Let them eat crêpes! On Friday, July 14th, celebrate Liberté, Égalité and Fraternité in the Back Bay with a night of dining, drinking and dancing. From 6:00-11:00pm, Marlborough St. between Berkeley and Clarendon will be closed to traffic for the French Cultural Center’s annual (their 42nd, in fact) Bastille Day Block Party, with food from local French favorites like Bar Boulud, Bastille Kitchen, La Voile, and Les Sablons, and drinks sponsored by Lillet and Pernod Ricard. Feel free to let your hair down and dance in the street, with live music from Francophone artists Ben l’Oncle Soul and Daby Touré. Tickets, available online here, are $33 each, and allons-y, because this event sells out fast.