The Concierges' Gazette

Going out in summer


Until September 22nd, the Musée d’Orsay puts the spotlight on Berthe Morisot and tells the exceptional journey of this avant-garde French painter, from the end of 1860 until her early death in 1895.

The Philharmonie de Paris presents Electro. From Kraftwerk to Daft Punk, a major exhibition on electronic music through the exploration of its imagination, innovations, mythologies and its correlations with visual arts. Until August 11th.

The Musée des Arts Décoratifs presents an exhibition dedicated to the Drôles de Petites Bêtes by Antoon Krings. Over 500 paintings, art objects, drawings and prints are brought together and immerse visitors into a world of childhood wonder. Until September 8th.


Discover the charm of the Jardins de Bagatelle and its bucolic setting. Seek shade from a beech, listen to the wildlife, admire peacocks fanning their tails and stride along the centenarian rose garden…


Celebrate summer in the Parc Floral de Paris!
Enjoy the Paris Jazz Festival every weekend in July, from the 6th to the 28th. Discover experienced and emerging artists, from French and international stages. Every weekend from August 10th, classical music will soothe you! The Festival Classique au Vert will delight everybody, the music lovers and the others!


Le Petit BoileauChristophe Chabanel (Invictus) offers a restyled and modern market cuisine in this former bar: herring and mashed potato, spring onions; Thaï broth and king prawns, rice vermicelli and crispy vegetables; crackled passion fruit, bitter chocolate mousse… Closed on Sundays and Mondays. 98 rue Boileau, 16th.

Brasserie Bocuse – After Lyon, it is the first one to open in Paris thanks to the descendants of “Monsieur Paul”. The menu is good and classical: Bresse chicken in cream sauce and mushrooms; pike quenelles, macaronis “au gratin”; granny waffles… Not forgetting the Beaujolais and good Burgundy wines. Brasserie du Louvre at Hôtel du Louvre, place André Malraux, 1st.

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