France – Club Berri opens as France’s sixth gaming clubBy Phil - 12 November 2019
A sixth gaming club opened in Paris on October 15 with Club Berri, located at 11 rue de Berri (8th), close to the Champs-Elysees, opening as an intimate venue.
Covering just 300 m2 of floor space, eight tables will be available to players, as well as a bar that will be reminiscent of the legendary Bellagio Las Vegas. The venue said it ‘would like to become a must-see Paris night address for gamers but also to enjoy a cocktail in the most intimate part of the capital.’
Located in the heart of the Parisian Golden Triangle, between the Champs-Elysées and the bustling rue de Ponthieu, in the former premises of the Cercle Gallion, the club has a ‘cozy atmosphere and is intimate with neat decoration.
The Berri Club will offer two Punto Banco tables, two 21 poker tables and three Ultimate poker tables, as well as a Texas Hold’em table for Cash Game games.
Patrick Delahaye, President of the Club Berri, said: “We are independent, we want to emphasise the meaning of hospitality and service. Above all, we want players to feel good.”
The entry fee will be €15, €150 for an annual subscription. The club will be open from 9 pm to 5 am, Tuesday to Saturday.