Enjoy the legendary Paradis Latin cabaret show

The first Parisian cabaret show is still the best. Revel in the atmosphere of this historic Latin Quarter night club.

Price: $127 per person ("Champagne Revue" - Show and champagne only), $180 (Show and  "Festival" dinner menu), $218 (Show and "Star" dinner menu)

Dinner guests arrive at 8:00 pm. The Paradis Latin cabaret show begins daily at 9:30 pm. Clients booking the "Champagne Revue" package should arrive at 9:00 pm.

Paradis Latin Packages

We offer three ways to experience the Paradis Latin Cabaret. Two packages with dinner and one with champagne only. Unlike other dinner-cabaret shows, all food is prepared in house in the Paradis Latin Cabaret kitchen.

Paradis Latin cabaret

All dinner packages include a half-bottle of Bordeaux wine, 1/4 bottle of Champagne, and a half-bottle of mineral water per person.

Other Paris Show Options

The "Champagne Revue" includes a half-bottle of Champagne and show tickets only.

Paradis Latin cabaret poster

Paradis Latin Dinner Menus

Sample "Festival" dinner menu:

Appetizer course: Mousseline of Salmon, Shrimp in Puff Pastry, or Périgourdine Salad.  Main course: Fricassee of Chicken with Zucchini Flan, Fresh Salmon with Stewed Vegetables à la Provençale, or Vegetarian platter. Dessert: Ice Cream

1⁄2 Bottle of Mineral Water, 1⁄2 Bottle of Bordeaux Wine, and 1⁄4 Bottle of Champagne per person included

Sample "Star" dinner menu:

Appetizer course: Foie Gras with Toasted Brioche, Hand Sliced Smoked Salmon, or Escargot.  Main Course: Roast Filet of Bass, Lemon Confit and Braised Endive, Chateaubriand with Four-Pepper Sauce and Pont-Neuf Potatoes, or Sliced Breast of Duck Cranberry with Honey Sauce Rosettes of Potatoes. Dessert: Apple Tart with Caramel Sauce, or Symphony of Sorbet

1⁄2 Bottle of Mineral Water, 1⁄2 Bottle of Bordeaux Wine, and 1⁄4 Bottle of Champagne per person included

About the Paradis Latin Cabaret

In 1802 Napoleon Bonaparte, as First Consul of France, ordered that a theater be build on the rue des Fosses-Saint-Victor. The theater was dubbed Theater Latin. After a fire in 1870, Gustave Eiffel was tasked with restoring the theater in preparation for the 1889 World's Fair. The new theater was named Le Paradis Latin and was very active until the 1930's.  In 1977, the theater was refurbished and the modern Paradis Latin Cabaret was born.

The current production of the Paradis Latin Cabaret is conceived and directed by master showman Christian Dura. The beautiful vibrant dancers along with different guest performance artists deliver an unforgettable night of revere and pleasure.

John R. LinkParis.comWhy we love Paradis Latin - A few things separate Paradis Latin from other cabaret shows in Paris.  First, it is a family-owned business. That’s nice. Second, there is an actual full kitchen on site. Third, the show is generally more family friendly, with a variety of acts, than Moulin Rouge, Lido, and Crazy Horse. Paradis Latin is a great time. Recommend. - John, LinkParis.com

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Nominated for three 2018 outstanding product and service awards by Atout France, the French Government Tourist Office

Paradis Latin Cabaret

Regular price $127.00