Combining the appeal of an exclusive French club bistro bar with the vibrant energy of a top of the line nightclub, Studio Paris Chicago (AKA Club Paris Chicago to the locals) is one of the most sought-out event spaces and dance clubs in Chicago. Opening in 2011, so many parties & memories have been made beneath the room’s glass roof. Boasting a state-of-the-art Funktion One sound system and an unrivaled audio-visual experience, Studio Paris Chicago has hosted some of the biggest names in electronic music: Tiesto, DeadMau5, Avicii, Kaskade, and Calvin Harris making Studio Paris unlike any of the other spots in Chicago.
In addition, Paris Club Chicago attracts some of the most popular open-format deejays in the country, including artists like DJ Vice, DJ Spider, DJ Politik and DJ Five, as well as live performances by A-list artists like Jason Derulo, LMFAO, Rita Ora, Rev Run and CeeLo Green. On any given night, Studio Paris will entertain a mix of celebrities, top athletes and influencers from the world of fashion and entertainment. and one of the most sought after bottle service dance clubs in the city.
Being such a hot spot, you won't find many free offerings at this Paris Club Bistro Bar. Studio Paris Bottle service prices are on the higher-end. Starting at about $1000 for a group of 10 people, prices go up depending on group size and table locations. If there is a big name performance, expect to pay more as well. On the other hand, cover charges start at $20 for guys with ladies usually being free. Again, if there is a special event or performance, expect to pay a hefty fee.
Upon arrival, don't get flustered by the front door set up. Unlike most nightclubs, Studio Paris has no standard line. People bunch up near the door & mob the bouncers. Unless you have a table, you have to arrive early. Otherwise, you will not get the bouncers attention. The club will not give you a refund on any tickets you purchased online either.
Hours: 9PM - 2AM (3AM on Saturdays)
Address: 59 W Hubbard St (2nd Floor)
Dress code: Looking forward to a night in paris? Dress code is fancy. Shirts, sports coats, and snazzy shoes. Unless you truly know anyone at the front door, DO NOT wear anything too casual. High fashion is okay if you don't look like Crusty the Clown.
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