“REVEILLON” NEW YEAR’S FEAST AT BLEU BOHEME

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December 28, 2011 (Kensington) Chef/Owner Ken Irvine of the Bleu Boheme invites the public to celebrate the "Reveillon" a New Years Eve celebration for a three -course festive menu with four choices of each course at $59.95 per person this Saturday, December 31. Bleu Boheme is located at 4090 Adams Avenue, San Diego CA 92116, in the Kensington area (between Terrace Drive and Kensington Drive).

 

Bleu Bohème is a neighborhood restaurant that serves accessible, affordable and comforting French Cuisine. The food is traditional and the menu has influences from all regions of France. The menu reflects traditional and seasonal Bistro food, as well, as country classics, prepared and served by a friendly staff. Bleu Bohème's ambiance is warm, with decor inspired by Bohemian personality.

 
History and Overview -Réveillon, a long dinner and party, was held on the eves before Christmas Day and New Year's Day in Brazil, in France and some other French-speaking countries. The name is based on the word réveil (meaning "waking"); because participation involves staying awake until midnight and beyond.
 
Reveillon is about "awakening" the senses with food and celebrating all that the joy of Christmas and the New Year bring. The food consumed at réveillons is generally exceptional or luxurious. Quality wine is usually consumed at such dinners, often with champagne or similar sparkling wines as a conclusion.
 

For more information, visit www.bleuboheme.com.

 


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