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Sheryl P wrote a review Jul 2015
Frisco, Texas15 contributions9 helpful votes
We set out to dance at Concrete in Paris, but they were closing early that night and not letting anyone else in. We scrambled to find another place open on Sunday night and found Le Baron. It apparently has a reputation of being difficult to get into, but I suppose it being a Sunday night, and being 3 well-dressed ladies, we were able to get right in. It was not crowded at first but picked up by 1 or 2AM. Small dance floor. The music was a bit strange. They played American music, the whole song, not mixed with a dance beat. Everything from Johnny Cash to disco. It was okay for me because I am in my 40s but my daughter and her friend (age 18) did not enjoy the music very much.…
Date of experience: July 2015
mypithat wrote a review Apr 2015
warrington39 contributions30 helpful votes
We were invited to Le Baron with friends. Apparently it's really difficult to get in! I don't know why? There are hundreds of other bars I would rather go to. Just my opinion but if you believe the hype, knock yourself out! I just didn't get it!
Date of experience: March 2015
Ibadanboy wrote a review Feb 2015
Nairobi, Kenya6,166 contributions1,010 helpful votes
The 'new' Le Baron on Ave Marceau in the 8eme arrondissement is a hip, trendy club catering to beautiful young (rich) people looking to have a good night out and dance till the wee hours of the morning. There was a life before this present reincarnation at this venue and I am made to understand it's history was shall we say, a lot more colourful! Nice small venue with a great ambience. Good option to go for a night out partying with friends.…
Date of experience: January 2015
thestylebook wrote a review Mar 2014
Ross & Cromarty59 contributions32 helpful votes
Relaxed hip crowd, small venue good music. Always pop in every fashion week in Paris, also they hold the most fantastic parties during the Cannes film festival.
Date of experience: October 2013
susQnyc wrote a review Sep 2012
New York46 contributions35 helpful votes
Dance to vintage french tunes with a young hipster crowd. The vibe is relaxed but stylish. The doorman seems to love foreigners, especially New Yorkers. Gets crowded around 2AM, go early to get in without a hassle.
Date of experience: August 2012