One of the most spectacular Parisian peniches is Chez Mila, which features a barge on the Seine in front of the Eiffel Tower. Chez Mila, this is the name of this festive terrace set at the Port de Bourdonnais in Paris's 7th arrondissement. Ideally set, this barge provides incredible views of the magnificent Eiffel Tower. If you are looking for a trendy and festive place, you are where you are supposed to be. Both chic and laid-back, this terrace has it all for jet-setters looking for great encounters. To perfect the recipe, the place serves a lovely finger food menu created by Napoli Street. Burratissima, bruschetta toasts, and other boards to share are available to foodies.
For this 3rd edition, the place goes for a floral bohemian-chic decoration designed by Favola Paris. Enjoy music and the great DJ, and Grégoire Schilling and Adama Sambe’s welcome – famous in the night world – teaming up with Anthony Sicot. It goes on a cruise by night for a magical moment.
Here, a chic bohemian atmosphere with a simple guinguette spirit. Comfortable white sofas, vegetal accents, a large cocktail menu, aperitif platters, and finger food are so many elements that make guests appreciate the place. With a pool of rosé, a glass of champagne, or a cold spritz, with friends or colleagues, Chez Mila is the ideal place to chill to the rhythm of trendy music. The club is an extremely trendy address that, in the space of a few weeks, has become the benchmark for beautiful people. On this dream barge, you can admire a magnificent sunset and let yourself be carried away by a second part of the evening under the sign of wonder.
It has opened as soon as the pandemic quarantine restrictions have loosened up but taking that it is a "houseboat" the space available is very limited so it's best to book your VIP table at least one week in advance and do not expect to be able to get in just by rocking up at the entrance, the guest list is extremely limited as well.
The boat remains anchored at the dock therefore there's no need to bring a life vest which might not suit the dress code anyway! Be sure to wear something chic, fancy, or smart casual, you might not be allowed to step on the boat if your outfit is not dressy enough but it's also not the place to wear a full red carpet gown, opt for a cocktail dress instead.