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Holidays at Bastille

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Spend Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve celebrating at Bastille

Christmas Eve – Chef Jason Stoneburner has created an extended plats du jour menu for Christmas Eve. A special Bordeaux wine flight includes the 2010 Cadence Bel Canto Cara Mia Vineyard - Red Mountain, 2012 d’Armailac 5eme Cru Classé Pauillac - Left Bank Bordeaux, and 2008 Sociando-Mallet - Haut Médoc. The dining room will take reservations for dinner from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. Visit www.bastilleseattle.com/reservations or call 206.453.5014.

New Year’s Eve – A special celebratory menu is planned for dinner, which will be served from 5 p.m. to 12 a.m. A lineup of Champagne flights will include explorations of Grower Champagne, Pinot vs. Chardonnay, Crémant, and Vintage vs. Non-vintage.

The New Year’s Eve Celebration Menu

Small Plates
Caviar Dip & Chips
Wagyu Beef Tartare - bone marrow gougeres
Hawaiian Tuna - Aleppo pepper / lime / really good olive oil
Dungeness Crab Salad - Meyer lemon / celery root & heart / cilantro shoot
Cognac Duck Liver Terrine - challah toast / kumquat preserve

Large Plates
Aged Bone-in Ribeye for Two - polenta aligot / chanterelle jus
Seared Scallops - Nelson carrots / kohlrabi / basil & coconut / smoked bacon
Spaghettini - lobster à la nage (from the archives)
menu subject to change

The Bastille dinner menu with crowd favorites including the Lamb Burger and Moules Frites will also be available for guests seeking the Bastille classics. The Bastille Back Bar will be closed on New Year's Eve for a private event so reservations are highly recommended for dinner.

New Year’s Day – Bastille will open regular hours starting at 4:30pm for Happy Hour in the bar and dinner service beginning at 5pm.

Bastille will be closed Christmas Day and Tuesday, January 2nd.