The Concierges' Gazette

Going out in June

Exhibition

The exhibition Dalida, une garde rode de la ville à la scène, is opening the wardrobe doors of this unforgettable icon. To mark the thirtieth anniversary of the disappearance of the singer, the Palais Galliera is exposing a hundred and ten of her dresses and outfits. Until August 13th.

The Grand Palais is unveiling the most beautiful islands of greenery in its exhibition Jardins, which traces from the renaissance to nowadays, six centuries of artistic creations on this botanical topic. Until July 24th. While there, make sure to visit the second exhibition Rodin, l’exposition du centenaire of the Grand Palais dedicated to the work of art of this major artist. Until July 31st.

The exhibition Picasso Primitif of the Quai Branly museum focuses on a particular aspect of Pablo Picasso’s work: his relation to the primitive arts. You will understand how the discovery of these arts coming straight from Oceania, Africa and Asia has provoked a major disruption in his way of thinking. Until July 23rd.

Opera

The Opéra Garnier is welcoming the Cenerentola representation, an opera written by Gioacchino Rossini and inspired by the Cinderella tale of Charles Perrault. From June 10th to July 13th.

Musical

The Comédie de Paris is presenting the famous Broadway play nominated 11 times at the Tony Awards: Thoroughly Modern Millie. A young provincial lady arrives in New York with the objective of getting married to her wealthy boss, but not everything will go as planned. Until June 18th

Restaurants

David Lanher has decided to open a new restaurant, after Racine 1 and 2, La Crémerie, Café Stern, you are invited to Racines des Prés. The chef Alexandre Navarro who was trained at the Plaza Athénée and au Pré Catelan will delight you with his mushroom and hazelnut ravioli served with a velvet crab emulsion and for dessert a soufflé tart and cacao sorbet. Lunch menu from 29 Euro. Count between 60 and 80 Euro a la carte. Closed Saturday lunches & Sundays. 1 rue de Gribeauval, 7th.

The Japanese chef Ryunosuke Naito and his Malaysian wife Kwen Liew will astonish you in their restaurant Pertinence with stewed shellfishes flavored with ginger or with brill, Parisian mushrooms and asparagus and to finish chocolate delight with plums marinated with orange. Lunch menu from 33 Euro. Dinner menu from 65 Euro and around 100 Euro a la carte. Closed Sundays & Mondays. 29 rue l’Exposition, 7th.

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