Hard Rock Cafe Paris

14, boulevard Montmartre 75009 Paris France
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Hours of Operation

Restaurant Hours:


Mon - Sun 11:30AM - 11:30PM

Bar Hours:

Sun - Thurs 11:30AM - 1:00AM
Fri & Sat     11:30AM - 2:00AM



Mon - Thur 9:00AM - 12:00 AM

Fri & Sat 9:00 AM - 1:00 AM


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Hard Rock Cafe Paris Memorabilia

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John Lennon


This t-shirt belonged to John Lennon in the early ‘70s and he wore it to the recording sessions for his 1972 album ‘Sometime in New York City’. During the sessions, he traded it to bassist Gary Scyoc in exchange for Gary’s “Elephant’s Memory” shirt.

Pearl Jam


Since 1991, Pearl Jam has been the most prolific and enduring of the Seattle “grunge” bands. Here’s a working draft of lyrics in frontman Eddie Vedder’s own hand.

Elton John

Ski Suit

In 1975, Elton John released ‘Rock of the Westies’ – his tenth album. Often regarded as one his best, the album contains classics like “Island Girl” and “Grow Some Funk of Your Own”. Elton wore this elaborately embroidered ski suit during the album’s photo shoot.

Elvis Presley

Silk Shirt

The King owned this button-up shirt and later gave it to his friend and hairdresser Homer Gilleland.

Elvis Presley

Meeting Minutes

These are the typed minutes to a meeting held by Elvis and his business partners in 1956 outlining the Christmas bonuses to be paid to his employees. Appropriately, Elvis himself got the largest bonus – $500. Elvis’ father Vernon Presley received $50.

Franck Zappa

Tweed coat

A true original, Frank Zappa created an enormous body of work that defies classification. With incredibly challenging music and healthy doses of humor, Frank was essentially a one-man genre. This tweed coat is from his wardrobe.


Axe Bass

This Gene Simmons “Axe” bass was created by Cort for KISS’ 2009–2010 ‘Sonic Boom’ tour. Inspired by the custom metal axe basses he used in the ‘70s, this particular example was played onstage in Ireland on May 7th, 2010. The stage blood stains are from Gene’s infamous “blood spitting” routine.

Jimi Hendrix

Paisley Jacket

In addition to being almost universally regarded as the greatest electric guitarist of all time, Jimi Hendrix was one of the primary trendsetters of sixties fashion. This paisley jacket was made by ‘Lord Jim of Carnaby Street’. Hendrix wore it circa 1969.

Johnny Cash

Acoustic Guitar

This rare and beautiful acoustic guitar is a Grammer Johnny Cash model that the “Man in Black” himself owned in the early ‘70s. He gave this guitar to r&b legend Hank Ballard in 1971 and it eventually found its way to a fan named Richard Conti. Richard had Johnny sign it in 1995.

The Clash


Clash bassist Paul Simonon not only anchored one of the greatest punk bands of all time, he was largely responsible for the English punk dress code that still resonates with fashion designers today. He wore this shirt onstage with the Clash on December 1st, 1976 and on March 11th, 1977.

Bon Jovi

Yamaha Doubleneck

Few bands from the ‘80s have enjoyed the lasting relevance and success of Bon Jovi. They are among the elite groups of the era and have evolved both creatively and commercially well into the 21st century. This absolutely stunning Yamaha doubleneck acoustic was custom built for guitarist Richie Sambora. It’s a one-of-a-kind instrument.

The Beatles

Royalty Statement

This is a royalty statement for the Beatles song “Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds” from their classic 1967 album ‘Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band’. It details payments to John Lennon and Paul McCartney for the first six months of 1971.

Mötley Crüe

Drum Head

Mötley Crüe emerged from the vibrant Los Angeles metal scene of the early ‘80s to become one of the biggest bands of the last 30 years. Drummer Tommy Lee used this bass drum head during the group’s infamous 1984 ‘Shout at the Devil’ tour.

Whitney Houston


The late, great Whitney Houston has left an unparalleled legacy of hit songs and incredible vocal performances that will influence future performers for generations to come. She wore this gown during her very first tour in 1985.

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