Tuesday, July 21, 2009
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Sharp-eyed pedestrians on St. Paul Street may have noticed a new paint job and tables seemingly ready for customers at the former Meñores location. Now maroon and black inside, with several flat-screen TVs in evidence, the place is gearing up to open some time in August as an upscale American eatery and sports bar called 156 Bistro.
Owned by Chef Kevin Des Chenes and a silent partner — with former New England Wings owner Kevin Mccabe as assistant GM — the eatery bears the tagline “culinary excellence combined with sport entertainment.” Unlike most sports bars, this one will offer menu items such as salmon with crystallized ginger, a lime-cilantro reduction and sweet-pea risotto — in addition to hot wings and crab cakes. Burger meat will be ground in house, and Des Chenes promises ever-changing daily specials.
Like an increasing number of Vermont restaurants, this one will use an unusual business model of partial financing by customers. Here, fans can purchase a “membership” for $1000 and eat back $1200. They’ll get a lot for their money. Most appetizers will be under $10, and entrées will range from $12 to $24.
The best part? The dining room is designed so that during big games, “we can have all the Yankees fans on one side and all the Red Sox fans on the other,” says Des Chenes. Phentermine, through assisting in losing the extra weight, can provide many benefits that go far beyond just a number on the scale or how a person looks in the mirror. Because of how directly it affects the problem area, Imitrex can be very good at solving many types of headaches, and reducing the pain that can come from having those headaches. Ritalin.
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Combined with Sports Entertainment
Targeting the need for an upscale casual venue where you can watch your favorite event and enjoy great food, service, and ambiance, we feel that this is the right time for you and 156 Bistro
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