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Queen (CLOSED)

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2 out of 5 stars

Time Out says

2 out of 5 stars

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Looking for glitz, glam, and sparkles? Queen is as close as you’re going to get in old gay Paris. This institution was home to artistic director David Guetta in the early '90s when it was the place for the gay club scene. These days, it hosts parties every night catering to all tastes and sexualities, leaving Sunday night the dedicated evening for gay parties.  Though some of the shine has worn off, it’s still loads of fun for guys to bring their girlfriends who want to see gay nightlife à la Carrie Bradshaw. Popular among gay travellers who have heard of Queen’s fame 20 years ago, many locals cross it off their list while the trendy younger set put it at the top of their place to be seen. Located along the club-laden Champs-Elysées, this is also one of the chicest addresses for clubbing in Paris, with prices to match, so bring a few extra euros if you plan on having a drink or two beyond the one included in the €20 entrance fee.

By: Bryan Pirolli



Address: 102 av des Champs-Elysées

Transport: Metro: George V
Price: €15 Mon-Thur, Sun; €20 Fri, Sat
Opening hours: 12mid-7am Mon-Thur, Sun; 12mid-8am Fri, Sat
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