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Bellevilloise’s History

Founded in 1877 near Père Lachaise cemetery, right after the Commune, La Bellevilloise is the first Parisian cooperative built to offer to the middle class an access to political education and culture. A place of resistance where the first commercial exchanges from producer to consumer, early equitable trade and shows took place, La Bellevilloise had a main role in the economical and cultural life of  the eastern Paris from 1910 to 1949.

Since 2005, Renaud Barillet, Fabrice Martinez and Philippe Jupin, three agitators from the living arts production, media and production industry reopened this historical building with a strong project: give a second life to the spirit of La Bellevilloise by creating a huge independent place with artistic activities and happenings for the public, companies and media which is unique in Paris.

Café Restaurants

La Halle :

Real garden in the heart of Paris, The Bellevilloise’s Halle aux Oliviers, its café- restaurant and the privatizable mezzanine shelter on 250m² a bunch of hundred years old olive trees, Washingtonia palm trees, ironware tables and chairs, sofas and coffee table…

Open from Wednesday to Sunday, it’s the perfect place to come dinner at night or just to have a drink while listening to one of the acoustic bands which are performing in this space of verdure. Every Sunday, La Halle aux Oliviers is also hosting a Jazz Band during the Jazz Brunch.

For the birthday part or any kind of events up to 50 persons, we also propose personalisable menus for groups.

For biggest events up to 1000 persons, you must consult the professional section.

Le Forum :

A rough volume from the Art Deco Style with its mezzanines, bar and 5 meters feet height.

It’s the perfect place for the huge exhibitions, art markets and designers shows, prized also by the media for broadcasting set as Les sessions acoustiques from OUI Fm, Radio Libre from France Culture.

Concerning The Terrasse, plonging on Menilmontant’s rooftop, it’s the perfect space for any kind of private, public or evenemential receptions.

Close to the others spaces, this astonishing garden welcomes you between palm trees, flowers, pergola and shady bowers.

Exposed to the south west, people are living there in a holiday atmosphere where everyone can take his time…

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La Bellevilloise : 2000m² for all kind of expressions, experimentations…

Structured on four levels: Club, La Halle aux Oliviers and Terrace, Loft and the Forum, The Bellevilloise’s five spaces are different and complementary and can accommodate up to 1500 people. It is also a flexible, suitable place for big projects, including festivals, meetings, events, which need different areas: scene, meeting rooms, display, projection, catering services…

Privatization :

A dedicated and experienced team able to answer any specific requests of your industry: events, concerts, shows, movies, radio, television, exhibitions, public events and festivals…

A single contact to make of your project a quality time, memorable and successful.

Catering and restaurant integrated : The Bellevilloise also has an original, thematic catering service which is also customizable (world food, French or contemporary food, exotic food…).

A control room full store sound, lighting and furniture.

And what makes the difference : atypical animations, djs, artists, customizable decoration, security guards and valet…

For any privatization or questions, please contact :

Mathieu Ardaillon – 01 53 27 35 75

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  • La Bellevilloise :
    19-21, rue Boyer 75020 Paris
    T. 01 46 36 07 07

    Restaurant reservation

    Privatization :
    T. 01 53 27 35 75 / F. 01 53 27 35 70

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    • Handicapés
    • Restaurants
    • Vélib

  • We are open :
    Wednesday / Thursday : 19h > 1h
    Friday : 19h > 2h
    Saturday : depending on program :
    11h > 2h or 18h > 2h
    Sunday : depending on program :
    11h30 > 17h or 11h30 > midnight

  • Infos pratiques
  • Acces :
    Gambetta (line 3) exit Martin Nadaud
    or Ménilmontant (line 2)
    Bus 26, 61, 69, 96 / Noctilien N16, N34
    10 minutes walk from République
    or Arts et Métiers
    Parking Saint-Fargeau :
    25, rue Saint Fargeau
    vélib 20121, 20035, 20034

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