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A mythical place !The "Double Fond", the first pub of magic of Europe, known worldwide, and created in 1988 by Dominique Duvivier.Major place of magic and entertainment in Europe for all kind of public, magicians, laymen or children.Located on one...more
Hours Today: 5:30 PM - 2:00 AM
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1 Place du Marche Sainte Catherine, 75004 Paris, France
Our last night in Paris and we were waiting on a table for one of the other restaurants, so called here to while away the time with a beer.
We were very impressed with the friendliness and courtesy of the staff who attended to us...More
First, we had a nice table, confortable and large.
The service is efficient.
The food is good and fine.
The magic show at the table are AMAZING !!!
The overall concept is very good, but probably a little bit expensive.
We are Americans vacationing in Paris with our two daughters, ages 8 and 10. They love magic shows and have been to multiple magic shows around the world which they have enjoyed immensely. Therefore, we chose this show to experience while in Paris. We attended...More
Situated on place sainte catherine, this nice and cosy café seems inviting . The real surprise is underground. They have magic shows , bluffing trics and all done in a funny mood.The staff members make you feel at home with good service and nice smiles....More
I've never felt that there was a lot of talking in magic tricks since it is a very visual type of entertainment. We were aware before going in that it would be in French but we didn't think it would be an issue. I was...More
Like a previous reviewer, we attended dinner and a magic show as part of a tour group. This was an ideal event because we did this as a three generational family.
The dinner was served as a series of small dishes, tapas style. Everything was...More
We had our last dinner together with our Tauck "Bridges" tour group here. The best thing to say was it was Big Fun! The adults ate the delicious parade of small bites, champagne, and wine outside on the square while the young people ate inside....More
We came to this bar because we saw that we may have some tricks at the bar in the terrace area, as advertised on the website. We were disappointed. We saw groups who booked a downstairs show been given snacks like nuts and crisps with...More
I've always been a magic lover, so when I saw this place advertised I definitely wanted to check it out. Service was so bad that I had to at least say something to the manager, who -borderline rude- replied "Oh well sir, that is your...More
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