Saturday, December 16, 2017

Table Games: Monaco Foodie reviews Bagatelle Monte Carlo

What’s in a name? Take bagatelle. Is it a trifle, a musical composition or a board game? The latter description sticks most. Yet even...

Monaco’s real meat market: the good, the bad and the grass-fed

Unless you’ve been out of town for a while, you’ll have probably noticed the ad on the back of Monaco buses promoting €99 fillets...

Final family garden workshop Saturday at Stars’n’Bars

When Stars’n’Bars first surrounded its port terrace with a vegetable garden three years ago, it was the first time a restaurant had set up...

US Consul General visits BeefBar to promote high-quality American imports

On Monday, the BeefBar in Fontvieille welcomed newly appointed American Consul General in Marseille, Simon Hankinson, in his first visit to Monaco. The unique occasion,...

Meridien mixology course makes learning fun

Registration is now open for the Meridien’s new Mixology class, which starts September 19. Set in the sea-front hotel with a private beach in the background,...

Eating out without freaking out in MC

Dining out used to be an excuse for me to eat unhealthy, mostly because I thought there were never wholesome alternatives on a menu....

Boulevard needs Cova, says Briatore

Flamboyant businessman Flavio Briatore believes he is doing Monaco a favour by opening the upmarket patisserie Cova on blvd. des Moulins. Opening at number...

The World’s Favourite Drink

There’s nothing like a whiff of scandal to ensure popularity in perpetuity. Tea –that innocuous hot drink that reminds me of grandmothers, knitted cosies...