Named after the French artist whose "Horse Fair" is prominently displayed in the Metropolitan Museum in New York, the Rosa Bonheur is a "guinguette," a place to drink, eat and dance. Tucked away in 19th century open-air dance hall in Butes Chaumont Park, it is an escape from the city by day and on Sundays into the evening a gathering place for the LGBTQ crowd. Michelle Cassaro, one of the owners, previously ran Pulp, a Lesbian bar that closed in 2007.
Rosa Bonheur, Paris, France
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One of my favorite place in Paris ! The bar is into the "Butte Chaumont" a big and wonderful park around a lake. When you arrived at the Rosa bonheur you have a big terrace and a little house, you will not feel in Paris just in a peaceful place.
This place have been created by the creator of the pulp; it was one of the most famous Lesbien and friends clubs, so you can meet easily gay and...