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Stringfellow's Nightclub In Paris

It was in the 1950's that Paris became renowned for its artistic and elegant interpretation of strip tease, however over the years other forms of entertainment took over, but in the 1980's it travelled to America in the form of table dancing and then returned back to Paris at Stringfellow's.

Peter Stringfellow had expanded from the original British club in London and opened up a venue in Paris which was running for seven years, where you could get to see beautiful dancers each night, that always reveal themselves with an air of discretion, elegance and mystery performing the French art of strip-tease and table-dancing.

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Stringfellow's Night Club In Paris

There were usually between thirty and forty gorgeous dancers every night at the Stringfellow's restaurant and nightclub in Paris, which was situated in the 17th arrondissement, just minutes from the Place de l'Etoile.

The old fashioned luxury of the decor in the form of wood panelling, velvet upholstered chairs, fairytale lighting and fringed lamps gave the place a feel of a fantasy man's boudoir from another era and some say that it resembled a Shanghai dancing club from the 1920's and 1930's but with an erotic, yet fun ambience.

However, after 7 years of Stringfellows in Paris they are now closed as they are looking at changing location.  Stringfellows Paris are no longer operating at the old address and have no connection whatsoever with any other club in Paris, but the good news is that there is going to be a new site in the centre of Paris just off the Champs Elysees.

Yet once they are back open, you may find it a little difficult to concentrate on your plate while in the Stringfellow's restaurant, even though the French cuisine will definitely deserve your full attention, as the dishes will be prepared with the finest fresh ingredients as they were before.

Also, did you know that Peter Stringfellow himself hands out "Solid Gold Membership Cards" to loyal patrons?  And yes, the card is actually made of solid gold, but they cannot be purchased, and are only presented to special VIP members!

Quick Reference..

Now closed until a new venue opens.

Suitable for people over 18 years of age only in smart casual dress.  No jeans or trainers are allowed and you will often find men in suits.

Address & Contact Details:

Stringfellow's now only in two venues in London

Covent Garden - Telephone +44 (0) 20 7240 5534
Soho - Telephone +44 (0) 20 7758 0670

Stringfellows NightClub In Paris

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