2021 Best Bastille Day Restaurants in Los Angeles Area

Where to Celebrate Bastille Day
in Los Angeles

Bastille Day is a French national holiday held on July 14th, celebrating the storming of the Bastille in Paris in 1789 and marking the start of the French Revolution. The day commemorates the fall of the monarchy and the rise of the modern republic for citizens.

Celebrate Bastille Day with takeout or patio dining at one of these restaurants in Los Angeles, presented in alphabetical order.

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Blue Plate Oysterette
Breezy views and a variety of seafood dishes, oysters and a great grilled chicken. See More
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Garçons de Café
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A French wine bar/boutique in the Spring Arcade in downtown Los Angeles. See More
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Loupiotte Kitchen
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French café in Los Feliz on Vermont Avenue. See More
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monsieur marcel
Occupying one of the most charming corners of the Farmers Market, this open-air café and wine bar offers good pâtés, soups, an authentic croque monsieur sandwich, coq au vin, and much more. See More
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Nicole’s Market & Café
One of the top gourmet shops in SoCal is also a good place for quiche, pâté or a grilled eggplant panino. See More
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Find morning viennoiseries, a Parisian omelette, salade Niçoise and more at this Beverly Center boulangerie-pâtisserie-café. See More
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