Le Caveau de la Huchette

If you’ve got feet that can’t stay still when music’s playing, Le Caveau de la Huchette is your kind of destination. Steeped in Parisian lore, this one-of-a-kind jazz club makes for a memorable night-out in Paris.

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.