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Concierge suggestions July 23

As every month, find the suggestions and advice of our concierges to enhance your stay at La Maison Favart.‍

Restaurant of the month: Les antiquaires

Whether you're an antique dealer or not, you'll appreciate the refinement of the place, with its tan leather upholstered banquettes, its pretty mirrors and handcrafted furniture, and its imposing solid wood bar. Located just 2 steps from the Musée d'Orsay in Paris, Les Antiquaires restaurant offers fine, sophisticated bistro cuisine, prepared by a real chef full of ideas.

Les antiquaires 13 rue du bac 75007 Paris

Opera of the month: Romeo & Juliet

If Charles Gounod's Romeo and Juliet, premiered during the 1867 World's Fair, was an instant hit with the public, it was undoubtedly because it most finely translated the life drive of the famous lovers. Four love duets, a fiery waltz, luminous, lyrical music: the entire score tingles with desire and freshness. Who better to celebrate this hymn to youth than Thomas Jolly, one of the most inventive directors of his generation? After his Eliogabalo by Cavalli in 2016, this Shakespeare connoisseur signs his second collaboration with the Opéra national de Paris.

Opéra Bastille, place de la bastille 75012 Paris

Concert of the month: Ben Harper

Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals invite you to the legendary Olympia concert hall for four exceptional concerts scheduled for Friday June 30, then Monday July 3, Tuesday July 4 and Wednesday July 5, 2023 This new tour by Ben Harper & & The Innocent Criminals is an opportunity for the American artist to present live his new and 17th studio opus. Entitled "Bloodline Maintenance", the album is both political and personally revealing. A cross between hip-hop, blues and jazz, the album is packed with sonic nuggets such as "Where Did We Go Wrong", "Need To Know Basis" and "Honey, Honey".

Olympia, 28 bd des capucines 75009 Paris

Exhibition of the month: Chagall Paris - New York

A prolific and unclassifiable painter, Marc Chagall (1887-1985) is honored at the Atelier des Lumières. A brand-new digital exhibition presents his entire creative output, revealing a body of work that was firmly rooted in its time, at the crossroads of the artistic and cultural innovations of its century, and constantly renewing itself.

Atelier des lumières, 38 rue Saint-Maur 75011 Paris

Unusual activities of the month: Blondie Café

It's a story of friendship and family, driven by a shared passion: coffee. From Paris to New York, we've forged our own "savoir-faire-brûler": a light roast that gives our coffees a subtly acidic profile accompanied by a beautiful sweetness.

40 rue saint Georges 75009 Paris

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