharp ears and tight lips when the performance starts. Fado may not be my favorite genre, but it withdraws nothing from the overall experience and standard of the venue. I'll come back...More

2  Thank Yanis J
Reviewed 21 March 2014

Come early, cos they start really on time. I like that. There are seats, not numbered , you can stand in the front as well. The bar is upstairs, you can follow The show from there, but sometimes the noise from up there disturbs the...More

2  Thank Rockwise
Reviewed 5 February 2013

My daughter and I went to see Ben Gibbard at this venue in early December2012. My daughter is a Death Cab for Cutie tragic so she couldn't have asked for too much more. We had almost front row seats so felt very close to performance,...More

2  Thank NoviceWA
Reviewed 26 November 2012

We were lucky enough to see Gaz Coobes from Supergrass and Hot Rats, during our stay and what a fantastic venue. Tiny, holds maybe 2-3 hundred with perfect sightlines and acoustics from everywhere. Apparently book a lot of British and European rock, folk and jazz...More

1  Thank PaulSnood
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Reviewed 12 December 2002

The Café de la danse is a small venue for bands. If you're lucky enough for your favourite artiste to apear at the Café then you WILL get a good view - even if you're at the back you're still near the front. Like I...More

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Bastille / Oberkampf
Bastille and Oberkampf are lively parts of town made
for entertainment. During the day rows of unassuming
bars welcome customers for a bite or a drink, but it’s
at night this area really comes to life. Students and
young professionals fill the busy bars around Bastille
and Oberkampf. At Place de la Bastille, crowds flock
to the Opéra Bastille in the evening and groups wait
for coveted tickets during the day. Towards
...More
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