In keeping with We Are The 90’s evenings and Chronologic that are setting Paris on fire, the teams of Tout Baigne Production and Bonjour/Bonsoir have signed the opening of a new ephemeral bar, the 3615, in homage to the Minitel in the ultra trendy district of Oberkampf.
Right from the start, colours are highlighted with a flashy ambiance of pink neons and a decor that plays out disco years full blast.
Pop culture is front row
Here, the festive decor of the 80’s is side by side with a contemporary style. Just think of a Memphis comeback on the wall, this super graphic motif straight from the disco years, spotted on the stands of Maison & Objet.
A quick throwback to the 90's with a trash smoke room, totally vintage, Trainspotting in style. Full immersion in the scenography of this cult film!
In short, a real creative bubble under the sign of the neon in order to disconnect for an evening between super retro arcade games to dive into Street Fighter, a flipper marvelously regressive pinball machine and even a museum space with collector objects— from the pioneer walkman to kitsch records from Club Dorothéeor Spice Girls, as well as good old K7.
Waking up the Céline sleeping inside you
Nothing would be the same without the super karaoke evening of Wednesday, animated by a DJ with an admirable flow, to sing Céline and ABBA as loudly as possible, neither the Thursday night party to set the dance floor on fire and gyrate to the tune of three musical decades—from the 80s until 2000. A large gap between three periods that marked and influenced our tastes today, between the new wave of The Cure, the eurodance of Gala and the r’n’b of Beyoncé!
And to really enjoy it as it should, it is possible to reserve banquettes between buddies, with a stunning view on the dance floor, cocktails (€12), tap beers (starting at €5) and combo slabs (€20 for 3 persons).
The plus? Animations that change each week in order never to be bored. To be tested asap!
Open on Wednesday from 7pm to 1am and from Thursday to Sunday until 5am.
Also discover the new buzzing Thai at Odéon.