Ducasse sur Seine: a succession of flavours
A two-hour trip, which begins in front of the Eiffel Tower and promises to leave passengers with lasting memories. This sightseeing and gourmet cruise is a great getaway in an exceptional setting. Ducasse sur Seine's dishes served on board and the wine menu are worthy of the greatest French restaurants. The venue also caters to tailor-made events. Several areas can be hired partially or fully, such as Le Carré reception area located on the upper deck, which can accommodate up to 20 guests. This private lounge is perfect for business lunches or celebratory events for small groups. At the centre of the boat, the ‘chef's table’ welcomes up to 12 guests in an intimate setting. For a larger event, the main deck and the terrace of the liner are fully available for receptions for 45 to 102 guests.
Ore Ducasse: an evening with a royal cachet at the Palace of Versailles
Located on the 1st floor of the Dufour Pavilion, the Ore-Ducasse establishment in Versailles invites people to step back into royal history for an exceptional evening. An elegant cafe during the day, restaurant metamorphoses at night so that guests can organize events worthy of the splendours of the its royal past. Steeped in history, the restaurant takes guests on a culinary journey that awakens all their five senses while enjoying a unique view of the majestic Palace of Versailles. Spread across several areas, the 500 m² restaurant includes two dining rooms and three intimate reception rooms. With a capacity to accommodate from 2 to 124 guests, the restaurant serves refined contemporary cuisine inspired by the 17th century. Cocktail party evenings can also be organized. Finally, a meticulous attention to detail, the table set with magnificent tableware from the Ancienne Manufacture Royale de Limoges and sumptuous objects among the finest examples of 18th century decorative arts, make the experience a true journey through time.
Spoon: an event without boundaries
A true Ducasse cooking laboratory, Spoon does a great job of giving visitors a change of scenery by offering a culinary road trip across several continents. Stepping into this restaurant in the Palais Brongniart, customers experience a place full of colour that pays tribute to cultures worldwide. The atmosphere is chic but relaxed, just like the staff who take great care in welcoming their guests. The refined and fascinating cooking provides an adventurous experience in taste: Taiwanese shrimp cake and Zahtar shoulder of lamb, inspired by the flavours of the Maghreb, are just some of the dishes to try out. Hurry along to Spoon to enjoy yoghurt from the embassy of Mongolia in France, installed on its impressive terrace! You have until the end of April to plan an unusual event here for 8 to 16 people!
Champeaux: an ode to Parisian life
Located in central Paris in the Halles district, Champeaux refreshes the image of the Parisian brasserie. The establishment sports chic modern interiors and offers a menu of simple and classic dishes with a new twist, such as egg mimosa and blanquette of veal. The brasserie's bar practices the art of mixology with many original cocktails with evocative names such as Le Ventre de Paris (the Belly of Paris) or Marie-Antoinette. This comfortable brasserie, open from 11.30am to midnight, is ideal for hosting an event and may be privately hired in its entirety for up to 125 guests. Recently, in addition to the menus provided by the restaurant team during receptions, a Chocolate & Coffee corner is now available onsite to sample Ducasse’s delightful sweet creations.
Maison de l’Amérique Latine: a fine historical setting
Maison de l’Amérique Latine, in the heart of Faubourg Saint Germain, comprises two 18th century mansions, formerly owned by the Banque de France. Today, open to professional and private events, they can accommodate from 15 to 1,500 people. Recently renovated, the first of the two features contemporary reception rooms, with 3 on the ground floor for up to 150 people, a reception room on the first floor - ideal for an evening function for up to 220 guests -, and a 100-seat auditorium. The second private mansion, with interior decor inspired by the period in which it was built, offers 6 reception rooms for up to 400 people. Since 2019, 5 new Haussmann-style reception rooms on the top floor afford an unobstructed view of the gardens and rooftops of Paris and are ideally suited for receptions of up to 200 people. In fine weather, the magnificent French gardens can also host an outdoor event.