Parisian Open-Air Dance Hall Bars

Back in fashion over the last few years, the open air dance hall bars and their convivial mindset are on a roll in the capital.

The Traditional

Lovers of authenticity, the Chez Gégène open air dance hall bar, the heir to the tradition of spending weekends in a boater on the banks of the Marne, is made for you. Between April and mid-December, lunches, snacks, dancing dinners, but also open guinguette days are just waiting for your twist, waltz, country dance, tango and rock'n'roll moves.

Chez Gégène

162, bis allée des guinguettes - 94340 Joinville-le-Pont

Reservations: + 33 (0)1 48 83 29 43

Website (French) (External link)

Trendy Dance Halls

Rosa Bonheur, on the heights of Buttes Chaumontm, is also on the point of becoming a cultural institution. Since it opened, it success has continued to grow, welcoming you on a bandstand in the heart of a neighborhood which saw the birth of the dance halls of Belleville in the 19th century. That's the garden side. On the Seine side, Rosa Bonheur sur Seine has imposed her style on the redeveloped left bank.
Rosa Bonheur Parc des Buttes Chaumont

2, allée de la cascade - 75019 Paris

Reservations: + 33(0)1 42 00 00 45

Rosa Bonheur sur Seine

Port des Invalides - 75007 Paris

Reservations: + 33 (0)1 47 53 66 92

Website (French) (External link)

The Riverside Dance Hall

In the Javel port, La Javelle, known as the "effervescent dance hall," brings together large wooden tables, deckchairs, tea-lights and quality food trucks. A retro atmosphere extending to the enjoyment of the Picon served at the bar, which could not conceal a place in the spirit of the times, which combines genres and hosts parties as much as it does concerts or yoga classes. La Javelle claims to house the smallest night club in the world called La Boîte à sardines (sardine tin).
La Javelle

Port Javel - Pont du Garigliano - 75015 Paris


Website (French) (External link)

The Chic Haven

In the heart of the Bois de Boulogne, on the lakeside, Le Chalet des Îles and its Bar du Chalet take their name from Empress Eugénie to whom Napoleon offered the chalet. The terrace is large, the lake nearby, the sofas comfortable, and you can even try a boat ride. The bar hosts DJ sets from Thursday to Sunday. A modern dance hall.
Le Chalet des Îles

14, chemin de Ceinture du Lac inférieur du Bois de Boulogne - 75016 Paris

Reservations: + 33 (0)1 42 88 04 69

Website (External link)

At the Feet of the Iron Lady

Every Friday evening between June and mid-September, a 650m2 terrace is set up at the feet of the Eiffel Tower and on the banks of the Seine. The Guinguette de la Tour Eiffel puts Parisians in the holiday mood with a friendly atmosphere.
Guinguette de la Tour Eiffel

Port de Suffren - 75007 Paris