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!