Make your summer even better with a visit to our pop-up stores

Publication date: 26/08/2022
Every summer, the Principality hosts a variety of pop-up stores, serving delicious snacks and refreshments to savour as you stroll through the city streets.

On Square Beaumarchais outside the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo you'll find the Veuve Clicquot pop-up store, the perfect place to pull up a chair and relax as you taste a selection of delights from the à la carte menu.  Champagne, hot and cold drinks, and sweet and savoury snacks are served daily from 12 pm to 8 pm,  until 3 October 2022. And don't miss the live DJ with Mr Jaz every Sunday from 5 pm to 8 pm!

Continue walking along the Monte-Carlo One pedestrian precinct, and you'll find the Mada Lounge with its friendly and festive welcome in the Jardins des Boulingrins, which is still open for a few more days. The summer pop-up run by the Mada One – the "snackonomy" restaurant by Chef Marcel Ravin – invites you to experience its cosy atmosphere, surrounded by greenery with unrivalled views of the Casino de Monte-Carlo and its fabled façade. With cocktails, DJ sets and live music, here you'll find everything needed for a unique experience in a little oasis of cool!

For a gastronomical experience in an exclusive setting, the restaurant Yoshi at the Hôtel Métropole Monte-Carlo presents its pop-up store in the Odyssey space. When the sun starts to set, settle down by the hotel pool and savour the menu of the Côte d'Azur's only Michelin-starred Japanese restaurant…

Finally, to round off the perfect evening, discover the summer pop-up created by the famed ice maker Pierre Marcolini on the elegant Avenue de Monte-Carlo. With breathtaking panoramic views of the Casino de Monte-Carlo and Port Hercule, try their sumptuous flavours coated with home-made chocolate… And as an added bonus, children can take a ride on the carousel in its unique setting. Open until early September!

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