Festival of French culture on now at The Parisian Macao
The inaugural French-themed Joie De Vivre Fest, a celebration of French food, wine and entertainment taking place at The Parisian Macao Eiffel Tower’s Observation Deck (Level 7), until June 30, 2018, has kicked off with an exciting opening night.
A vibrant, al fresco dining festival for afternoon tea, happy hour and dinner, right under the Eiffel Tower, Joie De Vivre Fest allows visitors to enjoy a crafted selection of cuisine and world-class entertainment while taking in spectacular views of the Cotai Strip.
Speaking at the opening night, Ruth Boston, Senior Vice President, Marketing and Brand Management, Sands China Ltd. said: “We’re really excited about this French-themed outdoor dining festival being held at our spectacular Eiffel Tower for the first time. Joie de vivre means “joy of living”, and if there’s anyone who truly understands the meaning of great food, drink and entertainment it’s the French.
“Visitors can enjoy a genuine taste of Parisian café culture with the Eiffel Tower as a backdrop and panoramic views of the Cotai Strip until the end of June. There is a feast of gastronomic delights for festival goers, both tourists and locals, to choose from, accompanied by exciting live performances.”
The festival is being held alongside another celebration of French cuisine and wine that takes place in Macao and Hong Kong, Le French GourMay. As part of the event The Parisian Macao’s Brasserie and Le Buffet restaurants are presenting an authentic taste of the South of France, focusing on the region of Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur throughout May.
Offering a truly immersive experience for guests to discover and indulge in the cuisine of the second most visited region of France, spanning from the southern Rhône Valley to the Mediterranean coastline, The Parisian Macao has curated a sublime array of food, wine and entertainment.
Date: Until June 30, 2018
Venue: Level 7, Eiffel Tower, The Parisian Macao
(Enter via Eiffel Tower Gift Shop on Level 5)
Time: 3 pm-10 pm Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday
3 pm-midnight Friday and Saturday