Paris Cabarets Nightlife in Paris immediately conjures up visions of a Cabaret, which is a performance venue featuring a show, often with dancing girls, where the audience sits at tables to drink and sometimes eat while they watch.
The first cabaret opened in Montmartre, Paris in 1881, and more than one hundred years later, cabaret entertainment is still a popular form of recreation in Paris.
Le Moulin Rouge is most likely the best-known cabaret in the entire world. Since its opening in 1889, Le Moulin Rouge has entertained thousands of guests with its trademark red windmill, beautiful Cancan dancers, singers, and acrobats.
Le Crazy Horse has a large reputation in spite of its relatively small size, most likely for the perfection of its 20 nude dancers.
Le Paradis Latin, located in the Left Bank, is situated in a theater built by the famous Gustave Eiffel. The show here features spectacularly choreographed dancers.
Le Lido de Paris, on the Champs-Elysées, has a reputation for consistently fine shows with famous headlining stars.