TBT recommends - 2006-01-25

  • 2006-01-25


Finally, a restaurant for the romanitic. Le Bonaparte's medieval interior, made up of majestic wooden beams, broad, crooked windows and stone walls, speaks for itself. The atmosphere mixes unexpectedly well with continental class: the silver tableware, lanky candleholders and classical music. The menu is, naturally enough, exclusively in French. But that shouldn't scare you away. It would be a shame to pass up Le Bonaparte's list of delectable appetizers, entres and desserts. Bon appetite!

Location: Pikk St. 45, (tel. 6464444)



On Feb. 13, Chanticleer, the only full-time classical vocal ensemble in the United States, will perform a concert. The group has developed a remarkable reputation over its 22-year history for its interpretation of vocal literature, from Renaissance to jazz and from gospel to experimental new age pieces. With its seamless blend of twelve male voices, ranging from countertenor to bass, Chanticleer has earned international renown as "an orchestra of voices."

Latvian National Opera

Aspazijas Blv.3, (tel. 7073777)

Tickets: 10 's 40 lats



Ged ready for flying children, fearless pirates, beautiful mermaids and a sprinkling of fairy dust. - all in a place called Neverland. On Feb. 4 - 5 the Utenos Arena will show Peter Pan on Ice. This classic story will be presented on a grand scale, with picturesque costumes and sets, original music, acrobatics, and air stunts, along with all sorts of special effects. The play features an international group of professional skaters.

Tickets: 40 's 60 litas

More info: www.bilietai.lt