The City of Lights may be one of Europe’s more refined destinations, known for its rich literary, artistic, and intellectual heritage, but an evening of cabaret entertainment at César Palace Paris offers travelers an experience that’s full of glitz, glam, and fun that’s oh so French and sure to leave a lasting impression.
Traditional cancan girls in rhinestone costumes and high-flying acrobats guarantee a good time during a 2-hour show full of nonstop Parisian wonder. Travelers can tuck into a 3-course meal of French delicacies served alongside regional wines while the cabaret’s top performers sing, dance, and juggle. An enticing alternative to the standard dinner and a movie, a visit to César Palace Paris offers visitors a top-notch night of live entertainment. The show is ever popular, so book your ticket online in advance to avoid disappointment.
Things to Know Before You Go
- César Palace Paris is a must-visit for an evening of outlandish entertainment.
- Shows typically last one hour and 15 minutes.
- For the full dinner-and-show experience, set aside three hours and 15 minutes.
How to Get There
The closest Paris Metro stations to César Palace Paris are Montparnasse-Bienvenüe (on lines 4, 6, 12, and 13) and Falguière (on line 12). Bus lines 92, 94, 95, and 96 all stop nearby at the Gare Montparnasse stop.
When to Get There
At César Palace Paris, doors open at 7:30pm and the dinner commences at 8pm; the theater advises arriving 15 minutes early. If you’re only going to see the show, try to arrive 30 minutes before the 10pm start time. After the show, you can dance the night away in the theater—until closing time around 2am.
The first cabarets made their appearance on the Parisian scene in the late 19th century and are still going strong throughout the city. César Palace Paris opened in 1990 and quickly established itself as one of the city’s most respected cabaret theaters. Since 2011, it has been under the direction of Frank Clerico, descendant of the Clericos, one of biggest cabaret families in Paris and creators of the Lido of Paris and the Moulin Rouge.