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We all need a little chocolate before bed time, right? @Bachour1234 here, wishing you a good night but not before trying these Chocolate Bonbons. Thank you @TheHungryPost for letting me take over your account for the day and for sharing the big news about my new spot: Bachour Bakery + Bistro (all details on @TheHungryPost bio’s link)Hola a todos! This is Antonio Bachour @Bachour1234 and I am taking over @TheHungryPost account for the day!

I would like to give you the first scoop about my new project: Bachour Bakery + Bistro @bachour_bb which will open soon in 600 Brickell for breakfast, lunch, and weekend brunch! Get all the details on @TheHungryPost article link in their bio! Here is a sneak peak of what we’ll be creating for you… My favorite Eclairs: Berries and Cream, Caramel and Popcorn, Chocolate, Coconut and Mango, and Passion Fruit.Sorry, but we’re not waiting for #TacoTuesday to enjoy these Asian Nachos from @burritosan 🤓🤘🏽
Hey there! It’s Antonio Bachour @Bachour1234 back again sharing these Manjari Chocolate Popsicles you wish you had for dessert! Just a sneak peak of what you’ll find in my new spot: Bachour Bakery + Bistro @bachour_bb in collaboration with Henry Hane, who will be in charge of the savory side of the menu. Don’t miss all the details on @TheHungryPost article in their bio!

Follow @Bachour1234 for more deliciousness!"Its hybrid of an American Wine Bar and a European Cafe" said @uvaggiowine, where the wine is paired with the food, rather than the food with the wine || Enjoying with the best company @culinarylense of these amazing Fall Dish- the Handmade Potato Gnocchi with wild mushrooms, pumpkin seeds, arugula pesto, and truffle oil|| Check out our Snapchat story for all the dishes, ambiance, and more! 👻👻👻👉TheHungryPostWe’re not sure what we did to deserve this beauty, but we sure don’t care! Currently devouring our dessert at @villaazurmiamibeach 😍


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Pardon our French, but Happy F*$@” Bastille Day

Pardon our French, but Happy F*$@” Bastille Day

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We tribute this week’s newsletter to La Fête Nationale, or most commonly known as Bastille Day, celebrated in France every 14th of July. The date commemorates the nation’s uprising during the French Revolution (think Marie Antoinette), which gives us the perfect excuse to be pretentious about ordering wine, French kissing, and “having cake.”

We are not sure about French fries, but we owe the rest of French food to Pierre Franey, who introduced French Cuisine to the American public in his debut as a cook at the 1939 Flushing Meadows World’s fair that took place in New York City.

Having said that, lets take a break on history and focus on the good stuff: Where to find good French food in Miami (with FREE CHAMPAGNE)

With charm, style and affection for his native country, chef/owner Christopher Ville entered the culinary scene by opening a traditional French Bouchon in Coconut Grove; “Le Bouchon du Grove”. The sidewalk café, with its traditional decoration, offers such character and personality that it carries you to a small corner in Lyons, France. The restaurant won the “New Times, Best of Miami restaurants” in 2008, for its many classic French recipes. The embodiment of the art and pleasure of French cuisine is reflected in Christopher Ville’s classic French dishes, including the traditional French onion soup. Believe us when we tell you… Le Bouchon du Grove is the best place to have it.

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As you walk in, the charming full-on French waiters welcome you with complementary champagne, along with a fresh basket of homemade bread. Yes, free champagne!!

So… French waiters, good wine, the best onion soup … What we are trying to say is you don’t have to go all the way to Paris to celebrate the holiday with some exquisite French goodies. What better way than to celebrate it with a good-old French meal at Le Bouchon du Grove?


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