Alcazar d'Été

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Poster of Jules Chéret for Alcazar d'été (1895).
The Pavillon Gabriel in 2019.

The Alcazar d'Été was a Café-concert which opened in 1869, at 8 Avenue Gabriel in Paris, and closed in 1914.

The old Café Morel behind the Élysée Palace was acquired in 1869 by Arsène Goubert who at the time was owner of the "Alcazar" at 10 Rue du Faubourg Poissonière. He gave it the name "Alcazar d'Été", and the "Alcazar" became "Alcazar d'Hiver". It is today the "Pavilion Gabriel".

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External links[edit]

  • See many contemporary posters by Jules Chéret advertising Alcazar d'Été


François Caradec & Alan Weill, Le Café-Concert, Fayard, 2007 (in French)

Coordinates: 48°52′04″N 2°19′03″E / 48.8677°N 2.3176°E / 48.8677; 2.3176