You might have heard of a new buzz on the cocktail scene in Paris : The Chamber. If you are still wondering what lies behind this mysterious word, the concept is simple : you sign up to be a member and get invited to unique events promoting cocktails.

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What is the added value compared to all the existing cocktail bars ?

Members will be introduced by the lovely Forest, cocktail aficionado from 52 Martinis, to new and unusual products that they wouldn’t normally try.

You will get a “going out in Paris” experience, which will be much more personal and unique than what you just find when you go out to a bar.

This will also be the opportunity for you to join a community of food and drink-minded people,  a new way to socialize at events created specifically for the community.

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What kind of events will be organised ?

Master classes, cocktail brunches in private homes or wine tastings. You will even enjoy privatised bars for special events.

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How do I join ?

The annual membership is 120 Euros. It gives you access to all events, which are run at cost. Non members can also come to experience before signing up with an additional administrative fee

The club will be limited to 500 members. In any case, as a member, you can always bring a + 1 , so one membership is as good as two, actually.

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When is the next event ?

The next event is already taking place this Tuesday 22nd and Wednesday 23rd. If you feel like trying some delicious bubbly drinks, finger food from the Kale Project or even nail art, this is the place to be. You can register here for the event.

Another event will be on this Thursday for all whisky connoisseurs. Locations and events will change to keep it interesting for everybody. They will also depend on the activity, the featured products and the number of people.

To follow the agenda, here are the next Chamber’s events .

To learn more about Parisian cocktail bars, you can check out 52 Martinis

Photo credits : ©TheChamberParis

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