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What's on in Monaco 14-20 May 2015

Things to do and places to go in Monaco and Monte Carlo

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May 14th Newsletter

What do you think of it so far? (1)

What's new


There've been several changes in the restaurant and bar world of the Principality recently. In Fontvieille Port, Le Loft re-launched as Modjo Monaco last week, as a bar, lounge and restaurant. The menu includes Japanese gyoza dumplings, a welcome addition to local food offerings and a tasty alternative to the more ubiquitous sushi.

In Monte Carlo, Sakura reopens on 20 May. The Japanese restaurant closed last November and now has a new chef/owner promising to serve both French and Japanese dishes.

Fairmont Monte Carlo's rooftop pool and bar opened at the beginning of May, and this year is hosting a pop-up version of the Nikki Beach club throughout the season. No doubt it'll be busy during Grand Prix, but if you can't reserve a spot there, check out our annual Grand Prix party guide, where we've listed lots of alternative places to dance the night away.
 

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: Jazz and wine tasting.
Friday: Mad Max returns.
Saturday: Football.
Sunday: Car boot sale.

Coming up next week, dairy workshop, professional women's networking, and Welsh whisky tasting.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is one of many catchphrases of English comedian John Eric Bartholomew, aka Eric Morecambe, born this day 1926.

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