Concierge newsletter n°43 – September 2013 

Restaurant – Les Crocs de l’Ogre

Les crocs de l'orgeNicolas Bérenger, Maxime and Henry Bauche, vitners in another life just open the « Les Crocs de l’Ogre » (fangs of the Ogre in english) in this chic neighbourhood of the left bank.

Stone, wood and iron, three elements that gives a retro side at this bistro : mosaic tiled floor, wooden tables, industrial lamps plus a Boucher display.

In the kitchen, Yoann Janinet formed by Michel Roth (Ritz Paris).

The prime rib is generous, whether Black Angus, Simmental Bavarian or Blonde d’Aquitaine or the Betragne suckling pig, roasted and juicy, is superb.

This bistro also offers its meat per weight. What else? For side orders: Potatoes fried in duck fat.

81,avenue Bosquet – Paris 7th

Bar - Le Perchoir

Leperchoir« Trendy Rooftop of 400 m², offering an amazing 360 ° view over the roof of Paris and its monuments …”

Open bar, located on the 7th floor of a building located at No. 14 on rue Crespin du Gast, in the 11th district of Paris, was soon known by word and mouth and social networks…

Revealing a simple decor (recovered tables and chairs, bar built from wooden crates and installed under a canvas tent-shaped), The Roost can welcome to 110 people.

Besides the bar, The Perchoir offers also a restaurant located, on the 6th floor.
It invites you to taste the delicious dishes prepared by the chef, Benoît Dumas.

14 rue Crespin du Gast – Paris 11th

Exhibition - Roy Lichtenstein

Roy LichtensteinFrom Wednesday, July 3, 2013 to Monday, November 4, 2013

This exhibition offers the first major retrospective of Roy Lichtenstein (1923-1997) for over 20 years.

Roy Lichtenstein is a painter of American Pop Art famous for his paintings recalling, in close-up thumbnail cartoon consist of thousands of points, subject to a retrospective Pompidou Center.

This one follows a thematic and chronological idea, however, to discover much more widely known aspects of the work of the painter of beautiful Art Deco accents sculptures, paintings in black and white very abstract, Chinese landscapes revisited in small points, expressionist series dubbed “Coups de pinceaux”.

Pompidou center
19 rue de Beaubourg – Paris 4ème

Opera - Lucia di Lammermoor

OpéraInspired by Sir Walter Scott’s novel, madness is the dominant theme in this opera, set in a ruined castle on the misty moors. With sublime mastery, Donizetti combines drama with consummate vocal writing, giving the role of Lucia a heartbreakingly delicate quality.

Dramma tragic in two parts (and three acts) (1835)

Music from Gaetano Donizetti (1797-1848)

Booklet by Salvatore Cammarano after Walter Scott’s novel « The bride of Lammermoor », performed in Italian.


Bastille Opera
120 rue de Lyon – Paris 12th

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