On July 14, 1789, troops stormed the Bastille, the medieval fortress and prison in Paris. Associated with the harsh rule of the Bourbon monarchy in the late 1700s, the storming of the Bastille was a pivotal event at the beginning of the French Revolution. Fête de la Fédération was the on held on July 14, 1790. as a way to celebrate the establishment of a constitutional monarchy in France.
Today, Parisians celebrate this national holiday with a grand military parade up the Champs Elysée, colorful arts festivals, and raucous parties marking the holiday. Uncork a bottle of wine, have a boogie on the dancefloor and join the celebration here at Le Blaireau Bar & Bisto, New Forest.
Enjoy an authentically French 3 course dinner with coffee and before throwing some serious shapes on the dancefloor in your best French fancy dress.
£30.95 per person
The New Forest Brasserie and Bar in the grounds of Careys Manor Hotel, offers authentic French cuisine inspired by traditional regional cooking, with a selection of fine wines to choose from and a vibrant informal atmosphere. Feel welcomed and relaxed in the charming restaurant and enjoy the simple delight of delicious and flavoursome food and excellent service. Le Blaireau is a hugely versatile venue and suitable for any event.
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