A White Dog Cafe tradition for 22 years, the annual celebration of Bastille Day on July 14 gives Francophiles, natives and folks just looking for fine food a chance to eat, drink and be merry on Sansom Street. For $38, patrons can sit down to a Provençal feast under a tent. If you’re just in the mood to dance to French and American songs, make sure to drop by after 10 p.m., when admission is only $5. Don’t miss “The storming of La Bastille,” where “revolutionaries” free a pack of imprisoned white French poodles.
Or hop on over to the block
party after you take in the new 35mm print of Jacques Becker’s “Touchez
pas au grisbi” (1954),
the classic gangster movie showing at International House at 8 p.m. Magnifique!
Originally published on July 8, 2004