Le Palace, that name must ring a bell, right? Nothing surprising there, since it was a legendary club in the 70s and 80s, linked to pop music and the rise of the gay culture. Big names made appearances at this House of Cool, THE place to be: Lagarfeld, Warhol, Jagger, Mitterand, Ardisson…and now, Jules!
But since those days, the Palace has noticeably changed direction. Today, it is a theatre. Since Valérie Lemercier’s inaugural show in 2008, this theatre has welcomed numerous artists, comedians, humorists including Pierre Palmade, Liane Foly, Calogero, Florence Foresti, Stéphane Rousseau (to name a few!)
When Jules leaves the Palace, he is often famished and it is not unlike him to head straight to the Privilège, the Palace’s restaurant-club. The cuisine is original, honoring traditional French cuisine. Lamb Shanks, wasabi beef strips, but New York burger, chicken yakitori and fried gambas are also available!
The chic and design atmosphere of the Privilège is also worth the detour: refined, The room features a nice, yet show-off and jet set feel. A place to see and to be seen. In a nutshell, a place that is 100% Parisian.