[ US /ˈbɪstɹoʊ/ ]
[ UK /bˈiːstɹə‍ʊ/ ]
  1. a small informal restaurant; serves wine
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How To Use bistro In A Sentence

  • In the evening, the menu takes on more of a bistro persona, with a la carte offerings spanning the gamut from burgers, roast chicken and baked fish to tasty "chasseur" hotpots of mussels steamed in wine (moules marinieres this would be called in France). News On Japan
  • Within a 17th-century half-timbered house, at Le Bistro de Claude, some of the most powerful people in the cognac business are partaking of seriously good cuisine. A Slow Path to Perfection
  • Ornate doorways offer glimpses of inner courtyards and enticing interiors; many are university buildings, but just as many are candlelit bistros and bars.
  • Many of them opened bistros or little restaurants with big ideas and some dog-eared paperbacks.
  • Cafe Bistro serves up a healthy helping of a special summer salad.
  • This French-German bistro is Berlin 's version of Michael' s in New York. The New German Expressionism
  • Early dinner: Bistro Don GiovanniThis restaurant rocks year in and year out for a reason -- it is passionately Italian -- the owners, the food, the clothing, the music, the coquettish waiters etc. Alexis Swanson Traina: So You're Visiting Napa for the Weekend: Day 2
  • The large degustation of charcuterie, at left, is one of its best bistro hits. Beyond Salads at Bar Boulud
  • Chef Gregory Marchand aka Frenchie worked in New York and London before opening his much-praised bistro. An American Wine Lover in Paris
  • So far, the spacious bistro, on the ground floor of the building occupied by Genova, Burns & Giantomasi, is a gathering spot for Genova attorneys, city workers and Rutgers B-school students at night. A Bistro in Newark
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