Le Taste of France
“When I was a kid, I used to go buy cheese with my grandfather in south of France. He knew all the women who worked at the fromagerie, so I would always taste all the different types of cheese,” says Chef Marc Murphy in a perfect French. “Eating cheese with my grandfather is an experience I will always remember.” Even though Murphy now lives in New York City,
Music is a very important part of French culture. We are expecting a great lineup of French and Francophile bands on our stage throughout the day. Eat, drink, and dance along to classic and contemporary French music.
In between savoring the different tastes of France, guests will get to enjoy friendly games of Pétanque*, a national French pastime. This year there will be two opportunities to learn and play the game, as Le Taste of France has collaborated with La Boule New Yorkaise to host the inaugural LBNY Pro-Am & Taste of France Pétanque Challenge. PLAYING PETANQUE
Le Taste of France Show will be celebrating French cuisine by highlighting each region of France’s culinary specialties. The most renowned French food personalities and skilled Chefs from New York’s top restaurants will join forces and prepare a comprehensive guide to the diverse offerings of French cuisine: from the Crêpes and Ciders of Brittany to the Pastis
This Participation Guide features all the necessary information required in order to submit a French Flea Market Exhibiting Application. GENERAL INFORMATION The French Flea Market at Le Taste of France Show will feature works and goods from French and Francophones artists and designers from around the world. A slew of
How can we celebrate France without wine? Le Taste of France Show will have a tent dedicated to wines from France called La Maison du Vin. There, sommeliers and wine merchants will host wine tasting seminars and tastings. For our guests’ enjoyment, a skilled wine barrel making craftsman will build barrels throughout the day while talking through the different steps