Sunday, July 12, 2015
18th & L Streets

Join us for our 6th Annual Waiters' Race! Benefitting The Alliance Française de Sacramento and the Sacramento French Film Festival. More information coming soon!

Inspired by the famous footrace in Paris, the Sacramento Bastille Day* Waiters’ Race returns for its 5th annual contest in midtown on Sunday, July 13th.

The goal: Make it to the finish line without spilling water or without dropping the tray altogether. Judges will be at each corner and the finish line.

A maximum of 50 participants will be allowed, so register early!

Register Here

*In France, “La Fête Nationale” – or simply “Le Quatorze Juillet” – is celebrated every July 14th with military parades, fireworks and festivities throughout the country. The date marks the beginning of the French Revolution in 1789, when a mob of angry Parisians stormed the Bastille prison, a symbol of the monarchy's tyrannical rule.


Complimentary samples from:

Buckhorn Grill, Paesanos, The Rind, Capital Dime, Old Soul, Wrap n' Roll Sushi, Yogurtagogo, Brasserie Capitale, Crepeville, 58 Degrees & Holding, Zocalo, Block Butcher and more!

Alcohol: Bastille Whiskey, French wines by 58 Degrees, Crispin Cider and various beers by Miller/Coors