#AperoJIMINI'S

Come gr(u)b a drink with JIMINI'S team for next #ApéroJIMINIS, May 31st, in the bar Triplettes in Paris. 

Scheduled that night : 

- Open crickets, mealworms AND grasshoppers

- Tasting of our delicious bars

- Crazy foosball games

- Happy hour til 9pm

- Friends, laugh ans love

They are waiting for you to have some crispy edible insects, chat with the team, gr(u)b a drink, chill with friends and have so much fun.

See the Facebook event here

WHEN
31 May 2016 to 01 Jun 2016
WHERE
Triplettes Bar
102 Boulevard de Belleville
Paris 75020
France
Google map and directions
CONTACT
Raphaëlle Browaeys ·

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