Celebrating Bastille Day in DublinTown
In light of it being Bastille Day tomorrow we thought we’d highlight some of the French businesses in DublinTown as well as some others who are celebrating along with them. Bonne Fete Nationale!
Maybe you‘ll be celebrating with some fancy French food, a little out-of-your-budget bottle of wine, or treating yourself to some new French fashion guilty pleasures (we wish!) – but at the very least, you should check out these fun French places in your very own Dublin City Centre.
L’Occitane offers high quality beauty products and fragrances, developed following the principles of phytotherapy and aromatherapy. Their textures and fragrances are inspired by the Mediterranean lifestyle.
The Church Bar and Restaurant are celebrating Bastille Day with special French dishes on offer, French DJ’s as well as outdoor games! Book your table to make sure you don’t miss out.
To celebrate Bastille Day, Cornucopia are offering a 20% discount when you buy a tea or coffee and any slice of cake! Available all day.
This store based on Wicklow Street sells French influenced clothing for both expectant mothers and children. They also sell a range of storage, equipment, toys and gifts – everything you need to prepare yourselves for your new arrival! On Bastille Day they will have colouring books and crayons in store to keep the kids preoccupied whilst you shop!
Step into 1920’s Paris with the traditional Le Petit Parisien cafe. Eat in, take away or treat yourself to an item from their bakery this Bastille Day.
La Maison is a classic French Bistro in the heart of Dublin city centre. All dishes are served fresh and cooked made to order by their international chefs. Pop in to the restaurant on Castle Market and choose from their well thought out menu!
Ladurée is the most renowned French luxury bakery and sweet makers in the world, and they have definitely mastered their craft since being founded in 1862 in Paris by Louis-Ernest Ladurée. Ladurée’s grandson Pierre Desfontaines came up with their most famous treat the macaroon in 1930, by connecting two macaroon shells with their famous ganache filling.
Anthony Peto hats began in 1992. Today they are still made in the company’s workshop in the centre of Paris, the only one of its kind in the French capital. You can find the Dublin store on South Anne Street where you can browse an array of unique styles.
Cocoa Atelier is French-inspired, Irish-owned boutique that sells delightful chocolate treats. This foodie gem offers chocoholics a wide range of hand-made macaroons, truffles, ice cream and pastries. Drop by on Bastille Day and browse through their opulent collection of delicacies and sip on a cup of freshly brewed coffee.
Enjoy classic French food in Dublin’s original and oldest wine bar. There’s over 350 wines on offer, 40 of which are by the glass, but don’t worry there is always an expert on hand to guide you!
The Green Hen is a French Bistro, offering classic dishes in a relaxed atmosphere. Situated over two floors on Exchequer Street, enjoy anything from their Early Bird menu right up to Al La Carte fine dining for Bastille Day.
Joules on Wicklow Street are celebrating Bastille Day with up to 50% off their sale stock! They stock casual kids, women and menswear meaning their is something for everyone.
Pichet is based on Trinity Street and is well renowned on the Dublin foodie scene. Their menu has hints of French elegance but with a modern Irish twist giving their customers a unique dining and bar experience! Why not book a table for Bastille Day?
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