#304 – Experience French Culinary Tradition in Atlanta with Culinary Parcours, French-Influenced Restaurant Week – November 29 through December 12, 2010
If you have a love affair with French food, you will not want to miss Culinary Parcours, a French-inspired restaurant week in Atlanta, organized and sponsored by the Consulate General of France in Atlanta.
Culinary Parcours, which translates loosely to “culinary tour,” invites you to explore the various French and French-inspired restaurants in the Atlanta area and showcase some of the best of French culinary tradition. Take a tour of France via Atlanta’s sophisticated and varied eateries – try somewhere new or visit an old favorite!
Participating restaurants are Anis Cafe & Bistro, Atmosphére, Au Pied de Cochon, Le Giverny, Petite Auberge, Violette Restaurant. Each location will feature a 3-course, prix fixe menu for just $30.00 per person, featuring one of France’s most treasured traditions – its culinary art.
Culinary Parcours is November 29 through December 12, 2010 – reservations are recommended at each participating restaurant to ensure that you can get a table! You can view menus for each restaurant by visiting the Culinary Parcours website – click here.
This unique restaurant week is part of “France-Atlanta 2010, Together Toward Innovation,” an ambitious event promoting scientific, economic, artistic and humanitarian cooperation between France and the American Southeast. For a full calendar of events for France-Atlanta 2010, click here.
WHERE: Culinary Parcours, French-Inspired Restaurant Week – Various participating restaurants