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Feb 5th Newsletter
Well, it's one louder (1)
Michelin announced that the Blue Bay restaurant and chef Marcel Ravin have been awarded a star in the 2015 Guide Rouge. The restaurant is also one of 9 establishments in Monaco promoting French gourmet dining through the Gout de France project in March.
Nobu's Seven2Nine happy aperitif of finger food and wine is now available every day of the week for the after work crowd. Those who begin the day with a healthy appetite can satisfy their hunger each Saturday from 14th February at Irish bar McCarthy's, where full English breakfasts will be on the menu.
If McCarthy's were serving bacon and eggs this Saturday, we're sure that several rugby fans would be tucking into the hearty fare following tomorrow evening's Six Nations game. Sadly we won't be at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff to see Wales face England, but at least we can watch the match on television at Slammers.
What's in the diary ....
Thursday: Stravinsky's Soldier's Tale.
Friday: Vivanova networking night.
Saturday: Basketball, Princesse de Nuit's 30th.
Sunday: Jeanne d'Arc oratorio.
Coming up next week, China's economy, open mic night, and Jeune Chambre meeting.
For lots more suggestions, visit maBoum's 7 day listing and enjoy your weekend.
(1) This week's quote is a line from the film This is Spinal Tap, spoken by the character Nigel Tufnel, created by English-American actor Christopher Guest, born this day 1948. Tufnel is referring to his rock band's amps, which have volume controls that go up to 11.