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What's on in Monaco 18-24 May 2017

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May 18th Newsletter

It happened one night (1)

What's new


 The restaurant with arguably the best view in Monaco re-opens for dinner tomorrow. Located on the 8th floor of the Hotel de Paris, The Grill has been closed temporarily during building work. Construction continues but the restaurant, a popular haunt for oligarchs and their molls, is ready to start serving grilled lobsters, poussins and steaks again. 

One door opens and another closes. Ni Box bowling lanes are closed to the public exceptionally tomorrow from 17:00 to 21:00.

Condamine outdoor market stallholders are being moved on Monday to make way for the Grand Prix Village, MGP Live, at Place d'Armes. A temporary morning market for flower and vegetable sellers will set up at the rue Terrazzani end of rue des Acores, from 22 to 29 May inclusive.

The public will still have access to the indoor market, where husband and wife team Alain and Patricia Armenier have opened Le Petit Charcutier de Monaco. Products from the Lyonnais charcuterie Bobosse are available, including cured hams, terrines and sausages, as well as Italian mortadella de Bologna IGP. You can buy to take away during normal market hours, or sample them onsite Thu-Sat from 18:00 to midnight.

And finally,  facebook continues to attract more users, one of which is Monaco's Princess Grace Irish Library. Check out its page, where you'll find posts about upcoming events and library stock.
 

What's in the diary ....


Thursday: King Arthur the geezer.
Friday: Beef & wine with Vivanova.
Saturday: Hercule Florence expo.
Sunday: 50 Cent for football fans.

Coming up next week, a photographic promenadeJeff Bridges as Tucker, and Murano glass auction.

For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is the title of a film directed by Frank Capra, born this day 1897. The 1934 movie won five Oscars, for best picture, director, actor, actress and screenplay. 

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