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When your Gillette won't cut it for your whiskers, call on the skills of Laurent in the 18th.
Read more: Le Barbier des Faubourgs
Heavenly haven of male grooming, sans the testosterone-heavy man-den accents.
Read more: Comptoir de l'Homme
When money isn’t an issue but living it up is, enjoy the big screen in big style in the basement of the slick Café Germain.
Read more: Germain Paradisio
The regulars working out in the weight room are serious about their workouts; other visitors disappear to engage in other carb burning activities.
Read more: Gym Louvre
An attractive green car service even for those who have green intentions but act based on greenbacks.
Read more: Verture
English-speaking emergency computer repair service.
Read more: Paris IT
Computers with high speed internet access, color printers, scanners and CD-rom burners as well as technical staff on hand.
Read more: La Baguenaude
Now, with a 35 hour work week, who would expect to find the main post office of Paris to be open 24-7?
Read more: Poste Central
This environmentally conscious dry cleaner keeps not only your trousers but your conscience clean, too.
Read more: Sequoia
To replicate this experience at home, simply let a friend take a jab at cutting your hair at your local Saturday night retro disco. Not for the uptight.
Read more: Space Hair
A hot, steamy men-only venue, with a dress code of a towel or less, but without any lurid activities.
Read more: Hammam de la Grande Mosquée
An afternoon spent shopping should be followed by some vigorous pampering at Espace Payot’s soothingly soft spa.
Read more: Espace Payot
Need to get going but not in the mood for sticky cab seats and dodgy fare-hiking routes? Ride in style.
Read more: Chabé Verjat
Beautiful architecture and a deep basin make this communal pool a popular spot for a dip, day or night.
Read more: Club Quartier Latin
Marrying the functionality of a gym with the deeply design conscience, you’ll find celebs and three floors of pretty fitness equipment.
Read more: L'Usine Opera
The Marais’ gay pharmacy, nobody will bat an eyelid when you rock up with a basket of magnum rubbers and super lube.
Read more: La Pharmacie du Village
The Paris monthly for homo hipsters of any age.
‘Chic & coquette’, this gay hipster party no too-cool-for-school gathering of smugsters but all about light-hearted, whimsical fun.
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