Author Archives: Margaux
Yes, we are pleased with this review in the Dallas News, by Mark Vanos – and the great photos by Stewart House!
We especially like the lines:
“a refined take on Cajun and Creole cooking, with things like crêpes and quiche thrown in for good measure,”
“a lunch special featured beautiful sea scallops sautéed to just the moment of tender doneness — no mean feat with this fragile flesh,”
“[a] gracious presence in the restaurant, her staff is friendly and attentive and there are lots of nice touches, like fresh flowers on every table, hot corn muffins and yeasty rolls, and bottles of agave syrup for sweetening your iced tea”
“Bridge Bistro is particularly romantic at dusk.”
We are honored to be listed in Danel Walker’s new post, Report From 2012 Savor Dallas: Top Ten Dishes Served at International Grand Tasting.
On the list:
Kay Agnew/Margaux’s Bridge Bistro: Duck and andouille sausage gumbo.
The article is generous and appreciative to so many great restaurants, and we are pleased to have been included. As he writes, “So here are (in no particular order) our picks of the Top 10 Best Bites of the 2012 Savor Dallas International Grand Tasting…” – so we’d like to think we’re one of the top top picks!
Join us at Bridge Bistro Dallas on Easter Day for your Margaux’s favorites, some new Bridge Bistro surprises and mimosas and champagne! We will open at 10am, Easter Sunday.
Margaux’s Bridge Bistro, A lovely Cajun-Creole restaurant in the shadow of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.
We love the line,
“Kay Agnew is Dallas’ most peripatetic restaurateur.”
The photograph of the Shrimp and Crawfish Enchiladas, by Desiree Espada, is glorious!