dining in brooklyn/1350 Bistro

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dining in brooklyn/1350 Bistro

Postby Harry J » Tue Oct 11, 2011 10:52 am

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tried 1350 bistro in brooklyn last nightand wanted to reccomend it.the design/decor is really nice.muted but elegant.soft claasical music in the background.service was excellent and the food very good.steak,chicken,etc. h
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Re: dining in brooklyn/1350 Bistro

Postby Trevor F » Tue Oct 11, 2011 11:01 am

You mean 1310 Bistro ??

I can never find anywhere in Brooklyn anyway. Too many traffic lights.. not enough mini-roundabouts... takes ages getting anywhere.
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Re: dining in brooklyn/1350 Bistro

Postby Harry J » Tue Oct 11, 2011 11:55 am

Trevor -that really sums up life so well. Lights n stopsigns,times to ask for directions,times t go ahead w/o asking. Me,I find it hard to follow recipes. Maybe that's why I'm a lousy cOok. Yes you're rite its 1310. Let me know when your in town. H
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Re: dining in brooklyn/1350 Bistro

Postby Shlomo R » Mon Nov 07, 2011 1:59 am

With all due respect, Harry, why would I go INTO Borough Park to dine out? Plenty of options on the east side of McDonald Avenue. Even more so - 13th Avenue? Ugg. It's only moderately better as a one-way street than it was as a 2-way street, and the switch happened between 20 and 30 years ago.

I apologize if I come off the wrong way, but I DO cross McDonald Avenue for work on a regular basis - the traffic in that neighborhood is among the worst and most inconsiderate in all the five boros of NYC. I avoid it if I can.
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Re: dining in brooklyn/1350 Bistro

Postby David Scop » Tue Jan 03, 2012 7:46 pm

Shlomo:

Go after 7pm, parking by meters opens then. The Steak au Pav was worth it. Wine wasn't overpriced to go with it
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