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What's On In Paris | Weekend 6-7 May 2016
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What's On In Paris | Weekend 6-7 May 2016

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Updated: 27 May 2016
The weekend is here at last! The days are getting longer, which means there is even more weekend to enjoy. Even though the recent sunny spell has been marred by cloudy days and chilly winds, there are still plenty of bright activities to warm up your day. From amazing food to music, to outdoor activities, here are the best things to do and see this weekend in Paris!

FRIDAY

FOOD | Gentle Gourmet Café

At this popular vegan restaurant, the food is prepared so beautifully that flowers bloom right on the plate!

© Monstruo Estudio/Unsplash
© Monstruo Estudio/Unsplash

MUSIC | The Great Bowie Party at La Trabendo

Let’s dance! Get down like the late and great spaceman, as La Trabendo hosts this wild David Bowie-themed fun-fest.

David Bowie | © Louise McLaren:Flickr
David Bowie | © Louise McLaren:Flickr

SATURDAY

PHOTOGRAPHY | So long, China – Patrick Zackmann at MEP

Photographer Patrick Zachmann captures the metamorphosis of Chinese society as it goes through turbulent and triumphant years, from 1982 to 2015.

Courtesy of Maison Européene de la Photographie
Courtesy of Maison Européene de la Photographie

FESTIVAL | Paris Beer Week

The minds behind the annual Paris Beer Week pride themselves on being the first festival in the Île-de-France region that is dedicated to craft beer. Discover their creations here.

Pint | © Pexels
Pint | © Pexels

DRINK | Moonshiner

A true American Prohibition speakeasy, from the clandestine entrance and the retro jazz to the menu of 83 whiskies. Who said the days of Gatsby are dead?

Courtesy of Moonshiner
Courtesy of Moonshiner | Courtesy of Moonshiner

SUNDAY

INSPIRATION | Wade Davis Ted Talk on Disappearing Cultures

Broaden your horizons with Wade Davis, a pioneer in ethnobotany, as he discusses the precious and rapidly disappearing cultures of the world.

© Wade Davis/TED Talks
© Wade Davis/TED Talks

OUTDOORS | Irises and Wysteria at Monet’s Garden

Marvel at the most famous garden in the world – in full bloom – one hour north of Paris in Giverny.

Monet's Garden | © momo/FLickr
Monet’s Garden | © momo/FLickr