Our city is named for a French king, our symbol is not one, but three fleur-de-lis. We have a bust honoring the Marquis de Lafayette, and one of the town's iconic dishes (the Hot Brown) is made with French-created Mornay sauce. To be sure, the state seems to have trouble with pronouncing words such as "Versailles," but Paris isn't that far away (it's in Bourbon county, named for another line of French kings). Of course we should be celebrating Bastille Day. While many of these restaurants may be closed on Monday, others (Brasserie Provence, for example) are open and offering France-celebrating specials. In the spirit of "vive la France," Eater offers a map of French (or at least French-inspired) restaurants around Louisville.