Posts Tagged ‘bistro

Beaujolais Nouveau

In: Drinking

14 Nov 2013

(map) On the third Thursday in November (the 21st this year), Nouveau Beaujolais is released simultaneously all over the world. This wine is young and fruity, fermented for just six to eight weeks after harvest and meant to be drunk right away. To celebrate, Artisan Bistro will host a Nuvo Bojo celebration next Thursday from […]

(map) Zack’s just opened in Steiner Ranch. Three guys who have a lot of restaurant, wine and beer experience, and who just happen to live in Steiner, wanted to see a casual, locally-oriented dining option there. So they did it themselves! There are pizzas, sandwiches, soups and salads, but we decided to start with this […]

(map) For those of you lucky enough to have tried canneles in France, congrats! For the rest of us, Chef Cesidio is the only baker in town taking on these tiny little French pastries. Soft and tender outside, with a dark, caramelized crust, they take literally days to make. Buttery, rum-and-vanilla flavored crepe dough is […]

(map) Kohana is Austin-based, buying beans from all over the world and carefully slow-roasting them here. Until today, the coffee hasn’t been available Out West, but it is now! Artisan is serving up a Kohana custom, organic blend in a French press, along with their fantastic croissants, baguettes, and cinnamon rolls. You can also buy […]

Artisan is such a relaxed, laid-back place, it’s almost like having French friends making brunch for you. There’s live music playing in a dining room lined with racks of wine, and everything is incredibly authentic. Like the profiteroles, above. Eggy little cream-puffs filled with vanilla ice cream, then drizzled with

I may as well be franc (ha). I am in love with Artisan Bistro. The setting’s great, the French food is awesome, and wine is $3 during happy hour. What’s not to like? As famous local author Julie Ortolon puts it,


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