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Bastille Day on 60th Street Sponsored by the French Institute Alliance Francaise
Joining them on the bill will be Brit awardwinning breakthrough act, Bastille.
Dessert is La Bastille hazelnut and vanilla ice cream tower with a mixed berry sauce.
For Bastille Day, a French Culinary Package is available July 13-14 or July 14-15.
Inside, diners were treated to a Bastille Day menu - created around regional specialities from Birmingham's twin town of Lyon - brought to their tables by waitress in fishnet stockings.
Earlier, Mandela watched French and British warplanes tear across the skies during the traditional Bastille Day military parade.
The French National Day marks the anniversary of the storming of the Bastille fortress-prison on July 14, 1789.
A spokesman for the event said: "This will be the first large Bastille celebration in Dublin since 1803 when the celebrations preceded Robert Emmet's rising.
Chirac, who remained silent about the attempt on his life throughout the Bastille Day festivities, phoned the four people who had intervened to save him, the presidential office said.
Other Wolfgang Puck restaurants joining the celebration are Spago Beverly Hills with a special Bastille Day ala carte menu and the Frank Marocco Quartet with singer Angela Carole Brown, and Vert in Hollywood with its a la carte brasserie menu and cabaret-style live musical entertainment.
On July 14, 1789, an angry crowd stormed the infamous Bastille prison.