Le Mole Passedat Restaurant: les aperos du Mole-MuCEM, Marseille.
Perched on the roof of the MuCEM, Le Mole Passedat offers an unbeatable view of the Mediterranean and Marseille Cathedral La Major.
Cuisine and culture according to Gerald Passedat-
Le Petit Nice’s three star chef, Gerald Passedat, wanted to partner with the MuCEM because food is an integral part of Mediterranean culture.
To create Le Mole Passedat, the chef devised multiple spaces dedicated to its discovery: a restaurant with a panoramic view and a terrace on which to savour his cuisine, a bistro serving its own variations on mezze, food stands serving quick and tasty bites, a cafe at Fort Saint-Jean for traditional cuisine, a cooking school and a Mediterranean kitchen garden. Varied culinary offerings are preserving the spirit of the chef’s cuisine:
– Mediterranean cuisines
– Seasonal produce
– An immense flavour palette to discover
Les aperos du Mole will be held every thursdy of June and July on the terrasse of the restaurant. Selection of Tapas, dj set, from 8:00pm.
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In Marseille, the Mucem stands out as a great museum dedicated to the Mediterranean.
What makes the Mucem so unique is that it recounts, analyses and sheds light on the ancient foundations of this cradle of civilization and the tensions running through it since that time, all in the same place and with the same passion. Also that it is a platform for discussions about Mediterranean issues.
Both its exhibitions and its cultural programmes offer a multidisciplinary vision that combines anthropology, history, archaeology, art history and contemporary art to show the public the multiple facets of the Mediterranean world and its ongoing dialogue with Europe.
As the first museum devoted to Mediterranean cultures, the Mucem is a completely novel structure. The product of the metamorphosis of a major societal museum – the Museum of Popular Arts and Traditions, created in Paris in 1937 –, it represents the first real conversion of a museum from national to regional. The Mucem Museum of the Civilizations of Europe and the Mediterranean opened in Marseille in June 2013. By the following year, it had joined the ranks of the 50 most visited museums in the world.
The Mucem encompasses three sites. Along the sea, at the entrance to the Old Port, the J4 building (Rudy Ricciotti’s and Roland Carta’s symbolic architectural creation) and the Fort Saint-Jean, a fully restored historical monument, are the perfect embodiment, with their two footbridges, of the idea of building a connection between both shores of the Mediterranean. They host major exhibitions and artistic and cultural programming events. In town, in the Belle de Mai district, the CCR Centre for Conservation and Resources houses the museum’s collections. This unique grouping allows the MuCEM to offer a multitude of cultural activities.
The Mucem is interested in the contemporary aspects of European and Mediterranean civilizations. Its collections include more than 350,000 objects, as well as a large assortment of documents, comprising a total of a million works of art, documents and objects, an extraordinary treasure trove that is promoted by means of an ambitious programme of permanent and temporary exhibitions.
The 21st century museum aims to be a real cultural centre covering a vast swath of history, making use of all the disciplines of the humanities and social sciences and displaying artistic expressions from both shores of the Mediterranean.
A Mediterranean crossroads:
The museum’s goal is to promote Mediterranean heritage, take part in the creation of new exchanges in the region and, during this period of profound upheaval, help to lay the foundations for the Mediterranean world of tomorrow. In Marseille, the Mucem is a place where, on both a national and an international scale, people can come to gain a better understanding of the Mediterranean.
7 Prom. Robert Laffont, 13002 Marseille
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1 Esplanade du J4, 13002 Marseille
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