Posts Tagged "yetunde"

January9, 2018
by Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau

Coming soon . . . New in Paris 2018

We get excited at the start of each year where we here about the many great things to come in Paris. Check out some food (and drink), loving finds to whet your appetite in 2018.

November20, 2017
by Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau

Countdown to Christmas in Paris

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Paris. If you’re coming to Paris this Christmas, here is a list of Paris Christmas Markets to enjoy.

August12, 2017
by Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau

7 Places for the best views of Paris

It’s not just atop the Eiffel Tower that you get a spectacular view of the city and while not every sky-high view will have you looking at a well-known

August9, 2017
by Cook'n With Class

Cook’n With Class set to offer a Michelin-studded Chef’s Table – Food & Wine Pairing event in Paris

On Tuesday September 26th, 2017 – Chef Geoffroy Maillard and chef Eric Fraudeau will join their culinary forces to bring us a special Chef’s Table – Food & Wine Pairing event “à quartre mains”. Chef Maillard is chef/owner of Michelin-starred restaurant, La Table d’Eugène & French Tapas bar – La Rallonge. Chef Eric Fraudeau is chef/owner and creator of Cook’n With Class Paris and Cook’n With Class Uzès.

July15, 2017
by Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau

Bastille Day Celebrations – Fireworks Display

14 juillet – Bastille Day. Fireworks. Firemen’s balls & fanfare. What is this day all about in the first play. And a replay of this Bastille Day’s fireworks display.

May10, 2017
by Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau

Le Hasard Ludique – Paris Upcycling urban spaces

Paris is a city on the move. The city is poised to re-invent its urban spaces as much to the delight of its inhabitants as its visitor. Paris upcycling is the new trend where la ville lumière is transforming unused spaces into urban oasis.

May1, 2017
by Yetunde Oshodi-Fraudeau

Fête du Travail – French Labor Day (May 1st)

It’s French Labor Day – La Fête du Travail. The Fête du Travail in France is a holiday that is just as if not more important and observed as Christmas. What’s it all about and what should you expect?