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
Seating at bistro tables is also available for $12 per seat or $40 for a table for four.
The charming bistro will have a new summer menu on offer, live music by Laure Z–and, of course, plenty of delicious French wine.
Rainbow King Joseph Sliwka, the resident licensee for Rainbow King, an Asian bistro in the Bel Air Town Center, and owner Weirong Jiang, appeared for their hearing.
The new owners — restaurateurs Scott and Caitlin McCoy and their Executive Chef Christian Phernetton — are the team that owns and operates Camel's Crossing, an upscale bistro in Hyde Park that has earned a loyal following since opening last year.
Today, the bistro is overrun with the United States Military, because this conference is not for golf balls or gaming or the International Council of Shopping Centers.
Book lunch at the small restaurant onsite at Justin Winery where chef Paul Arangorin’s cooking showcases the caliber of the local produce; supplies for the bistro Thomas Hill Organics come almost entirely from its own, 10-acre farm nearby.
There are also classes in the state-of-the-art kitchen that focus on traditional bistro dishes, regional cuisine, and heritage classics from the hotel's long history.
And yet the street continues to fill with breweries, cafes, wine bars and bistros that don’t serve Mexican or Central American food.
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Definition of bistro for English Language Learners
: a small restaurant or bar
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