Category
Stay Play Eat Shop!; Eat; Jefferson County Eat;

Description
Bistro 112 is a neighborhood French Bistro that offers creative French food, made fresh from local sources, at affordable prices.
Constructed circa 1830, the brick building that now houses the Bistro was once a haberdashery & cigar business with the family living upstairs.
Patrons can dine in a bar area, more formal salon or outside at a communal table. The bistro is decorated in the soft colors of the south of France and eclectic art that the proprietor has collected over the years.

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Website
bistro112.com

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bistro112

Email
info@bistro112.com

Phone
304.876.8477

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