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To get away from the overloaded Rue de Lappe in the Bastille quarter, frequented by students and tourists, follow the Rue de la Roquette to a little bar that’s close by but a world away. Tape Bar recalls New York’s underground dive scene with its mix-tape, street-art feel, and is owned by friendly, dynamic young people who leave graffiti artists to express themselves on the walls and the DJs to mix mostly hip-hop and funk sets, with some dubstep, drum’n’bass and rock as well. The ambiance is relaxed, the drinks affordable, the hipster crowd young, and it all stays humming until late. During happy hour, cocktails and hot dogs are at €4, a real bargain.
|Venue name:||Tape Bar - CLOSED|
21 rue de la Roquette
|Opening hours:||Tous les jours de 18h à 2h|
|Transport:||Métro : Bastille ou Bréguet-Sabin|
|Price:||Bières à 2,50 euros|