Rendezvous at London's Cafe de Paris
Cafe de Paris is set in the heart of London between Leicester Square
and Piccadilly Circus. This iconic nightclub in London opened in 1924 and is one of the most famous nightclubs in the world, playing host to many celebrities over the years, the party scene at London's Cafe de Paris is still vibrant.
Cafe de Paris in London has been a prominent venue in the London nightclub scene since 1914. The Prince of Wales visited the Cafe in the early 1920s and quickly became a regular guest, often dining with the likes of Fred and Adele Astaire. Kings and Queens of Europe and society's elite from actresses to film stars arrived at the Cafe, as did many talented artists, some of whom launched their career on the small stage. Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Shirely Bassey, Fred Astaire and Marlene Dietrich all performed at the Cafe de Paris in London, as did many more. Today celebrities are still enjoying themselves at the Cafe including Mick Jagger, George Michael, Goldie Hawn, Elton John, Robbie Williams, Seal and more.
Given the elite guest list, there are often queues to get into the venue (unless you are on the VIP list) and the dress code is strictly sexy and stylish with absolutely no sportswear. The doormen at London's Cafe de Paris are quite strict with the dress code as they have to keep up the image.
Cafe de Paris in London has three separate bar areas - the Red Bar, the Blue Bar and the Fantasy Room (VIP area) and Mezzanine where you can have dinner and overlook the main dance floor and stage. It is a substantial venue that can host 700 guests. The restaurant is open Wednesday to Saturday evenings and is accompanied by a live cabaret.
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