The Bistro is more like a sports bar than a fine dining establishment. Both our meals were acceptably good and service, though slow, was attentive and friendly One highly negative factor almost had me dropping the rating. The beverage list gives the prices for wines, and they are reasonable for a mid-range restaurant. But the cocktail list and the beer list do not give prices. When we got the bill for dinner, we saw why. The cocktails were higher in price than at many fine dining establishments, The ambiance in this restaurant combined cafeteria and neighborhood bar. While we might dine there again next time we stay in Blytheville, we'll certainly look first for other options.
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