Photo courtesy of Bistronomy Instagram
Nico Romo, owner and chef at NICO in Mount Pleasant, will open his new downtown restaurant on Friday, Nov. 20. Bistronomy by Nico, which will offer a casual take on classic French cuisine, is located in the 64 Spring St. space formerly occupied by Josephine Wine Bar.
“After a few minor renovations, we are happy to be welcoming guests into our new space,” Romo said in a press release. “Bistronomy offers an innovative and diverse menu, while paying homage to classic French dishes.”
Bistronomy daily operations will be handled by co-owner Dominique Chantepie (Bistro A Vin), and Andres Contreras (The Establishment and Rue de Jean) will serve as Bistronomy’s general manager.
Bistronomy will serve customers Monday through Thursday from 4-10 p.m. and Friday through Sunday from 12–10 p.m. Reservations are required and can be made online through OpenTable or by calling (843) 410-6221.
For more information, visit bistronomybynico.com.
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