Théâtre Le Trianon
More storied than the average music hall, this beautiful venue at the foot of Montmartre dates to 1894. Constructed on the site of the garden of the Elysee-Montmartre, Theatre Le Trianon was destroyed by fire in 1900, rebuilt by famed architect Joseph Cassian Bernard in 1902, and in 1988 took its place amongst France's official historical monuments. Restored in 2009, the 1,000-seat hall features red velvet seats, a slanted stage, and two levels of balconies. Stop for coffee at the ground-floor coffee shop, La Petit Trianon, before seeing one of the plays, classical concerts, operas, fashion shows, or musicals.