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Tabarin was the street name assumed by the most famous of the Parisian street charlatans, Anthoine Girard.
Tabarin or Bel Tabarin may also refer to:
- Bal Tabarin (Paris), a historic Paris nightclub
- Bimbo's 365 Club, a San Francisco entertainment venue formerly known as Bal Tabarin
- Operation Tabarin, the codename under which the British Antarctic Survey originated in 1944
- Tabarin Peninsula in Antarctica, named after the operation
- Bal Tabarin (film), a 1952 film featuring Argentina Brunetti
- Tabarin, an 1871 play by Paul Ferrier
- Tabarin, an 1885 opera by Emile Pessard
- "Tabarin", a 1951 song by The Hollywood Flames
- Tabarin (film), a 1958 film starring Sylvia Lopez
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