Everyone has experienced the situation when planning their ultimate dinner party – what music should you play? Every aspect of the guests experience has been catered for, the menu, the drinks, the table settings and the lighting. The only thing that remains is to set the mood with the music. Mezzanine De L’Alcazar sets this perfectly and effortlessly with a sublime soundtrack to dine to as well as turning up the tempo for the after dinner party.
Situated on Saint Germain in Paris’ Left Bank, an area made famous thanks to philosophers such as Jean Paul Sartre, Albert Camus and Simone De Beauvoir discussing existentialism in its coffee shops, is Sir Terence Conran’s restaurant Mezzanine De L’Alcazar.
A firm favourite amongst Paris’ cultured, jet setting bon vivants and stylish gastronomes, Mezzanine De L’Alcazar sits comfortably in revitalized, modern day Saint German, where you’ll find the lively Latin Quarter and couture fashion boutiques.
In a city famed for gourmet dining and couture fashion, Mezzanine De L’Alcazar is Paris’ destination restaurant: the place to see and be seen in, and that’s down to Sir Terence Conran, the leading British designer of his generation’s, trademark elegance and fastidious attention to detail.
Conran’s transformed the former 17th century Royal Tennis Court and cross-dressing cabaret venue, into a split-level restaurant and a 12-metre glass roof bathes Mezzanine De L’Alcazar in light, air and space.
Dining at Mezzanine De L’Alcazar is a multi-sensory experience: its classic French-Mediterranean and English cuisine with a twist whets the palate, and simultaneously sparks your sense of smell and touch; exhibitions from world-renowned photographers (including Japan’s most famous lens man Nobuyoshi Araki) catch your gaze as DJs including Michael Canitrot (So Happy In Paris), who’s conceived sound designs for Dior, Cartier, Versace, and Prada, nourish your ears with delicate disco and luscious soulful house.
This delicate collection of specially selected tracks has been designed to stimulate the senses whilst dining and then later after your espresso, it sets the mood with sophisticated music to dance to.