A unique insight in the community #7

As the sun emerges more often and we bid farewell to winter, we're gearing up for the upcoming GOLD event. This Saturday, we're excited to welcome 100 couples for a truly intimate gathering. We can't wait to see everyone there!

In the meantime, our latest Caviar newsletter is here, packed with interesting topics! Get ready for an interview with Yves, our webmaster. Plus, Sarah is diving into the open-minded world and we've got some fascinating fun facts in store for you. Don't miss out!

La Chapelle


If you've misplaced or forgotten your membership card, you can request a new one during check-in at the next event. To cover these costs, there will be a €10 fee for issuing a new membership card. If there was a balance on your old card, you can reach out to our helpdesk at the event. They will assist you in transferring the balance to the new card.

However, if it's your first time receiving a membership card, it's on us!

Caviar Webmaster


Yves, the webmaster of 'Caviar de la Nuit', works during the day (but more often at night😉) on the website to ensure it functions optimally. During Caviar events, Yves is also on-site, ensuring a warm welcome and offering support with event check-in.

He has been interested in developing websites since a young age. Yves explains; 'At the age of 12, I built my first platform that was used throughout the Benelux (a Harry Potter gaming website). At 15, as I began to socialize more, a friend and I thought it was a good idea to also start a party website at the time.I completed my studies as a computer scientist and worked as a web developer for a year, until I pursued my passion as an event photographer. For years, I worked as a corporate event photographer until Covid-19 struck, and I saw all my income disappear. 
But, fortunately, through a stroke of luck, I ended up at Caviar through connections, and after almost a year of working on the website, we went live".

"Beau and Chloe handle all support and inquiries (at least on the website), but behind the scenes, I work as a developer dealing with various tasks. I perform maintenance, ensure everything remains functional, implement updates, and often assist ininvestigating matters related to the website and the membership card system.Furthermore, Beau, Chloe, and I work closely together to make the digital experience as smooth and seamless as possible. We brainstorm ideas on innovations that we can bring from the website to the events and vice versa".

Continuous learning is truly an essential part of being a good developer and webmaster, Yves elaborates. "My expertise lies primarily in programming and maintenance, but working with various partners, we ensure the security of the website. I often learn new things in this regard. Furthermore, a website is certainly not a 9 to 5 job, especially in the event sector".

Well, what do you do as a webmaster when a part of the website isn't functioning properly?

"So, occasionally, we do encounter glitches or error messages on the Caviar website, Yves clarifies. Therefore, we're extremely grateful for our dedicated members who bring these issues to our attention and provide us with new ideas. By positioning myself as versatile as possible and letting go of the 9-5 mindset, we ultimately achieve the desired result!"

Fun Facts


At 'Chateau d'Amour', we introduced our newest team member, the vigilant yet fair dress code enforcer, "Antonia in the building"!.

With her keen eye for detail and dedication to ensuring everyone looks their absolute best, Antonia goes above and beyond to make sure everyone shines like never before.

She'll be gracing our upcoming event with her presence once again...

Caviar Croque

Dancing makes you hungry, right? That's why we're introducing the 'Caviar Croque' starting from upcoming event, Club d'Or!

Delight in a 'Croque Caviar' or a 'Croque de la Nuit' and gear up for an unforgettable evening!

Caviar office

Last Friday, the Caviar team celebrated the official opening of the new Caviar office. 

This new office provides the Caviar team with the perfect space to meticulously plan and prepare for the upoming events!

We're proud to call this space our own, and we're excited to see all the amazing things that will come from our new headquarters.

Let’s talk about...!

by Sarah

In a world where personal freedom and self-expression are increasingly embraced, there are lifestyles that continue to teeter on the edge between taboo and openness. One of these lifestyles, often surrounded by whispers and curiosity, is that of open-minded people. For some, it's a liberating form of expression, while others see it as a controversial choice. Let's take a moment to delve into the world of open-minded people, where taboos are broken and freedom is embraced.

Open-minded people, individuals who choose to explore the boundaries of monogamy with their partners, enter a world steeped in complexity and prejudice. Often misunderstood and misinterpreted, where they grapple with the shadows of biases surrounding them. But behind the closed doors of exclusive clubs and discreet gatherings lies a community driven by a desire for connection, freedom, and openness.

Traditional views on relationships are challenged and reconsidered by them, believing in the importance of honest communication and letting go of rigid social norms.These people embrace the idea that love and intimacy can take many forms, and that the key to a successful relationship doesn't always lie in monogamy, but in understanding each other's needs and desires.

Yet, this lifestyle remains surrounded by myths and misconceptions. It's important to acknowledge that the choice to participate in this community is based on mutual consent, open communication, and respect for the boundaries of all involved. Open-minded people aren't reckless rebels; they're rather pioneers of openness and honesty in relationships.

In a society often focused on adhering to traditional norms, open-minded people are deviating from this with an intriguing perspective on love and connection. Whether one agrees with their lifestyle or not, it's essential to respect the choices of others and recognize that there's no one-size-fits-all approach to relationships.

In this exploring world, we can learn that true freedom isn't just about breaking chains but also about finding the space to understand ourselves and others. It's a call to look beyond the surface, beyond prejudices, and to embrace the rich diversity of human relationships in all their forms and nuances.

If you have any further questions or would like to continue exploring this theme, I'd be happy to discuss the possibilities personally. Please feel free to reach out, and we can explore how to proceed.

We are looking forward to welcoming you this weekend at Club d'Or, or at one of the upcoming events!

With love,

Beau & Chloé