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14 July @ elk Falls Creek

Discussion in 'Falls Creek' started by Skipress, Jul 12, 2014.

  1. Skipress

    Skipress Hard Yards Ski Pass: Gold

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    One of the most significant dates on the French calendar is July 14 Bastille Day.
    Guests who are at Falls Creek on July 14 will not only celebrate the arrival of even more snow they're invited to partake in an evening of classic French cuisine.
    elk's mine host Barry Iddles, with input from his team (who will don French berets) at the resort's very popular apres ski spot, has created a mouth-watering three course dinner that starts with (you guessed it) french onion soup.
    The bottom line is $40 for the three-course Bastille Day dinner. French bubbly and wine is extra..