Located in a rather residential area, l’Entrepot is one of those typical “cultural” places that tries to combine various forms of art in one place so you can spend your entire evening in one spot.
In the case of L’Entrepot the forms of art are music, cinema, food and exhibitions. But it is the music that made me discover this place at first and it is also the reason why I enjoy coming back here every now and then. I’m a big fan of the small scale concerts that they host and I have seen few places with such a variety in genre as this stage: the few times I have been, I have seen a klezmer orchestra with an Indian singer, a jazz band and an Irish folk group.
But no matter the genre, the concerts I’ve seen here were great. And relaxing, because you’re expected to sit down with a beer and enjoy (do not think crazy dancing though, this is not the place).
The entrance for the concerts is usually € 10 and € 7 if you’ve already had dinner. I have to admit dinners are a bit out of budget for me here (€ 20 for a main dish), although the interior is nice and the quality rather good. But it’s the music that’s worth going down to the 14th arrondissement where it is located.