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Gentlemen 1919: A gentlemen’s club where women are welcome!

Reminiscent of the Cotton Club with its industrial metal fittings, paneling, leather, soft lighting, carefully selected furnishings and vintage drawings, Gentlemen 1919 is a private haven for gentlemen in the capital. This 150 sq.m. space created by a group of friends – Frédéric Lafleur (who once worked with Ducasse), Sébastien Paucod (hairdresser and barber), Maxime Simmonneau (formerly of the Regina) and the young Fiona Lang – takes its cue from the netherworlds of the prohibition era. Hidden at the heart of the luxury barber’s store, a door opens onto an unexpected cocktail bar serving some fifty kinds of whisky and a sophisticated English-style smoking room complete with a fine collection of Havana cigars. This unique space with a chic, warm atmosphere has a friendly, genuine feel – a sort of celebration of the Roaring Twenties. Although women are unlikely to spend much time in the barber’s chair, they are more than welcome in Gentlemen’s secret bar.

Closed Sunday and Monday

Gentlemen 1919

11 Rue Jean Mermoz, 75008, Paris Phone : +33 (0)1 42 89 42 59 www.gentlemen1919.com
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