Dîner en Blanc is a worldwide event, spanning six continents, in which people gather in a public space and set up a temporary, chic dining area. Guests come dressed in white to enjoy quality food and wine and only a select number of participants who have been invited are made privy to the location the day of the dinner, and generally converge in an iconic city location.
As not so many of you know, Paris has two “Diner en Blanc” and as I was on both of them I will write about the one I prefer more. So, the first one is a biggest one with more than 17,000 people and this one is open one, which means everyone can be part of it. The second one is invitation only, which means more private and beautiful locations and lots of friends = better atmosphere.