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Bagatelle Group, the French hospitality brand of luxury restaurants and beach clubs, has announced the opening of two new restaurants on the coast of St. Barth’s which opened on the 16 November, alongside its Courchevel branch, opened on the 9 December.

Bagatelle Group has established itself in the most exclusive places around the world, with the group now owning 15 venues across the globe. The new sites will deliver unique experiences with exceptional food, extensive drinks and Bagatelle’s trademark vibrant atmosphere.

Bagatelle Group’s ITA restaurant in St. Barth’s, which opened 16 November, is a new culinary experience blending authentic and traditional dishes, from Mexico to Peru. Originally launched in Mykonos in July 2023, the ITA concept has now launched within the Plaza, offering an intimate rooftop setting overlooking the port of Gustavia and its famous marina. Hidden from outside views, the restaurant is an oasis of greenery with tropical plants and green décor, echoing the restaurants’ menu created by Corporate Chef of Bagatelle Group, Chef Rocco. As a tribute to its Mexican heritage, ITA also hosts a tequila bar where guests can enjoy a wide selection of the famous spirit.

This winter, Bagatelle Group and Maison Tournier are delighted to be working together for the first time on the L’Aventure restaurant, an institution located in Courchevel 1850. Re-opening in mid-December, in time for the winter season, the restaurant offers fine dining at a high altitude in the heart of the village. The menu features French gastronomic recipes with winter flavours and is sure to delight visitors. Guests will also be carried away by the festive spirit, where, like a cabaret, shows and dance performances will take place throughout the night.

The menu development for the new sites is led by Chef Rocco Seminara (previously Hôtel Martinez in Cannes, Hôtel de Paris in Monte-Carlo, and trained by Alain Ducasse) who creates culinary delights, and balances flavours bringing the French joie de vivre lifestyle to destinations around the world.