Bistro Bleu Comes Out of the Bleu

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • May 31, 2012
If you opened a French restaurant, you, too, would have the songs of Edith Piaf playing so that her rich-as-foie-gras voice could float through the air. You, too, would hang a poster of Toulouse-Lautrec's iconic portrait of Aristide Bruant, his...
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