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Monday
02
APR

French Mondays - The Return of International Jedis

18:00
22:00
Flute Champagne bars
Event organized by Flute Champagne bars

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Hello International friends,

It's official : after our international travels and discoveries around the world (and beyond), we are joining the French Mondays - The New Apéro Art de Vivre that will take place at legendary French owned Flute Midtown. Hosted by Yuka Kiso. Everyone willing to follow the rules (one drink minimum and strong belief in the force of French Jedis) is welcome !

Concept : Please join our next International Monday for a chic happy hour "Apéro", where you can your meet, greet, and network (and, reportedly, meet the French love of your life if you get that chance)... .
The entrance is free, one drink minimum.

The word “apéro” is the name for both the ritual of going out for a pre-dinner drink, as well as the sort of drink that you would probably have at such a ritual. Invented by French people, of course.

The Specials will be announced later this week : please mention Sensate or ask for Yuka. Official languages : "Franglais". Note that the body language matters more : get noticed, be friendly, keep open, share, and love.

So, join us now by RSVP here or meetup.com : Bring whatever French you have (if any), friends, and your business cards as the goal is also to meet new members and catch up with our regular meetup family from Brooklyn and Manhattan. So, if you are a newcomer, no worries. This is an event sponsored by Sensate and French New York City, expect 50-80 people.

Venue :

Flûte Bar & Lounge opened in midtown Manhattan in 1997, taking over the space that once operated as the notorious speakeasy, Club Intime. At Flûte Midtown, they take champagne out of the nightclub VIP room and bring it into the chic, intimate, comfortable setting of a New York lounge : French apéro art de vivre meets New York City happy hour, and the happy hours take much, much longer.