• WordNet 3.6
    • n bistro a small informal restaurant; serves wine
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In literature:

There's that little French bistro on Hudson Street.
"Syndrome" by Thomas Hoover

In poetry:

Before I drink myself to death,
God, let me finish up my Book!
At night, I fear, I fight for breath,
And wake up whiter than a spook;
And crawl off to a bistro near,
And drink until my brain is clear.
"My Book" by Robert W Service

In news:

Restauranteur Rob Elder is still full of surprises with Satay Bistro.
The Late Late Craft Show Mrs Murphy & Sons Irish Bistro.
It's hard to complete them in a hammock, and they don't fit neatly on a bistro table.
L a Rural, an Argentine bistro named for the annual livestock show in Buenos Aires, looks a lot like its predecessor, Pampa.
"I t's a real find," our producer friend Dasha promises, inviting us to discover the no-airs bistro Tree in the East Village.
Chang's China Bistro, Fashion Square, 7014 East Camelback, Scottsdale, 949-2610.
Chang's China Bistro may be the hottest new dining room in town.
Everyone goes on about the beloved Julienne San Marino bistro (and complains about the fact that it isn't open on Sundays), but the attached petite marché gourmet deserves its own 15 minutes.
Julienne in Santa Barbara is a small American bistro with house-made charcuterie and pasta and other delicious fare.
Several months ago two women strolled into Comtesse Thérèse Bistro in Aquebogue and sat down to dine.
Friday (December 25), Casanova Italian Bistro, Makawao, 10pm.
The Kitchen Table Bistro Richmond, Vermont
After opening Koo restaurants in Rye, N.Y. And Ridgefield, owner Alex Poon has taken a giant step, opening a Koo neo-Asian bistro at Lake Candlewood in Danbury.
Restaurant Reviews Doug Hill Thai Thai Asian Bistro boasts a duo of chefs who have been preparing the food of their native Thailand together for a long time.
Marcelle wants to make bistro food: tasty, fairly easy to prepare and casual enough to serve on the patio.