Need to laugh or have a moment to let off steam? Do you want to sit down and eat well? The Fridge is the answer...

We discovered the Fridge, a bar-restaurant Comedy Club with an American look but a French replica!

If you are looking for a place to have dinner with friends with conviviality and good atmosphere, we invite you to the Fridge, a comedy restaurant that secretly unveils its different rooms (inspired by the speakeasy bars of the Prohibition era) as the evening goes on.

Here we live an authentic stand-up experience with a 70-seat Comedy Room. At the initiation of these places? The comedian Kev Adams. This last one had the opportunity during his career to go up on the American scene on several occasions. He wanted to share his experience as a French artist and pay tribute to the humoristic culture of the United States. A combination that appeals to many!

To start the evening, go down to the bar for a drink. You'll discover a chic and casual cocktail bar decorated with candles, chandeliers and century-old oak furniture. The bar's marble countertop contrasts well with the surrounding art and street art decor.

Sit on a stool and order from the bartenders and mixologists dressed in overalls. They listen to the desires of each person and propose the ideal cocktail. The cocktails served are creations carefully concocted by these experts and are named after Anglo-Saxon comedians/artists such as Robin Williams.

Want to continue the evening? Feeling a little hungry, want to sit down to dinner?

Venture beyond the cocktail bar by finding and passing through the secret door, and enter the intimate universe of Chef Ruben Sfez. It is here a cuisine of sharing that is proposed, elaborated with quality products and sourced in France, whether for the accompaniments (vegetables) or for the main products of the dish (meat, fish). If you stay to eat there, you will not be disappointed by the exquisite level of greed! This restaurant can accommodate up to 50 diners and has a two-course service.

The decoration has a refined and atypical design. The second room in the extension of the first is decorated with large unstructured frescos.


We particularly recommend the Eddy Murphy cocktail, made with verbena-infused mescal, pear liqueur, lemon juice, prosecco and grapefruit oleo.  For the main course, we recommend trying the delicious cordon bleu: breaded chicken bites, veal bacon, veggie cheddar, sumac sauce, all served with mashed potatoes.

Push through the basement door and finally arrive in the Comedy Room to watch the show to close your evening.

We are directly transported across the Atlantic on New York soil with vintage benches, brick walls and frescoes. But discover on the stage artists with French humor!

The concept: 5 surprise artists who take turns to perform for 1 hour. You will not know in advance the artists present for your evening… so don’t wait any longer to book!

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