Bastille Day 2017: Best restaurants in Palm Beach County to celebrate French holiday


Bastille Day is celebrated in remembrance of the beginning of the French Revolution. Restaurants around the county are honoring the French holiday with great deals and fun celebrations.

Pistache French Bistro

The French restaurant in downtown West Palm Beach will host a three-day celebration which kicks off today. The special menu, which is offered Friday and Saturday, includes small plate options of Escargots de Bourgogne en Meurette, Ris de Veau and Salade Lyonnaise. French entrées include Rougié Duck Breast, Steak Frites and Bouillabaisse. Desserts include Floating Island and Pistache Crème Brulée. 

Entertainment will consist of strolling musical performances on Friday and a performance by the Annie Royer Quartet on Saturday. Check Pistache’s website for more information on performance times.

Pistache: 101 North Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561-833-5090


Paris in Town Le Bistro

The Downtown at the Gardens restaurant is offering special drink and menu items including raspberry and blueberry French mojitos; filet mignon with crab meat, served with truffle mashed potatoes and spinach and chicken with capers, red peppers, artichokes and tomatoes, served with asparagus and mashed potatoes.

>> Related: What is Bastille Day and how to celebrate in Gardens

Paris in Town: 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens


La Bonne Bouche

The French restaurant in downtown Lake Worth offers a three-course prix-fixe Bastille Day meal ($45) which includes specialties like pissaladière, country pate' and toasty baguettes, organic salmon provencale and boeuf bourguignon. Reservations for today and Saturday are required.

La Bonne Bouche: 516 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth; 561-533-0840


Meat Market

This Palm Beach hot spot celebrates with a wine tasting featuring rare Rosé wines. Hors d’oeuvres created by Chef Sean Brasel ($45). The event is tonight from 6 to 8 p.m.

Meat Market: 191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach; 561-354-9800


Other spots to enjoy a French bite:

Chez L’ Epicier

Maison Carlos

Café Boulud

Café L’Europe

Paneterie

Paris Bakery & Cafe

Bistro Bistro

Chez Jean-Pierre


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