Bastille Day By The Bay: San Francisco

Today is Bastille Day to Francophiles everywhere. You can watch the Tour de France on TV. Or here in San Francisco, you can celebrate in a variety of ways:
• Join thousands of revelers at Plouf and the other international restaurants lining the city’s newly named “French Quarter” on Belden Alley, between Bush & Pine Streets, in the shadow of the Bank of America building.The street will be closed to traffic from 5pm to Midnight Friday.
• Cross the Golden Gate Bridge to dine at The Left Bank, a French fixture in the town of Larkspur featuring specials, lie accordian music, costumed staff and complimentary champagne Friday and Saturday.
• See “Monet in Normandy” at the Palace at the Legion of Honor Museum through September 17.

Posted by Gil Zeimer on July 14, 2006 in Food

Comments (3)

  1. Dan
    Dan says:

    My wife and I used to spend Bastille Day in Belden Lane, but no longer. It’s too loud, too young and too crowded!

  2. Gil Zeimer
    Gil Zeimer says:

    Hey Dan:

    I totally agree! I had lunch there this week and it was a zoo!

    Thanks for your comment!

  3. sddwest
    sddwest says:

    san francisco has tamed itself just a it too far. we were supposed to be, at least, edgier than seattle…

    the festivities in this city read like a retirement community, edging for a tranquil grave or a bath. gosh

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