What are you up to this weekend (March 22, 23 and 24, 2019) in Paris and in Île de France? Without further ado, check the unmissable events happening this new weekend in Paris!
This weekend's unmissable events:
King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh at the Grande Halle de la Villette
An exhibition devoted to Tutankhamun in Paris? From March 23, to September 15, 2019, head to La Villette for a major display of the treasures of the Pharaoh in conjunction with the Grand Egyptian Museum.
International Gastronomy Village 2019 in the Jardins du Trocadéro, Paris
Feel like living a unique gastronomic and cultural experience? Well, from March 21 to 24, 2019 head to the Jardins du Trocadéro in Paris for the new and 4th edition of the International Gastronomy and popular cuisines Village. This year, the village is sponsored by La Semmaris, Rungis Marché International CEO Stéphane Layani and chefs Ghislaine Arabian and Thierry Charrier.
Concerts and shows:
Speakeasy circus back at Paris La Cigale in March 2019
The Rat Pack company will perform its circus show “Speakeasy” again on March 23 and 24, 2019 at Paris La Cigale. The show takes us to the 30’s in the United-States at the time of Prohibition… A show that met an indisputable success. Exceptional performances with live Chinese Man band.
Che Malambo at Bobino, Paris
From January 30 to April 21, 2019, Argentinean dance show “Che Malambo” will be performed in France for the first time at Bobino, Paris.
Florence and The Machine live at Paris AccorHotels Arena in March 2019
Florence Welch who hides behind music project Florence & The Machine announces she’s back on stage with a new tour, entitled “High as Hope European 2019 Tour”. In the French capital, the British artist expects you on Sunday March 24, 2019 for one night and one night only scheduled at Paris AccorHotels Arena.
Art and Cultural Exhibitions:
Oceania, the compelling exhibition at the Musée du Quai Branly
From March 12 to July 7, 2019 the Musée du Quai Branly dedicates an exhibition to Oceania. Over 170 items are brought together for a journey through the Pacific, from New Guinea to Easter Island, without forgetting Hawaii and New Zealand!
Rouge, Art et Utopies au Pays des Soviets, the exhibition at Paris Grand Palais
From March 20 to July 1, 2019 Paris Grand Palais offers an exhibition about the art of socialism in Russia after the October Revolution. What art should be in the new socialist society? What are the ratios of power between plastics innovations and ideological constraints? An immersion into the new vision of political art to discover as soon as possible.
Chicago, a home for outsider art, the exhibition at Paris Halle Saint-Pierre
Set on the Butte Montmartre, the Halle Saint-Pierre welcomes a beautiful exhibition of American raw art called “Chicago, a home for outsider art”. Running from March 23 to August 2, 2019.
Les Nabis et le décor, the exhibition at Paris Musée du Luxembourg
From March 13 to June 30, 2019, the Musée du Luxembourg dedicates an exhibition to Les Nabi decorative art, a post-impressionist avant-garde movement, created outside the academic painting.
Hammershoi, the master of Danish painting at the Jacquemart-André Museum
From March 14 to July 22, 2019, the Jacquemart-André Museum dedicates a wonderful exhibition to Vilhelm Hammershøi, a master of Danish painting. For the first time in 20 years, 40 poetic works of art by the Danish painter are gathered in Paris for a beautiful display of his work on portraits.
Van Gogh, La Nuit Etoilée: the experience at Paris Atelier des Lumières
From February 22 to December 31, 2019 Paris Atelier des Lumières takes us to a new immersive exhibition focusing on Van Gogh’s universe. For 35 minutes, we roam around Van Gogh’s most beautiful paintings, rediscovering this poorly received genius back in the days. His story, his brushstroke and his evolution are unveiled.
Collection Courtauld at Paris Fondation Louis Vuitton
From February 20 to June 17, 2019 Fondation Louis Vuitton gives pride of place to Collection Courtauld. Over 110 impressionist works that belonged to industrial Samuel Courtauld including Van Gogh’s Self-Portrait with Bandaged Ear are gathered in Paris for the first time!
The new Grévin Paris finally reopens
Grévin Paris underwent a makeover and expects us from February 9, 2019 with a brand-new experience, after a month of embellishment work. The famous museum set on Boulevard Montartre is finally ready to welcome visitors again so that they can find an always increasing collection of celebrities. The Parisian museum production has been redesigned and the decors entirely remade to offer a more modern tour.
Vasarely, le partage des formes at Paris Centre Pompidou: our pictures
From February 6 to May 6, 2018, Paris Centre Pompidou will dedicate an exhibition to Vasarely. This exhibit is the first French retrospective dedicated to the father of optical art for over 50 years!
Star Wars exhibition in Paris: The fans strike back, extended time
Star Wars saga fans? Head to the Centre Expo Lafayette Drouot in Paris from December 14, 2018 to May 4, 2019 for the exhibition set up by fan Daniel Prada and for fans called “Les fans contre-attaquent” [The fans strike back]. Described as Europe’s biggest private Star Wars universe exhibition, this exhibit displays totally unique pieces that have been made by fans from all over the world and it's worth the trip!. Described as Europe’s biggest private Star Wars universe exhibition, this exhibit displays totally unique pieces that have been made by fans from all over the world and it's worth the trip!
Paris-Londres – Music Migrations, the musical exhibition at Paris Musée de l’Histoire de l’Immigration
From March 12, 2019 to January 5, 2020 Paris Musée de l’Histoire de l’Immigration displays the Paris-Londre – Music Migrations exhibition, a wonderful exhibition returning on 30 years of the history of music carried by migrants, in Paris and in London. From Salif Keïta, Doul II Soul, Kassav’ to Khaled, let’s relive the golden age of migration music from 1962 to 1989.
The Collection Bührle at the Musée Maillol
Delacroix, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Monet, Cézanne, Gauguin, Van Gogh, Modigliani, Picasso… They all expect you from March 20 to July 21, 2019 for the La Collection Bührle exhibition at Paris Musée Maillol.
Thomas Schütte exhibition, Trois Actes at the Monnaie de Paris
From March 15 to June 16, 2019 German artist Thomas Schütte exhibits his work at the Monnaie de Paris with his first Parisian retrospective “Trois Actes”.
France viewed from the Grand Siècle, the exhibition at the Louvre in Paris
From March 15 to June 25, 2018, the Louvre Museum offers an exhibition devoted to Israel Silvestre’s drawings called France viewed from the Grand Siècle displayed at the Rotonde Sully Nord.
Thomas Houseago, the exhibition at the City of Paris Museum of Modern Art
City of Paris Museum of Modern Art set in the 16th arrondissement presents “Almost Human”, a retrospective display of English artist Thomas Houseago. To see from March 15 to July 14, 2019.
L’Orient des Peintres at Paris Musée Marmottan Monet: our pictures
From March 7 to July 21, 2019 Paris Musée Marmottan Monet displays L’Orient des Peintres [Painters’ Orient]. For this event, the museum has gathered 50 paintings symbolizing orientalism.. For this event, the museum has gathered 50 paintings symbolizing orientalism.
Ellsworth Kelly exhibited at Paris Centre Pompidou
Centre Pompidou brings together six ‘Windows’ by artists Ellsworth Kelly (1923-2015) alongside paintings and drawings: a unique collection to see from February 27 to May 27, 2019.
Fendre l'air, l'art du bambou
Fendre l’air, l’art du bambou at Paris Musée du Quai Branly is displayed from November 27, 2018 to April 7, 2019. Over 160 bamboo items will be showcased, works of generations of Japanese craftsmen.
Déclaration, the photo exhibition by Sebastião Salgado
The Musée de l’Homme, Paris, presents Déclaration a photo exhibit by Sebastião Salgado running from December 8, 2018 to June 30, 2019. 30 big formats to celebrate Human Rights.
Doisneau and Music
Paris Musée de la Musique at the Philharmonie dedicates an exhibition to Doisneau and music from December 4, 2018 to April 28, 2019.
The Pushkin Museum: 500 Hundred Years of Master Drawings, the exhibition at the Fondation Custodia
After enchanting Paris with the wonderful exhibition of Japanese etchings, Fondation Custodia set in Paris 7th arrondissement welcomes “The Pushkin Museum, Five Hundred Years of Master Drawings” from February 2 to May 12, 2019.
Sérusier’s ‘The Talisman’ A prophecy of color at the Musée d’Orsay
Paris Musée d’Orsay dedicates an exhibition to Sérusier’s ‘Talisman’ a painting that became an icon of Les Nabis. This landscape with simplified shapes is a “prophecy of color” and you can rediscover it from January 29 to April 28, 2019 at the Musée d’Orsay.
Illusions, the exhibition at Paris Palais de la Découverte: our pictures
From November 6, 2018 to August 25, 2019, Paris Palais de la Découverte dedicates an exhibition to illusions. A tour including 40 surprising experiences that will drive you crazy, you’d think your brain couldn’t be tricked this easily!
Calder-Picasso, the exhibition at Paris Musée Picasso
From February 10 to August 25, 2019 Paris Musée Picasso offers a Calder-Picasso exhibition. These two innovative figures of art in the 20th century have studied the artistic expression of the “matrix of the void” including works focusing on void and the signs of kinetic art.
Exhibition: Tromelin, l’île aux esclaves oubliés at Paris Musée de l’Homme
From February 13 to June 3, 2019 Paris Musée de l’Homme exhibition, “Tromelin, l’île aux esclaves oubliés” [Tromelin: The island of the forgotten slaves] questions visitors about our colonial past and the borders of humanity, reminding us of the story of the “Chevalier de Tromelin” and the forgotten slaves. questions visitors about our colonial past and the borders of humanity, reminding us of the story of the “Chevalier de Tromelin” and the forgotten slaves.
Engraving for the king, the exhibition at the Louvre
From February 21 to May 20, 2019 the Louvre offers an exhibition around the engraved molds of chalcography, called “Graver pour le roi” [Engraving for the king]. An exhibition to dive into the universe of engraving including a display of the slabs ordered by Colbert for Louis XIV.. An exhibition to dive into the universe of engraving including a display of the slabs ordered by Colbert for Louis XIV.
Mondrian dress-paintings and Claude Lalanne jewels, the exhibition at Paris Musée Yves Saint-Laurent
The Musée Yves Saint-Laurent Paris renews its display from February 12, 2019 to December 31, 2019. One discovers a beautiful selection of 50 haute-couture models including the iconic Mondrian dresses and the jewel-sculptures created by Claude Lalanne.
Don't hesitate to have a look at the best exhibitions in Paris this March 2019.
Cédric Grolet celebrates his patisserie 1st anniversary with a fruit special weekend
Le Meurice pastry chef Cédric Grolet expects us on March 23 and 24, 2019 for celebrate the first anniversary of his rue de Castiglione-set patisserie. On the menu, 12 fruit sculpture to enjoy, cooking books to purchase, pictures to take with the chef and aprons to win! PS: both Cédric Grolet’s hazelnuts will be available during this exceptional weekend!
Eclairs galore for two weeks in Paris in 2019 – La Quinzaine des éclairs
Eclairs lovers unite! The Quinzaine des éclairs is back with 3 new pastries to find in stores from March 16 to 31, 2019. Chocolate-raspberries, arlequin candy flavor and vanilla-orange blossom, we'll tasted and tested them for you.
The new Italian restaurants in Paris
These new Italian restaurants set in Paris promise to take you to Italy in a snap. A sunny atmosphere and local products deliciously cooked by passionate chefs make you drool? Then come and discover Paris new Italian restaurants and trattorias!
The best bars, terraces and restaurants in Paris this winter 2018-2019
This winter, some Parisian establishments and hotels decided to offer temporary bars, terraces and even restaurants with hot cocoa for some, cocktails and mulled wine of others and even typical dishes likely to fulfill your taste buds. Sortiraparis invites you to have a round of these winter bars, terraces and restaurants open for the Holidays.
Looking for a quirky and unusual restaurant in Paris? You want something new, spectacular, and something awe-inspiring in your plate? Enjoying a meal in a unique setting or context? For uncommon culinary experiences, keep reading!
Paris best Speakeasies
You love speakeasies, these hidden bars that take you back in the prohibition area? Yet, a hidden bar means… it’s hidden! Here’s how you can find the best secret bars in Paris.
Vegan restaurants in Paris
Paris is full of vegan addresses that make vegans happy and the trend is not likely to stop here. So, to help you out, here are the best spots where you can confidently enjoy delicious meals.
The best tea salons in Paris
Feel like gathering your friends around a lovely cup of tea (or a tasty coffee) and a delicious pastry? Head to one of our favorite tea salons in Paris to excite your taste buds and spend a delightful moment in the French capital!
The best Coffee Shops in Paris
Coffee lovers unite! Because a coffee break is a ritual shared by many people worldwide, we decided to make you discover the best coffee shops in Paris.
Dao restaurant & Art, the new exceptional Chinese restaurant in Paris
Dao Restaurant & Art is the new and unique Chinese restaurant set in Paris 13th arrondissement rue Saint Marcel. At Dao, you discover an exceptional Sichuanese and Shanghai cuisine performed by a genuine master of the Chinese cuisine, please! Not only do we enjoy dishes we can’t find anywhere else, but good food is really there.
Tous: the excellent bistronomic in Paris got a makeover
Restaurant Tous – open since September 2016 in Paris 9th arrondissement – displays a new décor and a new menu that is as flavorful as modern.
Caïus, the alchemy of flavors a stone’s throw from Etoile
Lovers of good food, this is for you! French gastronomy fans are expected at Caïus, a restaurant owned by chef Jean-Marc Notelet and set in Paris 17Th arrondissement, a stone’s throw from the Place de l’Etoile. A culinary alchemy to discover to enchant your taste buds.
Garden Café: the new family-friendly restaurant in Paris
Garden Café is the new restaurant providing a nice area for kids and animations in the weekend. The perfect spot to have a nice and quiet lunch with your family, a gourmet and lively Sunday as well as to grab a coffee or sip a drink for the aperitif.
Trattoria by Gustu, the new Corsican restaurant shaking up the 19th arrondissement in Paris
Top notch produces coming straight from Corsica and Italy, simple and hearty family recipes, cocktails with a Corsican twist… How not falling under Trattoria by Gustu’s spell, the new restaurant of the Grand Marché Stalingrad?
Piero TT restaurant by Pierre Gagnaire in Paris
Good news for gastronomes since famous Chef Pierre Gagnaire has just opened in Paris a Parisian version of his Piero TT restaurant set in Hôtel Les Airelles in Courchevel.
Les Fines Lames, meat restaurant in Paris 18th arrondissement
Meat-eating friends, let’s head to Les Fines Lames, the meat restaurant set in Paris 18th arrondissement to enjoy a whole bunch of delicious meats and classics of the French bistronomy.
Roberta Austerlitz, the Italian restaurant ruling the pasta realm
Gourmet alert! Italian gastronomy enthusiasts can now meet in Roberta’s new table that is this time laid in Paris 13th arrondissement, a stone’s throw from the Gare d’Austerlitz. Let’s enjoy mozzarella, parmesan and pasta all-italiana, shall we?
Au Top: New perched restaurant in Paris the Marais neighborhood
Feel like discovering a new perched place in Paris? If so, head to the Marais neighborhood to climb to the new Au Top restaurant.
Wagamama: the Pan-Asian concept finally comes to Paris
Dear foodies, Asian flavors enthusiasts, be happy! Wagamama, the famous pan-Asian concept born in London, has finally settled in Paris with the opening of the very-first restaurant nestled by the Gare Saint-Lazare.
Supernova, the new Italian restaurant in the Marais neighborhood
Supernova is the nice and lovely name of the new Italian restaurant that opened two months ago on rue Réaumur. On the menu, no pizza but a festival of pasta, creamy mozzarelles, fishes and shells. Buon appetito!
Opening of Poussin in Paris: nature wine bar in Les Batignolles
After Poulettes Batignolles, make sure you’re ready to discover, this January 2019, Poussin, the new table by Ludovic Dubois and Judith Cercós.
Caterina at the Grande Epicerie Rive Droite: The new trattoria by Nicola Iovine in Paris
Since January 10, 2019 the Grande Epicerie Rive Droite displays a new face with the opening of Caterina. Designed by the famous Italian chef Nicola Iovine, already running 4 tables in Ile de France, this new restaurant has everything to become the irresistible Neapolitan trattoria in Paris 16th arrondissement.
Café Lai’Tcha in Paris: tasty travel to south-eastern Asia
Some culinary experiments are not about to be forgotten so much the flavors are enchanting. It’s the case of Café Lai’Tcha. Both a high-range Asian tea shop-restaurant and caterer, this place has opened in March 2018 under the leadership of the famous female chef Adeline Grattard and her husband Chi Wah Chan.
Ensemble: the gourmet tapas restaurant in Western Paris
A quality cuisine of sharing with gourmet and hearty tapas cooked with fresh and seasonal ingredients: here’s what Mathieu Darmont and Aude Bourguignon offer with their second Parisian address, simply called Ensemble.
Ma Goldo: the exquisite Italian trattoria in Paris 16th arrondissement
You thought you explored all the very tasty Italian restaurants in Paris? You’re wrong! And proof of it with the very chic 16th arrondissement in Paris. Have a go to Ma Goldo, a trattoria like we’d like to discover more in the French capital.
Raw Saint-Germain restaurant by Marie and William Pradeleix
Three years after opening their first baby in the Marais neighborhood in Paris, Marie et William Pradeleix give birth to a new baby: Raw Saint-Germain, not far from the Montparnasse Tower. Like its big brother, this new gourmet address gives raw food and food to share pride of place.
NOUS Jeûneurs, the new table in Paris 2nd arrondissement
And 4! NOUS opens a new address in Paris 2nd arrondissement. You can enjoy Mediterranean specialties in a Greek or Moroccan atmosphere, to your liking!
Windo: Hyatt Regency new rooftop bar in Paris
Windo, formerly known as La Vue, is Hyatt Regency Paris new cocktail bar. This covered rooftop is the occasion to enjoy an unobstructed view over Paris while treating yourself.
Chiquette, Hotel Le Cinq Codet new restaurant
Chef David Maroleau reveals a cosmopolite menu at Chiquette, the new restaurant set in 5-star Hôtel Le Cinq Codet.
Can Alegria: Mediterranean cuisine comes to Pigalle
If you like Mediterranean and exotic dishes, then discover Can Alegria. This new restaurant set in the heart of the Pigalle neighborhood, this new place has been designed by Marc-Antoine Colonna and Matthieu Lecomte.
Grand Café Fauchon, Place de la Madeleine chic bistro
Within its new Parisian hotel set on the Place de la Madeleine, Maison Fauchon has opened its Grand Café Fauchon. Are you looking for a chic and sophisticated bistro where you can enjoy tasty dishes, nice cocktails and the famous pastries of the house? Go discover the place.
Brasserie Brach: the new restaurant in Paris 16th arrondissement
Brach, the new hotel designed by Starck is the new den in Paris 16th arrondissement. Remember this name: with its gym, its restaurant, its take-away Yann Brys patisserie, Brach is about to become the star of the neighborhood.
Boca: new gourmet address by Olivier Krot in Paris
A friendly atmosphere in a private setting with small and delicious plates based on seasonal produces: here’s what to expect when coming in Boca, the new tantalizing address in Paris 9th arrondissement by Olivier Krot.
Bulliz, the choux bun king in Paris 10th arrondissement
Choux buns and other gougères fans are expected at Bulliz, a cozy restaurant set in Paris 10th arrondissement providing choux buns in all shapes and sizes, from the savory sandwich to more classic desserts… The perfect place for a relaxing break because you choux-rely deserve it…
Rachel’s Cakes opens a store in Upper-Marais in Paris
Good news fellow foodies! Rachel’s Cakes finally opens a store in Paris. Pastries, sandwiches, quiches, ready-prepared dishes and even hand-decorated cookies are now waiting for you in upper-Marais, Paris.
Les Pâtisseries du Studio: New teatime at Hôtel Renaissance Paris-Vendôme
Hôtel Renaissance Paris-Vendôme breaks new ground and launches “Les Pâtisseries du Studio”, a new teatime offer providing sweet treats by Ladurée, Pierre Marcolini and even Christophe Michalak, Sadaharu Aoki and Christophe Adam.
Sing-along Mamma Mia at Paris Grand Rex: last dates at Paris Le Grand Rex
Following the huge success of the sold-out sessions of “Mamma Mia!” screened as part of the new concept combining musicals and karaoke called L’Ecran Pop, the Grand Rex adds three new and last dates: Friday February 22, March 22 and April 5, 2019.
The Survival Expo 2019 at the Paris Event Center – Porte de la Villette
Sustainable development? Autonomy? Does it ring a bell? It’s normal, these are the major themes of our daily life, and this explains the Survival Expo held from March 22 to 24, 2019 at the Paris Event Center – Porte de la Villette.
Wine and independent wine-growers fair 2019 at Paris Espace Champerret
Wine lovers and fine mouths, the Wine and independent wine-growers fair (or Salon des vins des vignerons indépendants) 2019 expects you from March 22 to 25, 2019 at Paris Espace Champerret
Marvel super heroes are coming to Disneyland Paris in 2019
From March 23 to June 16, 2019, Disneyland Paris welcomes Marvel super heroes at Walt Disney Studios. This is the occasion to meet Spider-Man, Captain America and consorts and to live new experiences.
Have a nice weekend!
Picture: view from Printemps Haussmann
From 22 March 2019 to 24 March 2019