The mural on the left side of Le Cabaret Lounge portrays a sexy lady tapping on the keys of a piano with her sky-high red heels. On other walls, silhouettes in glowing windows depict men and women who are drinking, smoking, dancing and chatting each other up.
We think these things pretty much epitomize the atmosphere at Le Cabaret Lounge. It's a fabulous little spot to lounge around at Paris Las Vegas.
Tucked in a corner near the resort's north entrance off Las Vegas Boulevard, you'll spot red velvet curtains on the stage and on the arch where to get in, but you won't see much else…at least not from the outside. Oh, you'll hear music and lots of laughter. It'll draw you over. You may even try to peek above the high booths or between the faux tree branches. No luck. You'll just have to walk in and check this place out for yourself.
You won't regret it. Le Caberet Lounge mixes all the best elements of a French bistro and a Vegas casino bar.
It's hard to imagine a better, more affordable way to while away an evening than by sipping cocktails and listening to music spun by DJs or played by really talented lounge bands. There's a two-drink minimum, but things are so laid-back at Le Cabaret Lounge that the waitresses will rarely ever bother you about that.