Famous as the location for the prison where the French Revolution began, with Parisians “storming the Bastille,” this district has grown into a thriving nightlife district. The area boasts a wide arrangement of cafés, bars, clubs and concert halls. End a busy day of sightseeing by letting loose at bars along Rue de Lappe, perhaps after dining out on Rue de la Roquette or Rue Jean-Pierre Timbaud. Despite the introduction of Opéra Bastille, the neighborhood still attracts youthful nightlife. Be sure to check out La Quille for its bowling, perhaps the only place in Paris, and billiards, and Le Bar à Nenette for its daily happy hour and comfortable atmosphere.
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