Every week there are new things to do, read, listen, watch… We want to present you our selection of the novelties of the week, the things that we liked, and that you may like.

On the program of the week, watch “Once upon a time in Hollywood”, go to the exhibition “Chic et utile, l’art du porte-monnaie”, to the Arènes Lyriques and discover L’Ebauchoir!


Chic et utile, l’art du porte-monnaie

The wallet is a daily object that is not often put forward, however, it shows a remarkable work. In addition, it has never been the subject of an exhibition in France. The collection collected by Henri Joannis-Deberne is unpublished, it covers the period 1830-1930.
More than 200 different pieces will be exhibited, of various materials (shell, wood, ivory, fabric, metal, shell, leather, etc.) and from various sources (France, Austria, England, Italy, Russia, etc.).
Monnaie de Paris : 11, Quai de Conti, 75006

Exposition Monnaie de Paris - Chic et utile, l'art du porte-monnaie
© La Monnaie de Paris


The Arènes Lyriques

This summer, go a few steps from the Sacré-Coeur to enjoy the musical evenings of the Lyrical Arena.
Come live this magic evening led by the Orchester of the Arènes and its wonderful lyric voices. The opportunity to spend a moment out of time, to discover or rediscover Paris.
At the end of the concert, you can even share a drink with the team in the Arena Garden.
Jardin des Arènes de Montmartre : 25 rue Chappe, 75018

Address of the day


Discover L’Ebauchoir, a simple restaurant where you eat good food for a reasonable price. Close to the Aligre market, this bistro always welcomes you in a good mood! On the plate, find the classics: herring fillet and cucumber salad, radish and chickpeas, duck breast, beetroot coulis and strawberries and one of the best grandmother rice cake terrine. You will find 3 starters as well as 3 dishes a day, a simple and effective menu! L’Ebauchoir : 43-45, rue de Citeaux, 75012

L'Ebauchoir - salle restaurant parisien - brasserie
© La Fourchette


Once upon a time in Hollywood – Quentin Tarantino


In 1969, television star Rick Dalton and stuntman Cliff Booth, their long-time liner, continue their careers in an industry they no longer recognize.