The East of Paris isn’t the only place that opens lovely temporary spots this summer. The west of the French capital is starting too with some spots that are definitely worth it.
The latest one? Le Petit Pré. To be discovered from May 17, at the foot of the brand new ParisLongchamp racetrack, Le Petit Pré expects you from Thursday to Sunday, until July 12, 2018, to make you live a gourmet, bucolic and festive summer.
Described as the “first Food Garden in Paris”, this large garden bets, for the first edition, on barbecue. To do so, Le Petit Pré invites several distinguish guests that will regularly face off one another all season long with one mission: grilling. Among them, you’ll have The Beast team, as well as Japanese Peco Peco, Mulko and their Mediterranean cuisine and even Pressing BBQ and their Argentinian asado and finally, BMK Paris Bamako.
To accompany the whole, please welcome the talented Rob Mac Hardy who came up with a very daring cocktail list.
But Le Petit Pré also features varied activities such as yoga classes, trampolines, badminton, bocce ball…
Finally, to unwind at nighttime, Le Petit Pré houses surprise concerts as well as DJ sets to dance on the grass all through summer!
To discover Le Petit Pré, meet from Thursday night to Sunday night with a new program every week.
Note that, from May 17 to July 12, on Thursday evenings, Le Petit Pré visitors can also enjoy experiences such as the late-night horse races. On the menu: horse races, animations and music. These races are to be watched on Thursdays until July 12 (excluding June 21) from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
To check all the info about the program, visit Le Petit Pré official Facebook Page.
Dates and Opening Time
From 17 May 2018 to 30 September 2018
Hippodrome de Longchamp
Route des Tribunes
75116 Paris 16
Entrée piétons + dépose taxis :
2, route des tribunes 75016 Paris
le jeudi et vendredi de 18h à 02h
Le samedi de 12h à 02h
Le dimanche de 12h à 20h