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Le Marais is Paris’s historic gay district. Most of the lesbian bars in Paris are located within the Le Marais district. Le Marais also has an excellent food scene, along with many bars. It is one of the must see districts of Paris.
8 rue des Ecouffes, Paris
weekday: Mon,Wed,Thu from 19:00
weekend: 19:00-06:30 / 03:00
One of the few lesbian bars in Paris, 3W Kafe is a women-only bar but men can come in if they have female company.
3W has a small dance floor Located in Le Marais near So What, another lesbian bar. Closed on Mondays.
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Champs-Élysées / District 8
world-famous avenue with boutiques, cafés and luxury shops
Le Marais gay village / Temple / District 3
Paris city centre, home of the main gay scene, nightlife and shops
Louvre / District 1
central area, close to popular attractions and gay scene
This unique establishment is not only a neighboorhood LGBT bar, but also part library, part billiard hall, part screening room with a space for yoga and self-defence courses too.
This feminist bar is run by a queer collective of activists, educators and artists who collaborate to make this space a generative space for community and LGBT+ focused activism.
Part grunge, part burlesque and part Caribbean in aesthetic, this reasonably priced feminist bar is open daily until 2am, holding a wide variety of inclusive LGBT+ events.
La Mutinerie is located in the Le Marais district, making it close to other gay bars, including the lesbian bar 3W Kafé which is only a 10 minute walk away.
182 Rue Saint-Martin, Paris
weekday: Tue - Weds: 5:30pm - 1am
weekend: Thurs to Sat: 5:30pm - 2am
Le Bar’Ouf is the cute and cosy lesbian bar owned by two women. It is a games bar, so expect so see ladies of all ages meeting to play billiards.
For reasonably cocktails and a fun atmosphere, the Le Bar’Ouf is perfect. Sip on the signature Le Bar’ouf cocktail while singing, dancing and enjoying the exhibition paintings!
Le Bar’Ouf is walking distance from La Mutinerie, making this a perfect stop along the way for a lesbian Paris tour!
La Champmesle is considered to be the *first* lesbian bar in Paris. It’s been open since 1979.
The bar was opened by Josy and she’s still in attendance. There are regular art exhibitions, cabaret shows and tarot card readings on Tuesdays.
Although it’s a lesbian bar, men and people of indeterminate gender are welcome.
30 rue du Roi de Sicile, Paris
weekday: Thu 00:30-04:00
Cosy lesbian bar in Paris’ Le Marais district. The space is small, and staff are friendly. It’s a tad tricky to spot as there’s no sign outside.
Good place to go if you want to party till late.
Saint-Germain-des-Prés is an upmarket district in Paris. Home to some of Paris’s oldest architecture, the district is also a hot bed of nightlife, including Paris’s only lesbian club! Saint-Germain-des-Présis is also home to historic brasseries, such as Les Deux Magots.
Premier nightclub & dance bar for the lesbian community in Paris. While the majority of the crowd is female, Rive Gauche welcomes all LGBT individuals and their allies.
Resident DJ plays an eclectic mix of house, groove, funk and electro in their variety of party nights.
Located at corner of rue du Sabot and Bernard Palissy, in the heart of the iconic Saint-Germain-des-Prés district.
nearest station : Saint-Sulpice
The 8th arrondissement of Paris is a chic neighbourhood in the city that is defined by iconic landmarks such as the Arce De Triomphe. For upscale shops, art museums and a fashionable Parisian crowd, look no further than this district.
12 Avenue George V, Paris
weekday: Showtimes: 8:15pm and 10:45pm
weekend: Saturday Showtimes: 7pm, 9:30pm and 11:45pm
Le Crazy Horse is a glamorous, Parisian cabaret club known for its provocative and sultry cabaret performances from their caste of professional women dancers. Founded by Alan Bernardin in 1951, Le Crazy Horse is a historic cabaret bar.
The strip teases are choreographed by the prolific Philippe Decoulflé, and although not specifically and LGBT venue, Le Crazy Horse is certainly a gay friendly spot along a lesbian tour of Paris.
Located in the 8th Arrondissement of Paris, Le Crazy Horse is place of glamour and style.
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