5 Things to Eat and Drink This Weekend in Metro Phoenix
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Creative Commons Celebrate Bastille Day this weekend at restaurants all over the Valley
On Sunday, July 14, the French and francophiles around the world will celebrate the national French holiday, Bastille Day. Mostly, we'll be using it as a good excuse to indulge in some authentic French cuisine, which is being offered at restaurants all over the Valley for the annual occaison. At Coup de Tartes in Phoenix, they're starting the party today with special menu featuring Court de Tarte Escargot ($10) and Provencal Veal Chop ($31). Their Bastille Day menu will be available through Sunday. Call 602-212-1082 for reservations.
More events this weekend:
- Ex-Quiessence Chef Opening July-Only Pop-Up Restaurant on Tempe's Mill Avenue
Petite Maison in Old Town Scottsdale will host its Bastille Day Celebration today through Sunday from 5 to 9 p.m. The four-course menu features Seacat Garden Cherokee Tomatoes in every dish, including Cherokee Yellow Tomato consommee, butter poached Pacific cod, and Cherokee Orange, Yellow, Red and crimson triffle. The $59 dinner includes wine pairings and reservations are required. Call 480-991-6887.
If raising a glass is more your style then head to La Bocca in Tempe, where they're celebrating on Sunday by popping bottles of Saint-Hilaire, France's oldest sparkling wine. Created by Benedictine Monks of the Abbey of Saint-Hilare more than 450 years ago, this sparkling wine out dates the first Champagne by 100 years. Available for $8 by the glass or $28 by the bottle. Visit the Facebook event page for more information.
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