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What's on in Monaco 1-7 Nov 2018

Things to do in Monaco and Monte Carlo

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November 1st Newsletter

A man who paints. (1)

What's new

The Fairmont's new executive chef, Didier Anies, has updated the "a la carte" menu of the hotel's Horizon rooftop restaurant. Dishes are infused with the spirit of the Mediterranean and include delights such as lobster with feta spring rolls, or grilled vegetables with crispy socca. My eye was more drawn to one of the classic desserts, the XXL tiramisu to share. Anies, who succeeded Philippe Joannes in September (see 20 Sep newsletter) has also devised a new lunch "formule," price 45 euros, including starter, main dish, dessert, water and coffee. Horizon is open daily for breakfast from 6:30, and from Monday to Saturday for lunch from 12:00 to 15:00. Phone +377 93 50 65 00 for reservations.

Next Tuesday Stade Louis II is the venue for the UEFA Champions League match between Monaco and Bruges. The home team is currently languishing second from the bottom of French Ligue 1, as well as being second from the bottom of their Group in the UEFA competition. Coach Thierry Henry, who joined the team in October on a 3-year contract has yet to turn the club's fortunes around. But it's early days yet.

And finally, enjoy your day off!

What's in the diary ....

Thursday: Fun at the fair.
Friday: Selling England by the Pound.
Saturday: A promise of happiness.
Sunday: Mozart & Haydn.
Coming up next week: a French writing workshopVertigo, and clubbing show & DJ awards.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is by English artist L S Lowry, born this day 1887. He referred to himself not as an artist, but as a man who paints. 

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