Legacy Hall celebrates Bastille Day

Bastille Day returns to Legacy Hall from 1 to 4 p.m. today. The third annual French-themed bash will feature French music, food, and drinks and more.

Among the Franco food items available today will be authentic crêpes and Croque Monsieur’s, as well as Raclette plates, sweet crêpes, and charcuterie boards by Parisian Chef Julien Eelsen at Whisk & Eggs. Specialty champagne cocktails, including a French 75 with St-Germain, will be available on the first and second floors. Guests can even purchase special $35 bottles of Perrier Jouët.

French-gypsy-jazz musician La Pompe will take the stage at the Box Garden from 2 to 4 p.m. Other French entertainment includes a wandering accordion player who will be roaming the hall. Alliance Française de Dallas will be teaching French phrases. A local artist will also offer complimentary caricature painting inside Tonic Bar & Lounge.

The event is free and open to the public. Guests can also purchase “Le VIP Package” for a reserved spaces Tonic.  That package includes cocktail service, charcuterie and Perrier Jouët champagne. Lounges are also available for groups of four or six.

 

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