Diner en Blanc

Dîner en Blanc Comes to Atlanta October 16

Venez, si vous voulez, à une soirée exceptionnelle sous les étoiles où vous pouvez manger, boire, et parler avec des amis . . .

Bienvenue — welcome — to Dîner en Blanc.

The international epicurean phenomenon is coming to Atlanta on Thursday, October 16th.

Diner en BlancLaunched in Paris in 1988, the evening has expanded to more than 50 cities across five continents. It’s a simple yet sophisticated concept: hundreds of diners gather at a secret location revealed at the last minute to share a meal with friends, both new and old, in one of the city’s most beautiful spots.

Guests are asked to dress head to toe in white, with stylish originality encouraged.

Throughout the evening there will be live music, dancing and celebratory moments. When the trumpet sounds signaling the end, guests will pack up everything they brought, leaving only memories of the Dîner behind.

Moet & Chandon Ice ImperialGuests will also have the unique opportunity to toast with Moët Ice Imperial, the first-ever champagne meant for sipping over ice. The official champagne of the Dîner en Blanc in Atlanta, Moët Ice Imperial is best served with three ice cubes in a large, Cabernet-style wine glass. Fresh and fruity with tropical fruit flavors, it’s perfect for any party.

Registration is now open for Dîner en Blanc Atlanta. Click here to join the waiting list. Sign up quickly as space is limited.

What else to know: guests bring a table and two white chairs; a picnic basket comprising quality menu items and china dinner service including proper stemware and flatware; and wine or champagne (beer and hard liquor are prohibited). Participants must wear white and be dressed elegantly. The event is rain or shine.

For more information on Dîner en Blanc, visit atlanta.dinerenblanc.info.

Click here to find out more about Moët Ice Imperial.

Dîner en Blanc Atlanta, Thursday, October 16. Location to be revealed near the time of the event.

headline image: Dîner en Blanc in Paris, 2013 by Fabrice Malard

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