At home in the Bohemian chic Monmartre, this caberet-style watering hole is often the last and most memorable stop on a night spent out in the city's famed nightclub district. Likeable in its quirky charm, the smallish blue-tiled space has frozen Vodka cocktails mixed in a slush machine and a gem of a house act. Cheesy-but-lovable old-school crooner Pierre Carre sings French classics while jamming alternately on his keyboards or accordian. An improvised dance floor allows patrons to dance late nights away with the eclectic clientele, ranging from tourists to university students to sailors.
Lovable crooner Carre may haunt the late nights, but prime-time talent ranges through several genres: Jazz, blues, and country may all be in the house.
AmenitiesOpen / Closes
- Accessible by Public Transportation
- Handicapped Accessible
- Live Music