Behind the neon-lit red door, the Mikado music bar opens at 10pm. Lit by a few Japanese lanterns, the Dancing du Mikado is reminiscent of the old opium bars of the 1920s.
In a subdued, Japanese atmosphere, between 50 and 120 people can gather.
The Mikado, a historic venue where the greatest names have paraded, from Josephine Baker to Edith Piaf, is now yours to organize luncheon or dinner cocktails, afterworks or corporate parties.
Also, turntables and a disco ball are at your disposal so that a DJ can set the rhythm of your evenings until 3am.
We open the Mikado's doors to the public on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, but don't worry, privatization is possible every other day of the week.
The Mikado can also be privatized during the day for up to 30 people to host your conferences, study days or seminars.
Privatization on request :
+33 1 42 81 99 17