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Where to celebrate Bastille Day in Melbourne

Bastille Day is France’s celebrated national day that has a special place in the hearts of Francophiles around the world. If you’re one and live in Melbourne, then you’re going to want to know where to go to sample to finest French fare the city has to offer. Here they are…

Lhotel Gitan bar Melbourne

L’Hotel Gitan

European inspired gastropub, L’Hotel Gitan, is the perfect place to celebrate all things French with classic European flavours and aperitif.
Aperitif Hour runs from 4pm to 6pm with $2 Oysters, $10 Lillet or Aperol Spritz, $12 NV Billecart-Salmon, $7 House Wine and $6 Schooners.
Find it at 32 Commercial Road, Prahran or call 03 9999 0990.
Pascale Bar Grill Melbourne

Pascale Bar & Grill, QT Melbourne
Pascale Bar & Grill – in addition to their current menu which showcases seafood dishes and premium steak options, they are serving the below special:

Coq Au Vin – Free Range Chicken Maryland in a deep rich red wine sauce and Paris mash, for $32/$40 with glass of Guigal Cotes du Rhone.

Find it at 133 Russell St, Melbourne or call 03 8636 8808.
St Kilda Burger Bar Melbourne
St Kilda Burger Bar
Having partnered with Melbourne Truffle for the truffle season, St Kilda Burger Bar, as well as the STKBB burger truck has added a special burger to their menu in honour of Bastille Day: the Angry Pierre. Charged at $18, it is a Francophile’s delight, made up of Beef, truffle, egg, triple cream brie, sauce choron.
Find it at 10 Brighton Road, St Kilda East or call on 03 9531 1542.
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