The Concierges' Gazette

Going out : check our favourite picks !


A bit of MoMA comes to us at the Fondation Louis Vuitton with a one-of-its-kind exhibition, Being modern: MoMa in Paris. 200 masterpieces of the famous New-York museum, from Abstract Expressionism to Pop Art will take you to a century-long journey through a path adapted to the architecture and spaces of the Foundation.  Until March 5th.

Until February 11th, the Musée National Picasso recounts, through the exhibition Picasso 1932, the painter’s life during a full year of creations. The museum invites you to follow Picasso’s path day after day to understand both his creative process and his personal life in 1932.

At the Musée de l’Orangerie, Dada Africa is an exhibition bringing together African, Native American and Asian works alongside those of the Dadaists – Hanna Höch, Jean Arp, Man Ray and many others. It shows how this social art rejecting the traditional values of civilization appropriated the cultural forms of non-western societies. Until February 19th.



From January 13th to 30th, The Palais Garnier has scheduled Jephtha by Haendel, directed by Claus Guth. This oratorio is interweaving grief‑stricken voices, as they confront an apocalyptic situation relating the reckless promise of Jephtha to God Almighty: in case of victory, the sacrifice of the first creature he will encounter on his way back.  



 During the Nordic Festival from January 16th to 27th, the Théâtre National de Chaillot has scheduled a demanding selection of shows from Island, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Denmark, all themed on our togetherness.



Le Yacht Club – Old mosaic tiles, plants and turquoise benches characterize this chic brasserie where one can savor: crusty squid, razor shells a la plancha, gnocchi al pesto with parmigiana sauce, lemon tart with basil Chantilly cream… not to forget cocktails: Gin To’ Yacht Club, Spritz XXL, Sex on the Beach… Count 50 to 70 Euro, Sunday brunch at 35 Euro. Open daily from noon to 2:00am (5:00pm on Sundays). 8 Rue Saint-Lazare, 9th.

The large yet cozy luxury brasserie le Café Pouchkine blends tearoom, restaurant and pastry chop with a counter. Patrick Pailler, executive chef and Nina Métayer, chef of sweet creations, offer: Stroganoff beef and mashed potatoes, Ivan the Terrible burger, the famous Bortsch soup, Piroshki, Napoleon millefeuille and hot chocolate… Mon. through Sat. from 7:30am to 11:00pm, Sun. 10:00am to 6:00pm. 16 Place de la Madeleine, 8th.

Discover or rediscover the famous Hiramatsu and its menu in seven services with a delicious Japan-inspired French cuisine. Only for dinner, at 90 Euro drinks excluded, from 7:00pm to 9:30pm. Closed Sat. and Sun. 52, rue de Longchamp, 16th.

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