Seems like a French restaurant's authenticity card will be revoked if they don't do something to honor ~BASTILLE DAY~. Here's a brief round up of who is doing what around town besides the usual Belden Place mayhem.
Cassis is offering a special $49.95 prix fixe dinner menu (three courses plus amuse bouche). Beverages, tax, and gratuity are additional, and their regular menu will not be offered on this day.
Le Charm has a special menu at $48 per person, inclusive of a Kir Royale and amuse bouche to start. Plus the Tipsy Gypsy Trio will be playing their Django Reinhardt/gypsy-style jazz.
Chez Papa Resto is serving a four-course prix-fixe menu for $60 per person, with an optional wine pairing, a decorated dining room, live music on the patio, and a surprise $10 cocktail. 5:30pm–10:30pm.
Grand Cafe Brasserie and Bar does a full party from 5pm onward, with half-off select French wines, Marie Antoinette will grace the ballroom (played by sommelier Danielle Kuzinich), there will be an accordion player, and complimentary cake for all guests. There will also be an optional prix-fixe menu for dinner.
RN74 is doing a party with Vintage415.The event starts at 5pm, featuring French-inspired cocktails and punch as well as bites from executive chef Jason Berthold.
Tue. July 14th, 2009