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<p></p><p>America's Independence Day may be over, but those freedom-loving individuals wandering around Harvard Square this (surprisingly sunny and not rain-filled) Sunday were still able to indulge in another country's red, white, and blue. Bastille Day, France's national holiday commemorating the July 14th storming of the Bastille prison 220 years ago, came to Holyoke Street today as revelers scarfed down cheaper offerings from local restaurants such as Finale's and Rialto and downed alcohol in a roped off area in front of Cambridge Savings Bank designated the "Beer Garden."</p><p>Seven years ago, Sandrine's Bistro head chef and co-owner Raymond E. Ost conceived the idea of celebrating Bastille Day in his restaurant's neck of the woods because "people don't always come to this side of the square." (And also because no one ever turns down cheap finger food, live music, and the omnipresent free energy drink samples.) More French food after the jump.</p><p>
America's Independence Day may be over, but those freedom-loving individuals wandering around Harvard Square this (surprisingly sunny and not rain-filled)
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