In a past life this was one of Paris' most popular gay clubs, but things have changed since then, and the Queen club is now almost completely straight (apart from Sundays) and definitely house/techno.
Open every day of the week (just in case you need to bop your socks off on a Tuesday), the crowd is fairly young, although the VIP area is available for those who want a seat and some (relative) peace & quiet.
Although its days as the hottest place in town are far behind it, it's quite a large club for the area, and the selection of DJs isn't half bad. If you don't know your way around electronic music and just want a good dance, the Queen could be a good choice.
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