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Apr 2, 2009 02:09 PM

Zoe an American Bistro Little Silver NJ

Was checking out a chowhound pick for the Bistro in Red Bank.

On their website was this limited information about their new venture.

Let us all know if you hear more or visit.

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  1. about 11/2 wks ago I heard that they'd be opening this week. looking forward to trying it as I think the Bistro is great!

    1. Hmmm, wood fired Tex-Mex sushi pizza? I dunno, am always leery of places that try to go in too many directions.

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      1. re: equal_Mark

        I thought the same thing after reading the menu - too many different things - will wait awhile to try

          1. re: equal_Mark

            Yeah, that does render a chill. Still, when The Bistro opened in Red Bank, I thought their menu was a little too clever, and I have gone on to have some very nice meals there. There was that dish with the "dancing bonitos," still having night frights over that. But with any luck, Zoe will pull away from it and deliver. I hope so, anyway.

          2. The Markham St. location was formerly occupied by Table, and the photo posted is of the Chef's Table. We did it once with fellow Hounds. I wonder if they're planning on keeping it.

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            1. re: RGR

              R - Another chowhound chef's table dinner? :)

            2. They are open.
              Picked up copies of their lunch and dinner menus. Lunch prices 8-19 for salads and entrees. Dinner 11-24 for entrees. Salads Sides and Soup range from 5-11.

              Would have stopped but had lunch at Kissui next door.

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              1. re: shabbystorm

                Kissui? What did you order? Details, pls!

                1. re: HillJ

                  I'll post on the Sushi board.
                  This is for Zoe.

              2. It's a brave move to charge $27 for a hangar steak in a new restaurant in this economic climate. The location has been a "hot spot" for a few years, already.

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                1. re: sandratalarico

                  The history of this restaurant location goes back twenty years. Nothing seems to last more than a year or two. The prices are average for this area, unfortunately the food is below average. Medium rare is apparently a forgotten art.

                  1. re: familyguy13

                    Actually it goes back even further. Casa Comida had a good run there in the mid 80s before moving to Long Branch. Niels had a decent run there for a while in the 90s and Village Bistro a few years back.