Clay Hill Farm Brings a Parisian Vibe to Southern Maine

The sounds and flavors of Paris in the springtime will be brought to the coast of Maine on Thursday, April 11th, as Clay Hill Farm in Cape Neddick hosts, April in Paris: An Evening of French Music with Food, Wine & Spirits to celebrate the season. The feeling of sitting in a quaint French Bistro, enjoying the romantic music of Edith Piaf, Jacques Brel, Georges Moustaki, and Gilles Vigneault, will be captured by the unique blend of French folk songs, ballads, and fiddle tunes of musical group, La Madeleine, from 6-8:30 pm. A French inspired a la carte Bistro menu created by Clay Hill's culinary team will be offered throughout the evening, along with French-style wines, craft cocktails, espresso/cappuccino, and scratch made desserts.

Doors open at 5pm for the April in Paris night. Tickets are $12 per person, plus food and beverage from the special event a la carte menus. Limited Seating. Reservations by phone: (207) 361-2272, or online through Open Table: 


La Madeleine is a Maine-based, French/Celtic musical group comprised of singer, Madeleine St. Amant, singer/songwriter, guitarist, pianist, and band leader, Chip Harding, accordionist Carl Pehrsson, and fiddler, Emily Barbour. La Madeleine performs a variety of French- and French-Canadian artists, along with a mix of accordion and fiddle-driven Celtic tunes.

Clay Hill Farm is an award-winning restaurant and event venue on 10 private acres in Cape Neddick, Maine. The first restaurant in the country to be certified as a wildlife habitat and bird sanctuary, Clay Hill Farm is passionate about the natural beauty of Maine- proudly supporting locally sourced products, the community, and the arts.