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What's on in Monaco 1-7 Feb 2018

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February 1st Newsletter

The creme de la creme (1)

What's new


Monaco Mairie has named its new sports centre with the help of Facebook followers (see 4 Jan newsletter). The Hercule Fitness Club is scheduled to open at the beginning of April.

The Hotel de Paris has lost its Director of Restaurants, whilst its 3-star Louis XV is waiting to move back to its old location. Due to building work, the restaurant is currently installed in the rotonde by the garden, overlooking the sea. Chef Dominique Lory has adapted to his new, temporary home, and by all accounts the move has not affected the quality of the service or food. If you'd like to try it, the lunchtime menu "Dejeuner Riviera" is available Friday to Monday, with a choice of two starters, two mains, selection of cheese and a dessert a la carte. The price is 165 euros pp, or 195 euros pp with drinks. Dinner a la carte is served Thursday to Monday.
 

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Netrebko & Eyvazov.
Friday: Art for Mothers of Africa.
Saturday: New generation of circus.
Sunday: Monaco v Lyon.

Coming up next week, lunch with live music, apero with chamber music, and champagne tasting with CREM.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is from the book The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, written by Muriel Spark, born this day 1918. 

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