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Dinner-dance & show at the Moulin Rouge

If you’re in Paris a night out at the Moulin Rouge, the world’s most famous nightclub, is definitely de rigueur.

HIGHLIGHTS:

* Enjoy a gourmet dinner in the emblematic Moulin Rouge

* Don’t miss out on a top Parisian entertainment venue

* Seen by over 600,000 people a year

The Moulin Rouge first opened during the Belle Époque and is located in the eighteenth arrondissement of Paris, in the Pigalle district, at the foot of Montmartre. It first opened its doors in 1889, during the celebration of the first centenary of the French Revolution at the same time the Eiffel Tower was inaugurated. The cabaret housed a space for exhibitions in its garden and even a giant elephant from the World Expo. Known worldwide for its risqué shows, especially the Can-Can, the Moulin Rouge quickly became the place to go for the Parisian fashionable set attracting an audience consisting of all types of revellers, princes, bourgeois, artists, writers and the working classes. The painter Toulouse-Lautrec immortalized the unique atmosphere of time in his posters with his great muse the vedette, La Goulue. 600,000 people a year attend the shows while enjoying a gourmet dinner. The show includes 100 artists, 60 dancers, 1,000 costumes of sequins, feathers and rhinestones, 800 pairs of shoes, a tank with 40 tons of water and even 5 pythons. Visitors can choose from two different gourmet menus – so come and enjoy an unforgettable evening at the Moulin Rouge. MENU Mistinguett: Terrine of Montmartre Duck Foie Gras with fruit chutney OR Mistinguett King Prawns with Smoked Spices, Vegetable Tart and Herb Vinaigrette. Free Range Chicken braised with Morel Cream and Fresh Pasta or Baked Fillet of Salmon with White French Butter, Boiled Potatoes and Baby Plum Tomatoes. Tendresse of Fruits of the Forest with Fruity Clouds and Raspberry Sauce OR Gourmandise of three chocolates Echiquier with Crunchy Chocolate Pearls. MENU TOULOUSE LAUTREC: Festival of Norwegian Smoked Salmon, Tarama, Trout Roe and Avruga with Char-grilled Bread or Stuffed Dover sole, Sour Cream and Mezclum Salad. Steamed Bream with Champagne Sauce and Creamed Potatoes OR Veal Sauté au Valentin with Supreme Sauce, Pilaf Rice and Baby Onions. Moulin Rouge Opera Tart, Chocolate Wings and Chocolate Hazelnut Sauce OR Tendresse of Fruits of the Forest with Fruity Clouds and Raspberry Sauce. The Moulin Rouge first opened during the Belle Époque and is located in the eighteenth arrondissement of Paris, in the Pigalle district, at the foot of Montmartre. It first opened its doors in 1889, during the celebration of the first centenary of the French Revolution at the same time the Eiffel Tower was inaugurated. Meeting/pick-up point: 2 Rue des Pyramides, 75001 Paris.Start or opening time: Daily at 6.45pm. Duration: Approximately four hours. Other information: Formal dress required and gentlemen must wear tie and jacket.