25€ cover charge- but boy is it worth it! Absolutely amazing experience. Can drink, eat, or sit and listen. Went during the week and it was not crowded. Got there 10min till doors opened and got a seat up front. Artist was amazing and I...More
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This jazz club had just the right atmosphere: dark, intimate, and non-smoking, at least when we were there.t in line 30 minutes before to get a good seat.
On spec we walked into Duc des Lombards to hear some jazz. The venue is tight but that suits the ambiance. We paid our entry and were shown a good table with good viewing. The staff offered food and drink so we chose a good...More
Really enjoyed the experience. You have to book and get their early as it gets busy. There are two sittings one at 7.30 and one at 9.30. It was worth the money and the band was fantastic. I will definitely go there again
We were visiting Paris for 3 nights and wanted a club with live music and drinks. Our hotel suggested Duc's and it was great. Small atmospheric club with simple food and drinks options. It's a very intimate experience but one that fitted well with us....More
This is an excellent place to hear jazz! We went on a Monday night to hear the Switch Trio, who were wonderful. The club is small and intimate, and the seating was on a first come first basis. Out waiter was friendly and efficient, and...More
Duc des Lombards is an intimate space with a constantly changing, diverse program of both jazz 'stars' of today and ones likely to be the stars of tomorrow. The key to maximizing your enjoyment is to cue no later than 30 minutes before the concert...More
We had the idea this was one of the premier jazz clubs in Paris but were so disappointed - not by the music which was fine, but the food was unbelievable - a bowl of diced chicken followed promptly by chocolate mousse - in Paris...More
Great time until I saw 2 mice scampering about the floor....hard for me to enjoy anything after that! When I told the manager/bartender, he said "this is Paris! they are everywhere!" Really?