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Bon Appetite! Parisian Party Food

Eiffel Tower CenterpiecesThe French are known for their rich foods and delectable pastries, so have fun with your food choices when hosting a Paris themed party! You can easily serve only finger foods and desserts with this theme, but we have enclosed some main dish choices if your palettes are longing for a heartier fare!

Main Dish (some choices are renamed to sound genuinely French!)

French cuisine selections – most served with a white sauce
Loire Porkloin
Boulevard Beef
Seine Salad
French Onion Soup
Croque Monsieur (grilled ham and cheese sandwich)
Café Chicken
Quiche

Finger Foods and Pastries

Croissants
Cheese trays
Eclairs
Roasted garlic and crackers
Pate’
French bread

Drinks

Several options of coffee
Bottled water (especially those bottled in France)
Red and white wine choices

Check out our decorating tips for ideas of how to dress your food and dining tables up in Parisian style!

3 Comments

  • Judie
    Posted July 16, 2008 at 9:31 AM | Permalink

    Please help.

    We are having an outdoor graduation party for our daughter that will be leaving to attend the University of Paris. It will be held in August with 150-200 people attending. In particular, I need some more menu suggestions. Can you help?

    Judie

  • Valbona
    Posted January 15, 2009 at 4:10 PM | Permalink

    I have having a party next month (February) for my graduation. 25 people will be attending. I need some party planning ideas and some menu suggestions.

    Thank you for your help

    Val

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