According to Médiamétrie Global, Sortiraparis is the 1st outing news media in France. Every day, the editorial board proposes hundreds of outing ideas to discover in Ile de France. But since it not always easy to find our bearings with all these daily suggestions, we've decided to create a daily top 5 of the things you can do in Paris. Discover a new restaurant every day, an exhibition or a museum, a show or a movie to enjoy, a walk idea or a good deal.
This Wednesday December 11, 2019:
Pierre Soulages, the exhibition celebrating his 100th birthday at Paris Centre Pomidou
Centre Pompidou celebrates Pierre Soulages’ 100th birthday with the “Soulages et le musée national d’art moderne” (Soulages and the National Museum of Modern Art) exhibition. Rediscover this modern artist dear to Centre Pomidou through 14 works displayed from December 11, 2019 to March 9, 2020.
L’Ecran Pop: Bohemian Rhapsody sing-along at Paris Le Grand Rex in December 2019
After a two screenings in May and September that have been sold-out in no time, L’Ecran Pop offers a new sing-along session of ”Bohemian Rhapsody” at Paris Le Grand Rex. Meet on December 11, 2019 to attend the sing along of the biopic about Freddie Mercury.
Christmas 2019 at Galeries Lafayette Beaugrenelle
From December 2 to 22, 2019, Galeries Lafayette Beaugrenelle celebrate their first Christmas with free entertainments for children and adults.
Pierre Soulages exhibition at the Louvre
The Louvre offers a retrospective around Pierre Soulages’s huge career from December 11, 2019 to March 9, 2020. The occasion to know more about the ”outrenoir” and celebrate the artist's 100th birthday.
Café Pavane, restaurant and tearoom by Manon Hévin
Facing the Jardin du Luxembourg, Café Pavane is Jean-Paul Hévin’s daughter Manon Hévin’s first tearoom. For this gourmet address, she’s come up with a nice cocoon providing Russian-inspired dishes and her father’s emblematic cakes who is a famous chocolate maker. Here’s a nice place ideally set to enjoy the Cheesecake Mazaltov, the Pomme de Terre and the Longchamp chocolat by Jean-Paul Hévin!