Bonne Fête Nationale! (I hope I didn't get that wrong!) Bastille Day is the French national holiday celebrating the storming of the Bastille prison, seen as a symbol of creating the modern French nation during the French Revolution. (There are also some fun holiday traditions. For more, this page is a jumping-off point.)
French restaurants all around Atlanta are celebrating Bastille Day with food and drink specials.
French American Brasserie celebrates Bastille Day with a dinner party including the full menu (because, as they say, a celebration should not be limited). 30 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd. 404-266-1440. www.fabatlanta.com.
Atmosphere: Specials include steak tartar with fries for $15 and a special French 75 cocktail (gin, champagne, sweet & sour mix and a lemon twist) for $8. Reservations recommended. 1620 Piedmont Ave. 678-702-1620. www.atmospherebistro.com.
Petite Auberge: Special menu (available through July 17) includes coq au vin and grouper. Regular menu also available. Reservations recommended. 2935 North Druid Hills Road. 404-634-6268. www.petiteauberge.com.
Café Alsace: Special prix fixe dinner menu available in addition to regular menu. Prix fixe menu includes four courses. Reservations required for prix fixe; recommended for regular menu. $40. 121 Ponce de Leon Ave., Decatur. 404-373-5622. www.cafealsace.net.
Anis: Special three-course menu, $38 per person, includes harissa shrimp, wild mushroom and candied garlic flatbread, chilled asparagus soup, steak, swordfish au poivre and a Georgia peach crisp. These items can also be ordered a la carte and the regular menu will also be available. 2974 Grandview Ave. 404-233-9889. www.anisbistro.com.
(Photo from Wikipedia)
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