Bastille Day at Café Campagne

Bastille Day, that French national holiday, commemorating the birth of the French Republic. How wonderful to celebrate a day when an armed mob of citizens stormed the Bastille prison in 1889 for the right to drink wine, eat frites and watch can-can dancers.

Or something like that. That’s how we celebrate it in Seattle anyway — minus the storming — especially when done right like at Café Campagne. You may remember last summer when I shot their Tablée du Marché dinner. Here are some shots from Bastille Day (and don’t forget to also check out the shots of the the Can-Can dancers and The Shanghai Pearl).

Posted in Event Photography and Food Photography and Street / Seattle.