Cesar Palace Cabaret Show in Paris
This cabaret venue in Paris has lunch shows that are ideal for all the family, along with dinner shows with dancing of an evening, with both having a wide variety of entertainment including a mimic, magician, comedian, the traditional style cabaret dancers and much more.
About Cesar Palace Cabaret in Paris
With a full name of Cesar Palace Paris, this cabaret venue has been running for around twenty years and provides lunch shows and dinners shows that combine elegancy, sensuality and humour with a wide variety of acts, which are suitable for children and adults.
You will find the decor inside this venue is typical of a cabaret style music hall in Paris that, although can accommodate up to 250 people, has a warm and inviting, quite intimate atmosphere that is ideal for groups or couples, plus all of the tables have good views of the stage.
The newest show, or Revue, as it is known, is called the Journal Palace and under a new artistic direction you will be presented with humour, glamour and a wide variety of different acts to keep you enthralled for a fun filled afternoon or evening.
Lunch show at Cesar Palace
If you prefer the idea of a lunch and afternoon entertainment in Paris instead of a dinner evening, then this is one of the cabarets in the city that can accommodate you, whether it be with the family and children or even for a business event.
The doors to the Cesar Palace Paris open at noon for the lunch, which is followed by dancing at 1.30pm then the Journal Palace Revue follows at 2.30pm.
The most reasonable of these is the Cancan menu at €68 as of 2013 with a set menu including salmon quiche followed by a shoulder of lamb and potato gratin, etc, along with French wine served at discretion.
However, there is also the Day Menu, as it is known, and as of 2013 this is a cost of €79 per person for the lunch, show and dancing. And for this you are provided with a Kir Royal, then a choice of two different starters such as Puy lentils with Foie Gras followed by a two choice main courses such as Skate wing with lemon butter and rice.
Both of these also include the famous cheese Brie on a bed of salad and a dessert, yet with the latter option, as well as the wine served at discretion you also get a glass of champagne with dessert.
Dinner show at Cesar Palace
This particular cabaret in Paris has been classed as the most humorous dinner show in the city that is a mix between impersonators, magicians, entertainers, the dancers and the traditional cancan, comedians, music hall style acts and much more, that combine with the dinner and the dancing to make a truly fabulous day or evening to remember.
For the evening show, the doors to the Cesar Palace Paris open at 7.30pm, letting you can relax in a convivial atmosphere before enjoying your dinner followed by the Revue that takes place from 10pm until midnight, which is then followed by dancing until 2am.
The basic dinner menu is called the Comedians Menu at €68 as of 2013 and has a choice of two starters followed by a choice of two main course such as Beef Bourguignon with boiled potatoes, a dessert and a half bottle of Bordeaux wine from the Aquitaine region of France.
Then you have the Songbooks Menu for €83 as of 2013 and again has two different choices such as smoked salmon with toast followed by duck confit with potato gratin for instance.
The Menu French Cancan at €90 is a set menu that includes an additional course of the famous French cheese delicacy of cuisine called Brie, which is presented on a bed of salad and for this you also get a glass of champagne while dancing.
However, the ultimate indulgence at the Cesar Palace cabaret is called the Artists Menu for €98 and as of 2013 you start the evening with a Kir Royal followed by a choice of starter. Then you have a choice of main course such as a fillet of beef with porcini gratin potatoes, the dessert, along with a half bottle of Bordeaux wine and a half bottle of champagne, plus coffee to round off the evening.
Access to Cesar Palace Cabaret
For either a lunch show or dinner show with dancing at this cabaret in Paris you do have to make a reservation in advance, which does have to be done either online or by telephone on +33 (0) 1 45 44 46 20.
For the lunch time show the doors open at noon, whereas the doors open at 7.30pm for a dinner show at the Cesar Palace, and the evening does not finish until 2am, but we would like to point out that if you require a locker for any belongings such as coats, umbrellas, etc, then these are a cost of €2.
You will find the Cesar Palace located in the 15th Arrondissement close to many offer tourist attractions in Paris such as the Tour Montparnasse Tower, which is the only sky scraper in the city with the highest restaurant in Europe called the Ciel de Paris, and this is located only around 200 metres away.
It is also,situated close to the Gare Montparnasse train station that serves the metro lines 4, 6, 12 and 13 along with the RER and TGV trains from further afield and above this you have the Jardin Atlantique Garden with museums like the Musee Jean Moulin dedicated to the French Resistance fighter.
In addition to this other museums in Paris like the Musee Bourdelle dedicated to the artist and sculptor, the Musee Pasteur dedicated to Louis Pasteur and many others are also located close by, so this cabaret venue is an ideal place to round off an evening after exploring the area.
But if you are travelling here via your own transport, then we would like to point out that the Cesar Palace has a partnership with the Tour Montparnasse car park, that makes it more reasonable to park your car here of an evening.