Façade du Club de jazz Le Petit Journal Saint-Michel, Paris

Le Petit Journal Saint-Michel

With its pretty green front and its beautiful vaulted cellar, Le Petit Journal Saint-Michel offers you a jazzy break in the heart of the Latin Quarter, a stone's throw from the Luxembourg Garden.

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Push the steel doors of the beautiful glass veranda of this former French factory. The traditional and simple cuisine, brasserie atmosphere is therefore… delicious. Choose one of the two menus (with, among others, duck confit, foie gras or a warm goat's cheese salad) and settle into this charming setting, with its exposed stones and soft, dimmed light.

Brass, piano and swing jazz lovers will be delighted. The jazz band, quartet and quintet are led by Claude Bolling, Fabrice Eulry, Marcel Zanini and the dashing Dixieland Seniors who pay tribute to Sydney Bechet or Peggy Lee. One could have met Sacha Distel, the Golden Gate Quartet or Stéphane Grappelli in a friendly atmosphere where the musicians always full of humour mix with fans of all ages and all styles with joy.

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71 Boulevard Saint-Michel
75005 Paris 5ème

Days and opening hours

Every day throughout the year. Closed Monday and Sunday.



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Spoken languages

  • French
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71 Boulevard Saint-Michel
75005 Paris 5ème

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  • CPR / Hélène Tonnelier