Caveau de la Huchette
The exceptional atmosphere of this mythical jazz club recalls the great era of the Cotton Club and the Savoy.
Once called “Caveau de la Terreur”, then “Théâtre de la chanson” when it hosted Les Frères Jacques, Léo Ferré, Georges Brassens and the first sketches by Roger Pierre and Jean Marc Thibault, the Caveau de la Huchette even inspired Alan Sytner, founder of the equally famous club The Cavern in Liverpool, inseparable from the Beatles.
Since 1946, the greatest names in jazz have performed within its walls, including Memphis Slim, Art Blakey, Lionel Hampton and even Sacha Distel, to name but a few. Today, the Caveau is renewing its programming by welcoming contemporary big bands, groups or soloists.
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Days and opening hours
All year round between 9 PM and 2.30 AM. Till 4 am on Friday & Staurday nights.