Tonight, stop by enjoy the melodical jazz sounds of the The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn at 8pm . And while you vibe to the music, enjoy tonight's Cocktail special, Aperol Blitz. It's a delicious mix of gin, aperol, orange juice, grapefruit, and lemon; topped with soda and orange slice garnish. Can you ask for a better end to your Monday evening? I think not.
Bastille Day, or La Fête Nationale, celebrated on July 14 is the day the revolutionaries - in form of a mob - stormed the Bastille. It is quintessentially marked as the end of the French monarchy. A revolution followed and freedom! Happy Birthday, France! What did we get? The Universal Rights of Man, for one. Of Course, also the democratization of everything French culture. Champagne is available to the masses! Happy Birthday, France!
Bastille Day is the one day of the year when Chez Oskar lets it all hang out a bit, by celebrating a total immersion in everything French. Inside, a veritable explosion of flavor through a specially crafted prix-fixe menu, for delectable $45, is seasoned with a glass of champagne, or several..
Chez Oskar's selection of French beers, pastis and apertifs will give you the courage to face the Patanque tournament outside - replete with sand - and possibly win. From Chez Oskar's perennial Can-Can dancers to the newly Robespierre photo booth, (yes, that's right, you can take your photo next to the French hero) this year's celebration in Fort Greene will delight and satisfy. There's simply no better way to spend a Sunday in New York.
So, Grab a Pernod or Ricard, step outside and enjoy the sidewalk of exploding color, sights and sound. Chez Oskar's Bastille Day Celebration kicks off at 11am on Sunday, July 14, 2013.
It's always convenient when a new month falls on the first day of a new week. Call us geeks,
but we like convenience. We're serving up great French Fare (convenient) with great service and cocktails
(convenient) and delight you with Jazz you can only find here (hyper convenient)
The Blue Vipers of Brooklyn play live tonight at Oskar. Come, make some amis and stay a while.