Examples of bistro in a Sentence
a bistro in Paris that serves veal chops and hearty stews
a section of the city populated with casual bistros offering entertainment to suit nearly every taste
Recent Examples of bistro from the Web
The community will include a fitness/wellness center, bistro, courtyard, activity room with theater, beauty shop, and many more industry-leading amenities.
The restaurant has a fine dining area, a more casual bistro and also has two event spaces big enough to host weddings and other receptions.
Over the last three years, Carrollton Market, his modern Riverbend bistro, has become a neighborhood fixture.
The bistro table is the classic spot for grabbing a quick bite solo or with one other person—a.k.a. the perfect piece for the kitchen.
The pair visited the exhibits at the Gagosian Gallery before heading to Clarette, a French bistro in London.
New Yorker Roxanne Assoulin’s French bistro chair-inspired, black-and-white tile enamel stretch Bistro bracelets come solo or in threes.
Along with that, the firm is eliminating bistro dining at its locations in Seattle and Scottsdale, Ariz.
All over America, diners and restaurateurs have been rediscovering the pleasures of the bistro, the brasserie, and the classical French repertoire.
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BISTRO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bistro for English Language Learners
: a small restaurant or bar
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