In restaurant news this week: Dining out in the UK is predicted to fall by over a third in September, London wine bar Top Cuvée gets ready to open a shop, and a MasterChef: The Professionals finalist prepares to open a West African restaurant in October.
Urban winery unveiled in the Eiffel Tower
La Winerie Parisienne, the team behind the first winery in the greater Paris region since 1970, has unveiled a new site in one of the world’s most iconic urban landmarks.
Domaine Clarence Dillon to publish cookbook based on Paris restaurant
Domaine Clarence Dillon, the owner of Château Haut-Brion and La Mission Haut-Brion, is to publish a cookbook from its two-Michelin starred Paris restaurant Le Clarence based on the cuisine of chef Christophe Pelé.
Eurostar launches ‘press for Champagne’ button
Diner deluxe Bob Bob Ricard pioneered the ‘press for Champagne’ concept and now the Eurostar is following suit with a button of its own to mark its 25th birthday.
Thieves steal €500k of fine wine from famous Paris restaurant
A gang of thieves have reportedly stolen hundreds of thousands of euros worth of fine wine from a famous restaurant in Paris, the latest audacious wine heist in the French capital.
Hélène Darroze launches Marsan in Paris
Two decades after her debut on the Left Bank in Paris, the chef and restaurateur has opened her new flagship restaurant called Marsan by Hélène Darroze.
iDealwine gets behind Paris wine bar ‘228 Litres’
Online wine auctioneer iDealwine has partnered with a young wine entrepreneur to open Paris’s “first connected wine bar and shop”.