Soon, a new restaurant will open in the contemporary museum the Palais de Tokyo. With a location right near the Eiffel Tower, the restaurant's outdoor terrace will be a perfect spot to have dinner with a view of this iconic Parisian monument. However, the restaurant is still under construction, and it is far from being ready for the public. So what are visitors supposed to do while waiting for this trendy new restaurant?
Party organizers Rasmus Michau and Adrien Messié have come up with a unique solution to this dilemma. They have created an event called 'Soirées Construction' ('Construction Nights'), and it is happening every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. until the end of July.
Construction Nights are full of great beats, tasty cocktails inventive hors d'oeuvres. You can grab a group of friends and join this outdoor party with a full view of the Eiffel Tower. The menu includes cool snacks that are perfect for the summer heat. Revelers can munch on spring rolls as well as fresh fruit and vegetables. A lively ambiance is guaranteed by the many DJs who are invited to keep the electro music flowing.
As the name implies, party-goers will spend the evening grooving amid boxes and containers as if they were at a real construction site. Once they get tired, they can sit down in chairs made of simple, natural-wood planks. Those who love the underground atmospheres of clubs that are a little rough around the edges will definitely find their place here. Unfortunately, the party stops when the construction advances to the next stage, so guests of the Grands Hotels Parisiens must head over to the Palais du Tokyo before the end of July in order to experience this one-of-a-kind night out.
Terrace on the ground floor of the Palais du Tokyo
13 Avenue du Président Wilson, 75116 Paris
Every Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. until the end of July