Originally a 1920s villa, but recently turned restaurant/bar, Le Parc Savoy is located behind the grassy boulevard and stately embassies on Avenue Franklin D.Roosevelt. You can’t miss Le Parc Savoy as it’s the only house in the neighborhood illuminated by florescent pink flood lights.
Open Thursday through Saturday, from 19:00 onwards, Le ParcSavoy offers a comfortable mix of socialising, drinks and dancing.
After entering the foyer and checking-in your coat, turn right to the first bar and have a seat at the high tables amid the 1960s like house decor – complete with shaggy carpet.
Alternatively, head to the bar at the other end of the house and nestle in on the comfortable and stylish couches.
This former villa offers two levels of white leather couches and chairs for your hanging- out pleasure. Often, event and student organisations take over the main level and throw opento-
the-public parties, while private parties are hosted upstairs. For organised party nights, the cover charge is between 5 and 10 euro, but it’s generally free on ordinary nights.
Le Parc Savoy attracts a range of expats as well as locals looking to chat over a glass of wine or get down for an end-ofthe-night boogie. On Friday and Saturday nights, the tables and chairs are pushed aside, creating space to move and mingle while the DJ plays all the popular hits.
Then again, you can just sit back and be mesmerised by the images on the numerous flat-screen televisions.
Le Parc Savoy is a great place to start your evening out with a drink - or to end your night of dancing.
Le Parc Savoy
Place Marie José, 9
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