The Paradis Latin is the oldest Parisian cabaret with origins dating back from 1802, the year Napoléon Bonaparte had the Théâtre Latin built on Rue des Fossés-Saint-Victor. The inauguration followed the year after.
In 1830, the Théâtre Latin would become one of the hot spots where artists, the middle-class, writers, poets, journalists, politicians, intellectuals, students, working-class people, retailers, aristocrats… would meet.
Balzac, Dumas, both father and son, Mérimée would become regulars.
Modernized by Gustave Eiffel in 1889, the Paradis Latin became one of the most famous cabarets in Paris. In a warm and family atmosphere, discover the temple of glamor and elegance while savoring refined cuisine which will enthrall your taste buds.