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  • Viva La France! RN74 Hosts Bastille Day Celebration July 14 07.11.17

     

    Celebrate Bastille Day in style at RN74! Michael Mina’s Seattle restaurant will be hosting a Bastille Day Celebration on July 14 from 3-10 pm in honor of the French National holiday. The event will feature an opulent spread of French-style hors d’oeuvres, oysters, craft cocktails and an abundance of wine from their award-winning cellar, all for just $45. The lavish event will also tempt with fun, engaging and entertaining burlesque dancers and a complimentary photo booth.

     

     

    For those who are looking for a more decadent celebration, RN74 is offering a three-course dinner with French wine pairings selected by RN74 sommelier Jeff Lindsay-Thorsen. The menu features a twist on classic French fare including Foie Gras Torchon with black truffle gelee, Alaskan Halibut Bouillabaisse with Penn Cove mussels, Manila clams and saffron rouille, and a selection of sinfully French desserts including Mousse Au Chocolate, that will certainly leave you wanting more. View the full menu online. The $125 seated dinner starts at 5:30 pm and includes admission to the Bastille Day Party.

     



    The celebration also calls for a Bastille Day themed cocktail –The French Summer Sparkle! The holiday-themed libation features Big Gin, earl grey simple syrup, lemon juice, lavender bitters and champagne. It’s a big taste of France in a perfect summer drink.

     

     

    Tickets to the Bastille Day celebration can be purchased at Brown Paper Tickets. General Admission Party tickets are $45; three-course dinner and Party tickets are $125.

    RN74 is located on 1433 4th Ave & Pike St in downtown Seattle. For more information visit website RN74 online.

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  • Purchase Bastille Bash Tickets Online by Jul. 10! 07.09.14



    Madison Valley’s third annual Bastille Bash is this Saturday, July 12 from 3-8 p.m.! The French-inspired celebration is expected to sell out so beat the lines this weekend by purchasing your tickets early. Food tickets and wine passports are available for purchase online until 12 p.m., Thursday, July 10. After that they will be available for purchase on July 12 at Bastille Bash.

    Food tickets are sold in packages of four for $10. Each restaurant offers various menu items for one, two, or three tickets. One wine passport, priced at $20, entitles you to 10 tastings of wine, beer, or spirits. Bottles of wine will be for sale to take home and all proceeds benefit Art With Heart.

    Wine and dine all along East Madison Street as local restaurants, wineries, distilleries, and breweries serve Parisian-inspired bites and refreshments. Here’s a sampling of what to expect:

    Restaurants & Food:
    Ascona Chocolate – Handmade chocolates
    Bar Cantinetta – Meatballs, pecorino, fettunta
    Belle Epicurean – Macarons, beet salad.
    Cafe Flora – French brie and fresh tomato on baguette; Local berry bowls with fresh whipped cream.
    Crush – Bites from Chef Jason Wilson
    Harbour Pointe Coffeehouse – Shakerado (iced coffee drink); Cookies (shortbread or chocolate chip).
    Harvest Vine – Paella.
    Luc – Pork sausage, white beans, pickled vegetables.
    Queen Bee – Crumpets with French brie and honey poached Rainier cherries; Duck confit, whole grain mustard and rosemary aioli.
    Seattle Salads – Coconut Oil Popcorn: garlic or curry; Mini Salad Shakers in 3 varieties: Salade Nicoise, Lime Peanut Salad, Strawberry Mint Salad
    Simply Soulful – Iced tea/sweet tea; Sliders; Gumbo.
    Chef Thierry’s Dessert Booth – Yogurt bavarois, strawberries, blueberries, struesel.

    Cool down with sips from some of Washington’s best wineries, breweries, and distilleries.

    Wineries:
    Boisset Family Estates
    Forgeron Cellars
    Garagiste Wine
    Mark Ryan Winery
    Pomum Cellars
    Smasne Cellars
    Swiftwater Cellars
    Woodhouse Wine Estates
    Zero One Vintners

    Distilleries:
    Sidetrack Distillery
    Brovo Spirits
    Sodo Spirits

    Breweries:
    Elysian Brewing
    Ninkasi Brewing

    Guests will also enjoy live French music and entertainment, street performers, kids activities, and more. Come by this Saturday to celebrate everything French in the name of the revolution!

    For more information about the event including maps, entertainment schedules, vendors, and more details, visit the Bastille Bash website. Follow Bastille Bash on Facebook for the latest updates.

    Proceeds from the event directly benefit the Detlef Schrempf Foundation and Art With Heart. The Detleft Schrempf Foundation supports organizations that provide assistance to children and families of the Northwest. Art with Heart is on a mission to help children overcome trauma through creative expression.

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  • The 3rd Annual Bastille Bash is June 12! 07.02.14

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    Bonjour! The storming of the Bastille is approaching–the storming of the “Bastille Bash” that is! Madison Valley will host their third annual “Bastille Bash” up and down East Madison Street, Saturday, July 12th from 3-8 p.m. Stop by to enjoy copious amounts of French flair provided by Madison Valley restaurants, bars, shops and more.

    Come prepared to bon appétit! Indulge in French inspired cuisine by local favorites Voila and Luc, or take a bite out of Seattle’s “Best Macaron” by beloved Parisian patisserie, Belle Epicurean. Over a dozen Madison Valley restaurants will be participating in the bash, offering enticing sweet and savory bites inspired by French cuisine.

    Although Madison Street may be far from the rolling vineyards of Bordeaux, that doesn’t mean we can’t all enjoy a glass of wine in the name of the revolution! Take a sip from some of Washington’s best local wineries, breweries, and distilleries, and stroll down Madison colorfully decked out in red, white, and blue. Oui oui!

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    Guest will also enjoy live entertainment and music throughout the bash, which includes burlesque dancers, street performers, stilt walkers, accordion players and more.

    For more information about the event including maps, entertainment schedules, and highlights, visit the Bastille Bash website, and follow them on Facebook for the latest updates.

    Tickets:
    The event is free to attend, but be sure to purchase food tickets and wine passports in advance to beat the lines!

    Beneficiary:
    Proceeds from the event directly benefit the Detlef Schrempf Foundation and Art With Heart. The Detlef Schrempf Foundation supports organizations that provide assistance to children and families of the Northwest. Art with Heart is on a mission to help children overcome trauma through creative expression.

    Bastille Bash Participating Businesses:
    Restaurants & Food:
    Araya’s Place
    Ascona Chocolate
    Bar Cantinetta
    Belle Epicurean
    Cafe Flora
    Crush
    Essential Baking
    Harbour Pointe Coffeehouse
    Harvest Vine
    Jae’s Asian Bistro and Sushi
    Luc
    Northwest Catering
    Pagliacci Pizza
    Queen Bee
    Seattle Salads
    Simply Soulful
    The Spoon Project
    Thierry’s BBQ
    Voila

    Wineries: (Bottles of wine will be for sale to take home. All proceeds benefit Art With Heart.)
    Forgeron Cellars
    Pomum Cellars
    Swiftwater Cellars
    Zero One Vintners
    Boisset Family Estates
    Mark Ryan Winery
    Smasne Cellars
    Woodhouse Wine Estates
    Garagiste Wine

    Breweries:
    Ninkasi Brewing

    Distilleries:
    Sidetrack Distillery
    Brovo Spirits
    SoDo Spirits

    Retailers:
    All The Best Pet Care
    Baas Framing Studio
    City People’s
    Fast Frame
    Fury Consignment
    Henrietta’s Hats
    Hoa Salon
    Honey Skin Spa
    Istina
    Jarbo Design
    Kate’s Day Spa
    Lavender Heart
    Lila Yoga
    Maison Lux
    Missi Lu
    Paragon Fitness
    River Song
    Sugarlump
    Vian Hunter

    Entertainment from local artists + performers:
    Live music: Vin Voleur, Nu Klezmer Army, Isobella Bloom Duet, street buskers and more.
    Burlesque & Dance: The Shanghai Pearl, Russel Bruner, Inga Ingenue, Rainbow Fletcher, The Castaways, and Holly Pop.
    Street performers: Cherry Manhattan as Marie Antoinette, juggler Nickolai Pirak, stilt walker Babette LaFave, mime Tiny Tim, and more.

    We hope to see you at this lively celebration of fine French food, wine, music, and entertainment! Au revoir!

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