#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. bastille-day-by-euthman-on-flickr

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

Photo credit: “Bastille Day” by euthman on Flickr.com


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