14 July 2015

Happy Bastille Day!

Bastille Day festivities at Fish Restaurant, Charleston, SC 
On July 14, 1789, a bunch of French men and women fed up with the aristocracy stormed the Bastille, freeing political prisoners and the like and ultimately starting the French Revolution. Over two hundred years later foodies around the world celebrate the day with French food and fanfare. Local restaurants are joining in the fun with Bastille day-themed menus and events.
And Fish Restaurant does it best! Marie Antoinette, Napoleon, Trout al la Provençale, can can dancers and more! It was fun. Thanks for the treat Andre, Chef Nico Romo and Fish Restaurant!



8 comments:

  1. What a fantastic and fun event!

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    1. My friend Andre is French so it is an annual event for us.

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  2. In that first picture, that fish is giving him the exact same look that I just did. HA!

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    1. Hahah! I had to hold my camera over the crowd to get that shot.

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    1. Yes, they have a giant flag flying in front of the restaurant. The chef Nico Romo is French so they go all out.

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