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On the jazz-thick Rue des Lombards, Le Baiser Sal� ("Salted Kiss") is convincingly moody. New bands dominate, but veterans sometimes grandstand – and it's famous for promoting unusual and... Read More
On the jazz-thick Rue des Lombards, Le Baiser Sal� ("Salted Kiss") is convincingly moody. New bands dominate, but veterans sometimes grandstand – and it's famous for promoting unusual and trans-ethnic styles. The ambiance is warm and welcoming; the dress code is very much "come as you are." Students, jazz fans and their long-suffering friends all manage to have a good time. The motto here is that only in the world of jazz would we ever want to become millionaires. That's the singular devotion to this genre of music you'll find here. Since opening over 30 years ago now it has hosted scores of musical acts including Richard Bona, Taffa Ciss�, Thierry Arpino, Etienne MBapp�, Linlay Marthe, Geoffroy de Mazure, �mile Parisien, Ang�lique Kidjo, Laurent Vernerey, Lo�c Ponthieu, NGuyen L�, Mokhtar Samba.
- Daily 5:30pm-6am
- Cover Charge: 12 - 25; Cover Charge Depends on Day
- 1st Arrondissement - Les Halles' Best Nightlife, Live Music: "This jazz club leans towards the Afro-jazz-fusion sort. It is near Les Halles so makes it super convenient for a night out of bar and music club hopping. Around since the early 80's, its reputation is solid among Parisian and international jazz lovers."
- Best for 1st Arrondissement - Les Halles' Best Nightlife Because: This classic jazz venue is one of those pilgrimages you must make when in Paris.
- Best for Live Music Because: This is where the jazz musicians of the city congregate after they've played through their evening. It stays open until 6 in the morning.