Café Llorca, located on the first floor of the Grimaldi Forum Monaco, replaces the former night club Karement. Aware of the importance of offering delicious cuisine at reasonable prices, Chef Alain Llorca, who holds two Michelin stars, established his restaurant in the trend towards the "democratization" of gastronomy.
The Principality of Monaco offers thrilling vacation experiences, world-class cultural and sporting events, historical attractions, legendary hotels and restaurants to suit all budgets...
The Michelin starred Mandarine and its large terrace are located on the 6th floor of the Port Palace hotel with a breathtaking view of the harbor and its mega yachts. Across from the marina stands the legendary Rock and the Prince’s Palace. Proudly directed by Chef Patrick Raingeard, the menu reveals a refined and inventive cuisine inspired from all around the Mediterranean basin.
The Monaco Government Tourist Office North America works closely with each client to understand special needs and to recommend ways companies can maximize their investment to achieve optimal results from their program in the Principality. Marketing support including print and on-line images, postcards, invitation cards which can be customized are available.
The Brasserie of Monaco , originally founded in 1905 at the instigation of Prince Albert I, reopened in August 2008 on the shores of Monaco’s yacht-filled harbor. The Brasserie recently teamed up with the world’s oldest brewery equipment manufacturer, the German company, Kaspar Schulz (in business since 1677) and the result is a 264 gallon boutique brewery.
Founded by Prince Albert 1 in the early 20th century, the Oceanographic Museum is known for its prestigious setting, famous aquarium, historic collections, themed exhibitions, and famed director Jacques Cousteau (from 1957 to 1988). In preparation for the celebrations of its 100th anniversary, the museum underwent an ambitious program of renovation that included its meeting space.
The famous chain just opened its latest venture in the north wing of the Monte-Carlo Casino. The premises will include a restaurant with seating for up to 160 people, and a bar which will accommodate between 80 to 100 people. A “Zen-like” ambiance has been created by carefully balancing materials, colors, objects of art, and sensuous music compiled by a talented DJ.
For years, many American clients, including cruise lines, have relied on the professional expertise of Monaco-based Cambiaso Risso for planning shore excursions in Monaco and along the French and Italian Rivieras. In early January, an incentive and convention department was established now making Cambiaso Risso a full-service DMC operating in the Principality and southern France.
Yoshi, located in the Hôtel Métropole Monte-Carlo, opened in December 2008 and serves contemporary Japanese food, reinterpreted by Joel Robuchon, the chef who can claim the most Michelin stars in the world, with 26 stars in the current Michelin Guide. The design of the restaurant reflects Joel Robuchon’s poetic and modern view of Japan.