Le Piano Vache in Paris, an original bar-café in Panthéon – Notre-Dame

In a district full of bars with large screens where you can follow a football match, you can also find a hidden spot with a very different atmosphere. It is called Le Piano Vache and if you have the chance to go there and the luck the find it, you will soon realize the kind of magic and warm ambient we are talking about. A dark, mysterious and small bar filled with a particular decoration which occupies the space making it just unique.

Posters on the walls that compose a great puzzle, just next to student’s ID photos left there for a multi-faces-collage, figures, a piano with a cow’s head on it, and much more. This bar, especially frequented by students and young people, offers you an alternative site to relax and enjoy some drinks, a bit outside the most classic and touristic-friendly circuit.

Besides the place’s decoration, already worth admiring, you can also be aware of the daily live music offer, in order to take advantage of your visit and enjoy one of its concerts. Mondays are for live jazz manouche, Tuesdays is the 80s night, Wednesday is Goth, Thursday “after work” and Friday and Saturday rock, punk and pop.

Placed in the Rue Laplace, 8, in the Panthéon – Notre-Dame district, you can get off at Cardinal Lemoine tube station and then walk for a few minutes till get to Le Piano Vache. To find accommodation in this district for your days in the French capital, take a look to the ApartmentDistrict.com list of holiday rentals in Paris. Each of them is ready to make your days unforgettable, comfortable and easier, so you just need to choose between the holiday apartments in Paris that fit into your dates.

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