Friday, 13 July 2012

Bastille Day

FBi Radio Friday July 13, 2012

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The 14th of July, otherwise known as Bastille Day is upon us...tomorrow in fact. A great opportunity to get your French on, there are plenty of Gallic restaurants, pubs and markets hosting their own little fist pump for their day of national pride. Here are a few places worth checking out:

The Restaurant - Felix

With a three course meal including a glass of Champagne or Kronenbourg beer, diners who drop in for lunch or dinner tomorrow can choose from dishes such as twice baked gruyere souffle, classic steak frites with herb butter and bombe Alaska with gingerbread, honey ice cream, apples and pear. 

2 Ash Street
Sydney, 2000

Bastille Day - Sat 14 July
Lunch 12:00pm – 3:00pm
Dinner 5:30pm – 10:30pm
(02) 9240 3000

Check out the menu and details here
Cost: $100 for 3 courses including a glass of Champagne or Kronenbourg beer.

The Pub - The Argyle Hotel

The home of Allianz France's official Bastille Day celebrations this year, there will be complimentary French wine on arrival, table tennis, a cycling competition (er, ok), cancan dancing show and fabulously French foods to boot.  

18 Argyle Street
The Rocks, 2000

6.00pm - 10.00pm

Cost: $25 entry fee (this is an over 18s event)
Dress: Blue, white and red

The Market - North Sydney Market

North Sydney Markets, known for a great mix of vintage and second hand clothing, farmers market stalls and street food is getting into the French theme this Saturday. Visitors are encouraged to bring a picnic blanket and soak up the imported atmosphere, play petanque and complete the picture with fresh bread, cheese, macarons and other quintessentially French (read: butter laden and therefore delicious) treats. 

220 Miller Street
North Sydney 
9922 2299

9.00am - 3.00pm

Cost: FREE!
Click here for more info

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