After its huge success in London, the exhibition “David Bowie is” has now settled at La Philharmonie de Paris, the new cultural spot dedicated to the symphonic music with an exceptional acoustic. An immersion into the glam-rock universe of this androgynous singer through videos, private objects and costumes. From March 3rd.
The Palais Galleria celebrates Jeanne Lanvin, the founder of the oldest French house of Haute-Couture still existing. This retrospective presents about one hundred vintage pieces and highlights the success story of this discreet woman with an exceptional destiny. From March 8th.
A “must-see” American musical is scheduled at the Theatre du Châtelet: Singin’ in the rain. It relates the destiny of three artists in Hollywood during the 20’s, while silent films were disappearing in favor of speaking films. A new production staged by Robert Carsen with numerous special effects! From March 12th to 26th.
The last edition of the famous Michelin Guide has just revealed the new Parisian stars. And the winners are:
– Les Climats, near the Musée d’Orsay, higly recommended for Burgundy lovers. A tribute to the French cuisine and a superb selection of wines, in a décor imagined by Bambi Sloan.
– Garance, between the Musée Rodin and the Assemblée Nationale. An inventive cuisine by two former cooks of L’Arpège.
– David Toutain, close to the Invalides. Delicacy, creativity and a range of flavored and flowered expressions that perfectly suit the latest culinary trends.
– La Table d’Eugène behind Montmartre. One of the rarest neobistrots with this distinction, very well-deserved!
– Helen near the Faubourg Saint-Honoré. A magnificent seafood cuisine with very good products coming directly from small fisheries.
– Paneti al Baretto close to the place de l’Etoile. A splendid and contemporary Italian cuisine composed by Alberico Penati, a reference in the transalpine gastronomy.
After Pirouette, Laurent Fréchet opens his second restaurant: Zebulon. The young Cameroonian Chef Yannick Lahopgnou, who made his classes with Yannick Alleno and in several Japanese Michelin-star restaurants, creates a promising and gourmet cuisine: game pie, Brussels sprouts, foie gras and veal sweetbreads; poultry, Jerusalem artichokes and Tonka bean; preserved sea bream with persimmon and grilled sesame; and for dessert pears with honey and marjoram, almonds and lemon-marjoram ice-cream. The wine selection is mainly from Burgundy and Rhone Valley. Around 52 Euro à la carte. Closed on Sundays. 10 rue Richelieu, Paris 1st.