The Mojo Terrace: Summer Dancing Right on the Seine

The Mojo Terrace: Summer Dancing Right on the Seine
During the summer months, the nighttime venue Peniche Le Quai opens up its terrace so that Paris visitors and residents alike can soak up the sun while enjoying a lively atmosphere. The terrace, called 'Mojo,' is open every Saturday during the summer and it invites patrons to grab a drink and hit the dance floor until the late in the night. From 5:30 p.m. until 2 a.m., the Mojo terrace combines a trendy, 'dandy' ambiance with activities specially conceived for these evenings.

The music played during Mojo nights revolves mostly around the funky house genre, with participating artists including Budi, Phen and Cherokee. Those who work up an appetite dancing can try out the Mojo food menu. From tapas to burgers and wraps, the Peniche Le Quai offers more than just drinks and dancing.

In addition to the Mojo terrace on summer Saturdays, the Peniche Le Quai also organizes after-work events every Thursday starting at 7:00 p.m. Even if you are on holiday, you can still come by and check out how hard-working Parisians entertain themselves after hours. Even those who do not like dancing can appreciate the chic lounge atmosphere of the venue, which is actually a barge docked on the Seine. The barge is located across from the Orangerie Museum and next to the Musée d'Orsay, so culture vultures can check out some art and then scope out the party scene nearby.

Guests staying at one of the Grands Hôtels Parisiens will appreciate the central location of the Peniche Le Quai, which is found in the 7th arrondissement — close to the Louvre, the Assemblée Nationale and the Jardin des Tuileries.