Where to Go French on Bastille Day Today

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You don’t have to be French to celebrate Bastille Day on  Saturday, July 14.  Think of it as another reason to relish independence and experience one of the many multi-cultural restaurants in the San Fernando Valley.  Or just pretend you’re French.  From casual bistro fare to more refined indulgence, there are choices for everyone.

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California Canteen

California Canteen is reminiscent of a very casual, neighborhood bistro you might stumble upon in Paris or the South of French. The fare is a combination of French and Mediterranean with a decidedly California twist — and fair prices. The French Onion soup and Salade Nicoise will put you in the mood.  Wine starts at $5.50 by the glass.  Bottles also available. The Sangria is a must if you like the sweet stuff. (323)876-1702 3311 Cahuenga Blvd. West, Universal City


Bistro Provence

This restaurant in a Burbank shopping center is a surprise.  Pairing mustard walls and wood furnishings, this stylish restaurant feels very country French.  Check out their two-course Sunset Dinner from 5 p.m.to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Sunday for $17.50 (cash only) — or the three-course $32.50 anytime dinner.  A la carte is available as well. 345 N. Pass Ave., Burbank. (818) 840-9050.

Cafe Bizou

The originator of the $1 soup or salad, Cafe Bizou has made a name for itself for over two decades as a very reasonable and reliable restaurant with excellent food — albeit French with a Continental twist. Don’t miss the Monkfish served on safron shrimp risotto and fried carrots with a lobster sauce.  It’s always packed, so make a reservation. 14016 Ventura Boulevard  Sherman Oaks., (818) 788-3536


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Barbara August 24, 2012 at 01:16 PM
The Bistro Garden in Studio City, is another wonderful place for celebrating Bastille Day... they serve Continental, French Cruisine..... check them out....They are go overboard in the French theme... it's wonderful


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