Rochambeau’s private dining room will be transformed into a Perrier Jouët Garden for one night on Friday, February 28th from 9:30pm to 2am.

Join Rochambeau for their most exclusive event of the year as they transform their Private Dining Room overlooking Boylston Street into the Perrier Jouët Garden for one night, and one night only. Slip into your sexiest nightwear – or comfiest flannels – and sip your way into a party you’ll never forget.

Tickets are available for $50 and include champagne cocktails, a photo booth in the PJ Garden, dessert in the dark buffet, and a live DJ all night long featuring the Hess Twins. Tickets are available for purchase by clicking here! Please note that this is a 21+ event.

Dirty Water Media’s Boston’s Red Carpet production recently visited Rochambeau and spent some time in the kitchen with Chef Nick click here to view that segment.

WHERE: Rochambeau, 900 Boylston Street in Boston, Massachusetts

About Rochambeau – Buzzing with energy, Back Bay’s newest restaurant – Rochambeau- is part French belle, part Parisian street kid, and is conquering the dining scene one order of rose and steak-frites at a time. The two-floor, all day restaurant, bar, and café serves contemporary French fare in a scene buzzing with energy.For menus and hours of operation, visit

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