When: April 12, 2015, noon
Where: Restaurant Tout Va Bien -
311 W 51st St New York, NY 10019 [directions]
Hosted by Jean-Pierre Touchard, join us for this three courses menu with a complementary glass of Alsatian Wine by Alsatian winery Domaine Bernhard-Reibel from Chatenois.
Choice of 4 Hors d'Oeuvres :
- Potage du Jour
- Moules Marinières (Mussels with White Wine, Shallots and Garlic)
- Prosciutto with Melon
- Goat Cheese Salad
Choice of 3 Entrées :
- Poulet Cordon Bleu (Breast of Chicken with Swiss Cheese and Ham)
- Sirloin Steak au Poivre
- Filet de Sole Meunière (Filet of Sole)
- Side dishes : Potatoes Gratin, Green Beans and Tomatoes Provençal
Choice of 4 Desserts :
- Crème Brulée (Vanilla Custard )
- Tarte Tatin (Warm Apple Tart)
- Mousse Au Chocolat (Chocolate Mousse)
- Expresso, Café or Tea
After the lunch, projection of the documentary “Tout sur le Cabaret Alsacien” with the presence of the filmmaker Gabriel Goubet:
For more information and RSVP: contact Gisele Zielinski (201) 414-4866, email@example.com.
Price: $39 per member and friend of Alsace - $45 non memb
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When: March 31, 2015, 6:30 p.m.
Where: Consulat de France - New York -
934 5th Ave, New York, NY 10021 [directions]
We are pleased to welcome Professor and author Laura Auricchio to speak about her recently acclaimed biography The Marquis: Lafayette Reconsidered.
Professor Auricchio is from the New School in New York, and will be joined by Professor and curator of the Lafayette exhibition at Cornell University, Laurent Ferri, to discuss the perception of Lafayette - viewed by the Americans and viewed by the French - a surprising difference of opinion!
Book signing and reception to follow the lecture. No charge for members and invited guests.
Don't forget to mention you are guests of Francus Dubois at the entrance.
When: March 30, 2015, 6:30 p.m.
Where: L'Albertine -
972 Fifth Avenue New York, NY 10075 [directions]
L'albertine is organizing a great event, featuring French and Strasbourg native slam artist, poet, writer, and film director Abd al Malik about his literary work and autobiographical feature film Qu’Allah bénisse la France !, winner of the FIPRESCI Discovery Prize at the Toronto International Film Festival.
This event has been organized in cooperation with the 2015 edition of Focus on French Cinema.
In English. Free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary.
More info. here.
When: March 11, 2015, 8 p.m.
Where: Cafe D'Alsace -
1695 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10128 [directions]
Join us for our Annual Choucroute Party, Wednesday 11 March, starting 8 PM, at Cafe d'Alsace.
Chef Philippe Roussel will interprets this traditional dish from Alsace with its legendary and contemporary New York flair.
And if Choucroute is not your cup of tea, take a look at the menu here.
To RSVP email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When: March 1, 2015, 2 p.m.
Where: The Drawing Center -
35 Wooster street, SoHo, New York City [directions]
Join us for a family-friendly guided tour to the Tomi Ungerer Exhibit.
The Drawing Center exhibition is the first career retrospective in the United States dedicated to this extraordinary artist. Beginning with his childhood drawings depicting the Nazi invasion of Strasbourg, through his work in New York and Canada, and concluding with Ungerer’s most recent political and satirical campaigns as well as [read more].
We'll get a hot chocolate after for those interested.
When: Feb. 28, 2015, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Opia Restaurant -
Renaissance New York Hotel 57, 130 E 57th St, New York, NY 10022 [directions]
Sabrina Rauch, one of the main actors of "Choucroute Merguez", is coming back to New York for a French oldie singing show this Saturday evening. She will sing authentic 1930-60 French songs, accompanied by Patrice Fessel, a jazz musician and traditional accordionist. The show is called "Simone et Marcel."