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
Rose, played by Olympia Dukakis, dines alone at a neighborhood bistro.
Clear out the mothballs, because this Cold War relic has a new mission: to serve the people of Cleveland as delightful 50-seat bistro and lounge.
Step through the doors and into an intimate French bistro that feels airlifted from an Alsatian village.
For much of his youth, the Bocuses ran a smaller bistro and hotel half a mile from the inn.
But eventually the pair seemed to settle on meeting up at a French bistro and becoming friends.
The butcher shop next door is also a restaurant, small and quaint, like a New York bistro, with checkerboard tablecloths and a menu of sandwiches and sides.
In December, Lopez' Petit Lion, a contemporary French bistro on the ground floor of the Troubadour Hotel, opened.
West Ave Grill in Dresher | Dresher The Dreshertown bistro, unrelated to the Jenkintown original, is papered up.
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Origin and Etymology of bistro
First Known Use: 1919See Words from the same year
Synonymsnightclub, boîte, cabaret, café (also cafe), club, nightspot, nitery (also niterie), roadhouse, supper club
Related Wordsa-go-go, disco, discotheque (or discothéque); barroom, pub [chiefly British], public house [chiefly British], saloon, tavern; clip joint [slang], dive, honky-tonk, key club, speakeasy; canteen, watering hole, watering place
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