For our evening out, my wife and I decided on the Bistro's notable reputation for their good food. For us though, on our wedding anniversary, I found a disaster wrapped in an accent and a quasi-professional demeanor. At first, our experience was great: a somewhat quiet atmosphere and a seemingly knowledgeable waitress. But as the night progressed, it seemed like a joke that I was paying too much for. First, I think the waitress managed the wine list like an adventure without the proper guide, the food was not exciting and service was far from the price. If that wasn't enough, I was VERY disappointed to hear the owner yelling at his staff and noticeably disheveled. If anything, what stood out was the terrible temper of the owner. Luckily my wife and I were able to have a few drinks and forget about things for a few moments, but such a bad experience will probably never be forgotten. While the food may be good at some moments, avoid this cost-cutting restaurant (surprised to find that my decaf coffee was actually REGULAR), and try those more established-- Sans Souci in Cleveland, for example!
Pros: Great wine list
Cons: everything else