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March 29, 2014
For a retro evening in the oldest dancing of Paris going back to the Thirties (rock dance evening every Wednesday) / Tél. 01 47 00 07 87
March 18, 2014
One of the oldest nightclub in Bastille !
March 15, 2014
For every Sala dancers ;)
August 28, 2013
Salsa dancing on tuesday and thursday nights at the Balajo club. The Rue de Lappe is a pedestrian street in the Bastille neighbourhood that is full of restaurants and bars.
October 29, 2011
fantastic place for small concerts and dancing...just for a great time in'll find many more great places to eat and have fun in Rue de Lappe

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“This was our first store to open, so naturally it’s my favorite. It’s done up in blue, white, and red, the brand’s colors, and there’s a lot of blond wood throughout. We specialize in underwear, like our bestseller le Slip Marinière, super-comfortable, low-rise boxer briefs. Plus fun, colorful swimwear and accessories. Everything is made entirely in France. You might think this place is only for undergarments, but we have pieces to cover you from head to toe! We created a super-comfortable pajama bottom called le Toudou, a play on the words tout doux, which means it’s very soft!”
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“A label known for edgy, Japanese-inspired clothes and accessories. They have four locations in Paris, each with its own decor and atmosphere. I love the one on Boulevard Filles du Calvaire, the largest, for its California-inspired design, floor-to-ceiling windows, and speckled stairwell leading down to the café. Check out the Palais Royal location, too. It has a specialty coffee shop located underneath the arcades lining the Palais Royal gardens, where they also sell hats, key chains, and other accessories.”
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9 Rue de Lappe
Paris, 75011
Phone01 47 00 07 87
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens Monday 2:00 PM