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“Brilliant jazz”
Review of Le Caveau des Oubliettes - CLOSED

Le Caveau des Oubliettes
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Reviewed September 4, 2012

The drinks are a little on the pricey side, but the atmosphere was an absolute delight. The highly unusual setting was a real treat, and the performers put on a very intimate performance. Cannot wait to visit again.

1  Thank FordPrefectII
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Reviewed August 15, 2012

Great music in the cave. Under the floor you will see a hidden place and you can drink a glass of wine while listening great songs.

1  Thank mrtdncr
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Reviewed July 23, 2012

I've been here twice! The first time it was a real surprise! This time i took some friends with me! And it was awsome! Le Caveau des Oubliettes never fails! Great Jazz, Great ambiance and even greater prizes for your drinks! But it's worth it!

1  Thank BjornBBB
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Reviewed July 8, 2012

Live music nightly, starting at 10 pm, in a basement cave with very good acoustics. Must spend 7euro each, in drinks.

2  Thank Jinky L
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Reviewed November 2, 2011

Jazz in the Latin Quarter - seems cliched but this place is the real deal! A guide pointed it out as a "true" jazz club, and he was right. The jazz is performed in the basement of a building that dates back to the late 1700s. There is no cover, and I don't think there is a minimum. I had one beer and no one seemed to want me to order another. The space is compact, so if you want to sit, get there by about 9:30 pm. The crowd is mostly young as it is very near the main halls of the Sorbonne, but casual and very knowledgeable about jazz. While at 51 I was likely the oldest one there, I felt welcomed and not out of place at all.

8  Thank reslifedan
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