The vibe here is about as unique as it gets in Paris, but get used to it, because chances are you’ll be here well past the end of your meal. The theme is Latin, the food Spanish, the décor is antique and funky, and the dancing is unbeatable. With one floor dedicated to dining and another just for dancing, Barrio starts getting packed early and stays full all night. Order as much food and drink as you want, because by the end of the night, you will have danced all of it off (and probably more). Just make sure you dress for the night out before dinner, because Barrio doesn't allow shorts or sneakers.
Gertrude Stein, the preeminent American writer and art collector, lived for thirty-three years at... Read more