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You can get a juicy grilled breast of chicken paillard at this elegant and comfy little bistro, with a fantastic, lemon-drenched arugula salad that makes you pucker with pleasure. Or half an organic roasted chicken with petit vegetables (this tends to sell out early) or an out-of-this-world duo of duck with a leg of confit and seared breast. Low prices make Pistache more neighborhood hangout than special occasion: a rack of lamb, at $38, is the high note. The budget-conscious order moules frites, along with salads, burgers, croque monsieur, cheese and charcuterie plates, steaks, a couple of fish dishes, and hand-cut steak tartare, washed down with a carafe of house wine.
A weekly happy hour where guests receive 50 percent off the purchase of select bottles of wine with the purchase of an entrée
Every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday supper club cardholders receive 50% of their food bill after 9:30pm.
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Difficult as they can occasionally be to deal with, the French have contributed much to the world's storehouse of pleasure. They've given us champagne, Shalimar, Chanel handbags, chanterelles, and a cuisine quotidienne — that's everyday food at everyday prices — amazing enough to inspire truck drivers and sailors to poetry. And they've bequeathed us the bistro to eat it in, places like Pistache, in downtown West Palm Beach, where us regular folk go to worship thin, beautifully seasoned steaks with pommes frites, hearty soupe à l'oignon, folksy cheese plates and chicken pies, sautéed fish with lemony green salad, and the honest carafe of red wine drawn from the cask behind the bar. Of course there are giant mirrors, red leather banquets, and marble floors straight out of some Left Bank brasserie, but it's the perfectly executed tarte tatin that makes you gasp merci, merci.
Difficult as they can occasionally be to deal with, the French have contributed much to the world's storehouse of pleasure. They've given us champagne, Shalimar, Chanel handbags, chanterelles, and a cuisine quotidienne -- that's everyday food at everyday prices -- amazing enough to inspire truck drivers and sailors to poetry. And they've bequeathed us the bistro to eat it in, places like Pistache, in downtown West Palm Beach, where us regular folk go to worship thin, beautifully... More »
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