La Bellevilloise is an independent cultural place in the heart of Paris, is the perfect place to come for dinner or just to have a drink. Created in the art deco style this is the perfect place for huge exhibitions, art markets, designers shows, and more.
December 6, 2019
L'éclectisme de ce lieu original ne peut que vous plaire !
September 6, 2019
Très bel espace proposant expositions culturelles, un bar et des soirées thématiques.
August 11, 2019
Cultural, restaurant, and parties place
February 8, 2020
concert, bar and night club
December 22, 2019
Cosy place, good vibes, tasty food and amazing outdoor options on summer time !
September 5, 2019
This place is close from the flat, it is a restaurant, a concert hall and a club. Depends on the events of the night. Go check the website. The plus is that there is a quite nice terrasse where you can enjoy your drink outside.
September 4, 2019
The best concerts of the neighbourhood
August 4, 2019
Set up near Ménilmontant Métro station and nestled in a corner of Paris that’s quickly rising to become one of the city’s hip, modern hang-outs, you’ll find La Bellevilloise. By day, it’s an art and cultural center for exhibitions, film screenings, concerts and events, with a ambiently lit café. By…
“La Maroquinerie's former life as a leather factory is little in evidence these days. It's now a bright café and bar in competition with La Bellevilloise, with a coveted downstairs concert venue that hosts the odd literary debate and a wealth of cool music acts. It's home to the Inrocks Indie Club nights, but there are still traces of its world music roots. The food is excellent - you can eat your way through the menu quite reasonably for around €25 - and wine sourced from across France starts at €3 a glass. The interior, with exposed brick, is cosy, and in summer chirpy locals invade the shaded terrace.”
“Dive into the spirit of Belleville. Meet the locals. Enjoy a spectacular view on Paris, the Eifell towel and many more. Tip : perfect for the sunday brunch, having a drink in the evening, or for a romantic view of the sunset.”