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
Saint-Émilion celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2015 with a three-day tent party at the current small bistro at 3617 W. Seventh St. near the University of North Texas medical school.
Recent additions like the French bistro Le Garage, the 13.5% Wine Bar, and the home-goods boutique Trohv now sit beside junk shops, record stores, and working-class insti- tutions like the Café Hon.
Through a destination bistro in the evening, the restaurant hopes to attract the power-breakfast crowd, too.
But diving into experiences native to an area (enjoying a cup of coffee in a Roman café, eating at a bistro in Paris) can help familiarize you to a new spot in a matter of days, Kurtz says.
The kitchen, with views of a new swimming pool and renovated backyard, features a round bistro-style breakfast table before stepping down into a spacious den and TV room.
Dine at The Prince and the Pauper, an elegant bistro with a sophisticated menu that has charmed patrons for the past 35 years.
The other trendy place is the new cozy French bistro, Paul Chêne, run by lovely Sébastien Dufour.
Sweet service and natural wines round out this low-key hit. 4 rue de la Martinière A rocking dim sum lunch service by day gives way to a rocking bistro dinner experience by night.
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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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