Bastille Day: Five French Eateries in Miami for the Non-Elite
"Let them eat cake."
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These immortal words supposedly spoken by Marie Antoinette still live on today, but now we can take them literally. On July 14, 1789, inspired by the American revolution, the French people finally rose up against King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette, stormed the Bastille, and kicked the aristocracy out on their rich asses. Celebrate this victoire du peuple by eating an inexpensive, delicious French meal at one of these Miami locales on Monday.
A La Folie Cafe
Photo by Lee Klein Never enough Nutella.
Who can resist a Nutella smothered crepe? Nobody, that's who. In honor of the French, indulge in one of these Nutella smothered crepes at A La Folie Cafe. The Cafe will also be celebrating Bastille day with a special menu by Julien Herrisson. In true European fashion, A La Folie is also having a $20 all-you-can-drink wine and beer special. As the french say, Sante! RSVP for the festivities by calling 305-538-4484.
See also: Ten Best Nutella Dishes in Miami
1701 Sunset Harbor Drive, Miami Beach, FL