The place has an unmistakable quirky feel with the mismatched décor (velvet, faux fur, candelabra, and mirrors), music (jazz, latino, soul, rock) and crowd (students, neighbors, and tourists). At night, as the last patrons finish their dinner, expect the whole club to go wild on the dancefloor. Also, weekends brunches are a local favorite, with plenty of buffet style staples and good jazz music.
Le Réservoir, it’s a 400 square meter old forge refurbished in early 2000 to be a club open to everyone. A must in the multicultural neighborhood of Bastille, usually catering to the younger, hip clientele. Also, there is no cover fee, rare for Parisian clubs. The concert hall has seen many famous acts perform, like Ben Harper, Radiohead, Yael Naim or Cure.
Brunch on Saturdays and Sundays: first service at 11:30, second service at 14:00.