“Games of chance”
This multipurpose new-age community center in Paris’ 18th arrondissement, which the city created out of a reclaimed out-of-use train station with the help of local artists is worth a visit.
This trendy space offers a wide range of activities, events, support groups and also boasts a restaurant, whose menu varies from tapas and beer to brunches and more substantial meals.
Yoga, Meditation, improve theater to name a few are of course in French but there is a vast choice of musical events ranging from House, Disco, Indie pop and more, music, as everyone knows is an international language!
The 18th district is a neighborhood full of charm and surprises. If you would like to get to know it like a native, there’s no better way than to stay there. There is an array of affordable options.
At the Village Montmartre, for instance, you can take advantage of the upbeat and friendly atmosphere to explore Sacré-Cœur and Montmartre. Le Montclair Montmartre is more familial. And if you feel more in the mood for a quieter venue, choose a Boutique hotel like the Caulaincourt Square or the Plug-Inn and stroll about this very picturesque setting.
Le Hasard Ludique metro 13 porte de Saint-Ouen.