by Jane Rosenstein
(Le Lido Paris) – On November 24, 2015 the winners of the trophies of the night, a celebration similar to the Oscars but for night clubs and bars was held at Le Lido in Paris. Ysabel Castela, President and Director Général of Hop Pop Pop Communication invited me and Ophélie who works with her welcomed me.photo credit David Champertauld
The following is a list of the winners:
Trophy for the Moment of the Apéritif (a drink before dinner)
- Le Wood in Aix-en Provence
Trophy for Young Entrepreneur
- Sylvai Chérubin form Lyon
Trophy for the Terrace
- Le Milk in Montpellier
It was opened in 2012 and is a good place to have drinks on the terrace.
Trophy for the Unusual
- Les Quais des Bananes in Lille
The restaurant has many kinds of cocktails.
Trophy for the Creation and of Innovation
Le Road House Café in Doussard It is café, restaurant concert hall and bar. The café was transformed from a previous night site into an American restaurant.
Trophy for Quality and Service
- L’Arc in Paris
Tropy for Prevention
- Le Duplex Club in Biarritz
Tropy for the Happenings Outside
- La Folice Douce by Le Majestic in Cannes
This establishment on the beach features theme soirées, DJs and clubbing under the sky.
The chefs offer a menu of fresh local food.
Trophies of Honor 2015
The city of Lyon for its dynamic management and festive night life
Marie Garreau fot the organization of his soirées “Chérie Chérie”.
During the evening I had the pleasure of meeting Martine Super Star , a comedian in Paris, who has perfomed in USA..photo credit David Champertauld
After seeing the fabulous revue “Paris Merveilles” presented by the dancers, acrobats and singers of the Lido all the attendees were invited to L’Arc, near the Arc de Triumphe.
At this night club, called a boîte in French, there were hard drinks from the sponsors along with mixers as well as the usual drinks. The place was crowded with guests from Trophées de La Nuit 2015. I met Xavier Coignard, from Heineken, one of the sponsors of Trophies de la Nuit.
During the night, a group of entertainers appeared from La Esplendida a company that provides unique entertainment. They had a show of 2 parades of 25 mins each featuring a man carrying a large snake, jugglers, singers, acrobats and a man who juggled fire. Many people wrapped the kind snake around their collars.photo credit David Champertauld
The DJs spung tunes and people danced until about 5 a.m. It was a great evening.
Jane Rosenstein is a U.S. citizen living in Paris, France. She is a professional translator/interpreter. She is the owner of The International Connection which does international marketing consultation including sales of wine, interpretation, and translation.
She enjoys the cultural life that living in Paris offers and has talents in organizing events. She speaks English, French, and Spanish. She has a B.S. degree in mathematics from the University of Pittsburgh and an M.B.A. degree from Georgia State University in Atlanta, GA.