Margot Lecarpentier of Combat Bar is going to be doing the brunch shift at another great cocktail bar, Divine, this Sunday to celebrate International Women’s Day. Great talent and a great spot – so well worth a stop!
A woman focused wine tasting and chance to make anglophone friends with Women of Paris and Paris Wine Girl.
18th arrondissement craft beer institution Le Supercoin hosts its monthly Superquiz with October’s theme being lady artists and public personalities. Get your team together and sign up early to get in on the fun!
DelectaBulles, a Champagne networking club for women, is organising a series of ladies-only masterclasses all about champagne. Come to enjoy bubbles and the company of other wine loving women, sessions run regularly from September 21st to November 30th.
Women of Paris has decided to do the first ever charity Sugar+Spice tour in the spirit of the holiday season! We are super excited to do this and all donations will go towards a campaign for women based in France called #WhoisYourHeroine?
We are offering a free Women of Paris Essential Walk on October 7th starting at 2:30pm. Come join us as we discuss various historicial women and stroll through the city. If you have any questions please let us know!
This episode of Paris Cocktail Talk focuses on Females in the Industry. We’ll talk with Aurélie Panhelleux of CopperBay, Audrey Fort of the Rooster Factory, and Ivy Mix of Leyenda Bar and Speed Rack. We’ll also have a great recipe for the Pink Lady cocktail.
Cette degustation regroupe les vins de l’association femmes et vins de Bourgogne
There has been lot of buzz around “gender equality” in kitchens for the past few years and recent accolades like “The Gods of Food” and “Best Female Chef” have provoked the pot to the boil, so to say.
How are we to reconcile the fact that women have been fixtures in home kitchens since the dawn of time in contrast to flashy images of portly men in white toques garnering all the glory? Bridging the gap between gender segregation and removing stereotyping in the kitchen will be up to the current generation of cooks and their responsibility to pass these credos down to the next. How individuals are treated in professional kitchens, what it means to be a woman in that environment, and what the future might hold for tomorrow’s cooks will be the theme of our May WICE Lite talk.
About the instructor: Lise Kvan is a Danish – American chef based in Paris. She began professionally cooking at the age of 15 and has received a culinary degree from Ferrandi – Ecole Supérieure de la Cuisine Française. Lise also holds a double Bachelors in Sociology and Gender Studies from the University of Virginia. You can currently find Lise teaching cooking classes at La Cuisine Paris.