European touches -- like extra virgin olive oil and Dijon mustard in white porcelain jars -- have been added to each table. Going for that bistro feel, the restaurant completely changed its wine list, compiling about 40-45 selections, including more than a dozen available by glass, but not typical choices: Look for unique domestic, Italian and French wines by the glass for a change of pace. The restaurant also is touting its house coffee, Illy Café -- a premiere Italian brew -- found in its coffee and espresso choices. But the most dramatic changes are on the menu. Gone are the simple sandwiches and burgers. Instead, guests will find Belgian Endive & Frisée Salad or a Rosemary N.Y. Roast Beef sandwich with thyme-roasted tomatoes, Havarti cheese and herbed mayo. You can still get a burger, but not just any ol' burger: Now it's the Bistro hamburger, an 8-ounce patty of ground Black Angus Beef, served with steak fries and a red and white cabbage citrus slaw. Dinner entrées include salmon and trout selections, steaks and poultry, as well as pastas and salads. 1077 Celestial St. in Mount Adams. 513-721-5456.
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