Thu 7 Nov 2013
Montmartre—the stomping ground of some of the most famous artists in Paris. Explore the history behind this famous quartier with Gid, an artist who opens her home and kitchen to small parties looking for delicious food and a truly unique Paris experience.
Enjoy brunch or a candlelit dinner in Gid’s beautiful garden, where she’ll be happy to discuss the artists who once called Montmartre home, Toulouse-Lautrec, Van Gogh and Renoir. Gid’s menus are intricate spins on classic French dishes, and each meal ends with a decadent chocolate dessert paired with a glass of champagne. Additionally, this artist-hostess peppers the dinner with local finds, like fresh-baked bread from Montmartre bakeries and wine from her favorite neighborhood shop.
Art lovers from everywhere will fall head over heels for Gid’s studio/apartment in a quintessentially Paris neighborhood. Gid often ends the meal with a guided trip of the cutest cobblestoned streets of Montmartre! There, visitors can discover secret gardens, legendary artists’ homes and Picasso’s studio.
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