You will start the evening in the French capital with a dinner at the restaurant "La Bonne Franquette", a typical bistro and tavern perched on the summit of La Butte. In French “À la Bonne Franquette” means “it’s a simple or informal meeting or get-together. Be prepared to be welcome as a friend! This restaurant opened about four centuries ago and became well-known in the late 1800s when some famous artists such as Diaz, Pissaro, Sisley, Degas, Cézanne, Toulouse-Lautrec, Renoir, Monet, and Zola. Van Gogh started frequenting it.
For dinner, you will have an "A la carte" menu to choose from among many starters, main courses and desserts. Upon arrival, you will be welcomed with a glass of Kir and you will be served mineral water, half a bottle of wine per person and coffee to accompany your dishes.
After dinner, your guide will be picked you up to guide the Moulin Rouge to see the extraordinary show “Féerie”. It consists of a troupe of 80 artists, including 60 Doriss Girls recruited world-wide; 1000 costumes of feathers, rhinestones and sequins, made in the most famous Parisian workshops; sumptuous sets in shimmering colours, uniquely designed by Italian artists; outstanding international acts, and the awaited return of the giant aquarium. All this performed to original music recorded by 80 musicians and 60 chorus singers.