Medieval cellar to jazz club
With a history dating back to before 1551, this medieval wine cellar turned jazz club has been rumored to be a secret lodge of the Freemasons, a court room during the French Revolution and even a torture chamber through the years.
A cave to dance in
As you walk into the club, you will know that you’ve stepped into a cave, (that’s right, ‘caveau’ is French for cave), albeit one with that inimitable French charm. If you’re lucky, you might just find yourself in the company of some jazz greats. For a change of pace, head on down to the basement which is one of the most happening dance floors in Paris.
P. S. There is a cover charge of 15 Euros for weekends and 13 Euros for other nights. Students with IDs get in for 10 Euros.