Jour de la Bastille at South End’s Brasserie

Brasserie Boston

If you’ve yet to nail down your Bastille Day plans, here’s your invitation to go out and mangez comme les français! Instead of making a mess in the kitchen trying your hand at steak frites and escargots, let South End’s newly opened Brasserie host you and a dining companion of your choosing for a celebratory dinner. On the $135 prix fixe for two, you’ll find a combination of delightful traditional french dishes — with a healthy dose of flair, of course. To start, indulge in a glass of Champagne Collet from the bottle of brut that comes with the meal, and then follow that with a dozen fresh East Coast oysters. Don’t worry, the fun doesn’t stop there; for the plat principal, and star of the menu, you’ll find a Dover Sole Meunière served with a brown butter sauce, sea beans and yummy corn succotash. Save room for some end-of-the-meal sweets: macaron ice cream sliders paired with whipped chocolate ganache for dipping. If you happen to catch a clear sky tomorrow evening, be sure to ask about Brasserie’s lovely patio. Reserve your table on their website or OpenTable, et Joyeux Quatorze Juillet!

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