The stylish connotations of the name "Trocadero" derive from the Battle of Trocadero in southern Spain, a citadel held by liberal Spaniard forces that was taken by the French troops sent by Louis XVIII of France, in 1823. The battle was commemorated in the Place du Trocadéro, Paris, and the monumental glamor of the Parisian site has given rise to a variety of locales bearing its name.
Trocadero may refer to:
Restaurants and clubs:
- London Trocadero, a restaurant which opened in 1896, now a shopping complex
- Trocadero, Birmingham, England, a pub
- Trocadero (Los Angeles), a 1930s ballroom and a modern nightclub
- Trocadero Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, now a concert hall and dance club
- Trocadero, San Francisco, a roadhouse
- Tracadero Ballroom, at Elitch Gardens, Denver, Colorado, opened in 1917 and was torn down in 1975
- Sydney Trocadero, Australia, a dance and concert hall opened in 1936
- Trocadero (1900 film), a lost French silent film by Georges Méliès
- Trocadero (1944 film), an American film directed by William Nigh
- Trocadero (band), an American alternative rock band
- "Trocadero", a song by the British rock and roll band Showaddywaddy
- Trocadero (name origin), a discussion about restaurant naming
- Tram Stop of Trocadero, a Tram Stop in Athens.
- Battle of Trocadero, in southern Spain in 1823, between the French army and Spanish revolutionaries
- Isla del Trocadero, site of the battle
- Trocadéro, an area of Paris, France
- Trocadéro (Paris Métro), a Paris Métro station
- French ship Trocadéro (1824), a ship of the line
- Trocadero (drink), a soft drink popular in Sweden
- Trocadero, area at Paleo Faliro Greece
- Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, an American all-male drag ballet company
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