(Sponsored article) Immortalized by the famous paintings of Toulouse-Lautrec, the Moulin Rouge has been inviting guests to experience a glamorous universe, existing somewhere between dreams and reality, since 1889. A quintessential establishment in the City of Lights, the Moulin Rouge is a must for any Parisian vacation.
Mythical, almost frozen in time, the Moulin Rouge theatre is a sight to see itself. The Belle Époque décor is iconic of France, and the authentic murals and original posters of the artists who have performed there still cover the walls and Morris columns. The stage has been home to many great performances by Edith Piaf, Frank Sinatra, and Liza Minnelli, to name a few. Accompanied by an orchestra playing the classics from around the world, you’ll sit on the dance floor and in the wings of this historic establishment to enjoy dinner and the show.
From December 21st, 2017 to January 2nd, 2018, Chef David Le Quellec has prepared a special holiday menu for the Moulin Rouge. Never straying from a commitment to high-quality ingredients, the dinner has been designed to feature French gastronomic traditions in a creative way. The dessert, imagined and created by pastry chef Eric Barnerias, will sweetly finish the first part of the evening. With 120 butlers, row chefs, and waiters, the service is always top-notch.
When the little red lamps fade to dark, you’ll know that the main event has begun. “Féerie” features 60 performers, original music, and 1000 costumes made from feathers, rhinestones, and sequins. In this two-hour extravaganza, the music and dancing are entertaining and engaging, mixing the old world with the new. And, of course, you can always expect a visit from those classic French cancan girls!
Go with your friends, your family, or significant other, for a night of classic Parisian fun at the Moulin Rouge. Dinner and show in a stunning theatre, the evening is utterly Insta-worthy and a vacation must.
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