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What's on in Monaco 14-20 Apr 2022

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April 14th Newsletter

5, 4, 3, 2, 1, Thunderbirds are Go. (1)

Happy Easter! Hope you enjoy your day off on Monday. St Paul's Anglican Church has services this evening, tomorrow, and Sunday. The Diocese of Monaco parades through the streets of the Rocher tomorrow. At lunchtime it's the Chemin de Croix, and in the evening the Procession du Christ Mort. There's also a free concert in the Auditorium Rainier III on Monday.

The news this week is full of restaurants. Tomorrow Yannick Allena's Pavyllon opens in the Hermitage, where the 3-star chef has been refurbishing the hotel's restaurant terrace. In the Hotel de Paris a Lebanese restaurant has replaced Omer. Em Sherif operates Wed-Sun for lunch and dinner, and from Monday will include a Shisha Lounge Bar in the evenings. Menu 140 euros, phone +377 98 06 88 75.

Now the weather's warming up, Odyssey poolside restaurant in the Metropole has reopened. It serves light, modern Mediterranean food daily, 12:00-17:00, phone +377 93 15 15 56. Also open for the summer season is Latin American Coya. Located in the Sporting d'Ete complex, it's open Wed-Sun, 19:00-2:00, phone +377 98 06 20 20.

Looking ahead, restaurant group La Mome is scheduled to replace La Maree rooftop venue at Port Palace at the beginning of May. The Cannes restaurant serves international Mediterranean food.

What's in the diary...

Thursday: Piano recital.
Friday: Tremblings.
Saturday: Monaco & Alexandria.
Sunday: Tennis finals.

(1) This week's quote is the opening to the 1960s children's TV show Thunderbirds, the most successful series of English TV and film producer Gerry Anderson, born this day 1929.

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