Definition of bistro
1 : a small or unpretentious restaurant
2a : a small bar or tavernb : nightclub
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
His is an American bistro of a strain that was firmly established as the last century bled into the current one.
At the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach, sweet orange and cassis liqueurs are mixed with the wine and fresh fruit in the hotel’s La Côte bistro.
Basic: Your grocery store’s pastry section Reinvented: Ca Va’s bacon cheddar scones and spiced pear and chevre Danishes With its small, intimate tables and bistro charm, Ca Va stands out as one of the most date-worthy brunches on our list.
Williams expressed his gratitude for the outpouring of support and reassured patrons that business continues at Take Home Tano with some familiar bistro items being added to the offering.
People in Boston care about their food, from New England seafood fresh off the boat to mindbending bistros and bars with attitude.
For a more international selection, try the modern bistro Cornucopia a la Russe (6 High Street, tel.
The master has its own entrance and covered patio/bistro area to enjoy a morning cup of coffee.
The vibe: Low lights, polished surfaces and live music create an approachable bistro setting.
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Origin and Etymology of bistro
First Known Use: 1919See Words from the same year
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Definition of bistro for English Language Learners
: a small restaurant or bar
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