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Exhibitions

The Musée Maillol gives pride of place to Giacometti for an exhibition of more than 50 sculptures. An overview of his oeuvre, complemented by works by the major classical and modern sculptors of his time. Until January 20th.

At the Aquarium de Paris, carte blanche is given to the Japanese artist Aki Kuroda as part of his exhibition Japon! until November 11th. Through materials, videos, paintings and previously unseen sculptures, Aki Kuroda invites us to wander in the beauty and the delicateness of the marine environment.

Miró at the Grand Palais: de la couleur et du rythme! Bringing together nearly 150 works, some unseen in France, and covering 70 years of creation, this retrospective traces the technical and stylistic evolution of the artist. Miró creates from his dreams and opens the door to his poetic universe. From October 3rd.

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Opera

In the middle of a religious war between Catholics and Protestants, Raoul has been meeting a beautiful stranger, Valentine, with whom he fell in love after saving her life. Giacomo Meyerbeer has achieved with Les Huguenots a monumental fresco featuring various impossible loves in the context of the Saint Bartholomew Massacre. Until October 24th, at the Opéra Bastille.

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Dining Out

Ducasse sur Seine invites you for a cruise, for lunch or for dinner, to live the experience of a total immersion in the heart of Paris. Berthed Port Debilly, at the bottom of Trocadéro, the new floating restaurant of Alain Ducasse, proposes gastronomic cruises: « Déjeuner sur Seine » which reminds us of the Museums’ iconic works which defined the journey and the cruise « Nuit étoilée » where the boat weaves in and out in the illuminated city and ends its route in front of the sparkling Eiffel Tower. Get on board for one hour and a half for the greatest pleasure of the eyes and palates. – Port Debilly, Paris 16th.

Joia is the new Parisian restaurant of the famous starred Chef Hélène Darroze. She proposes two areas, in a cosy and warm atmosphere with, on the ground floor, an open kitchen offering: garlic of Lautrec soup, soft-boiled egg and “Noir de Bigorre” ham; the green raviolis of Mamma Léna, tomato sauce; for the sweet part: matcha tea “mille crêpes” or pavlova with roasted fruits served with its whipped cream and on the first floor, a cocktail bar, open from 5pm. – 39 rue des Jeuneurs, Paris 2nd.

Always recommended :

Traditional :

- Chez Fernand, a simple bistro serving traditional French cuisine in a warm and casual atmosphere, located a few meters away

More upscale :

- Allard, a 100 years old bistro which serves the great classics of French cuisine. New property of Alain Ducasse, who by its name only guarantee the quality of food, wines and service.

Modern :

- Le Christine, a modern French cuisine address which proposes casual delicate dishes located just next door

More upscale:

- Alliance : an excellent modern French cuisine (1 star in the Michelin guide) in a contemporary décor close to Notre Dame

Haute cuisine :

- Saint James Paris : in the dining room or the gardens of PAris' only chateau-hotel, discover the generously refined creations of the famous Chef Jean-Luc Rocha

- Le Relais Louis XIII, a medieval house of the 17th century rated one Michelin star with Chef Manuel Martinez.

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