A Los Feliz French Restaurant Does Bastille Day the Right Way

At Loupiotte Kitchen on Vermont, two French expats are prepping for a ’simple and messy’ July 14 fête
Danny Palumbo • Los Angeles Magazine • July 14, 2021
On July 14, the French celebrate Fête nationale, a parade-filled holiday that approximates America’s Independence Day. Here in the English-speaking world, we call it Bastille Day and use it as an excuse to cozy up in charming French restaurants...
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