A spectacular dinner in a Parisian palace: ‘Les diners Volants’
On the occasion of illustrator Kanako’s exhibition ‘Les Parisiens’, the Paris City Hall and My Little Paris asked WATO to help them organize a project entitled ‘Les Dîners Volants’.
An online lottery open to all Parisians with a chance of winning a spot for 4 exceptional dinner parties in some of the most iconic places in Paris.
Altogether, close to 40,000 Parisians tried their luck; only 24 were able to get in.
This dinner party featured:
- A private guided tour introducing guests to the history of the venue followed by an exceptional dinner
- An exploration of the Salons, where guests were asked to hold hands and close their eyes
- Guided by Anne-Flore Brunet (from My Little Paris), guests entered the dining room to the sound of Bach’s Solo played by cellist Mélanie Badal
- An exceptional dinner orchestrated by chef Matthieu Housse
Check out the other Diners Volants : in a swimming pool, in a Castle dungeon, in a Parisian museum