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Bienvenue à Bistro Byronz.

In 2005, we hoped to again create a family neighborhood restaurant. We say again because this really started many years ago, as a simple mom-and-pop sandwich shop called Byronz, which we created in the early 80’s for our family, friends and the community. Many still remember the Byronz promise of “Homemade is Good” and many of their favorite dishes still exist—like Byronz bread, fresh and hot sandwiches (the Big Byronz), savory soups (Corn and Shrimp), special salads (the Retro Chef), decadent deserts (Heavenly Hash) and home-fried to order potato chips. Along with all of that, we’ve taken it up a notch with our dinner menu of “Good. Real Good” food—from Steak Frites, to Chicken Paillard, Sesame-crusted Tuna and beaucoup more. Not to mention our Bistro Bar, which offers our one-of-a-kind Vodka Freeze, a large selection of wines by the glass, and of course, real cold beer on tap.

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istro Byronz was born from the simple definition of a true bistro: an unpretentious neighborhood restaurant where friends and families gather day and night to relax, share conversation and enjoy good food and drink at reasonable prices. From that day on, we have prided ourselves in serving deliciously simple, bistro-inspired dishes done the Southern way — comfortable yet special, casual yet elegant, and a bit curious and undefined.

A Southern version of the quaint cafes in Paris, with the sophistication and casual flare of New York City bistros, incorporating the flavors, culture and lagniappe of Louisiana was to us the perfect and distinct approach. We desired to create a new concept that welcomed and encouraged everyone — friends, families, and coworkers — to take a break from their day and enjoy great conversation, memories, laughs, and quality food in a charming setting. We wanted the environment to feel like a departure from the norm but still true to the neighborhood it inhabited.

Today, with four locations and growing, nothing makes us smile more than to see table after table enjoy and appreciate what we set out to create — a place that feels and tastes like home, and that brings people together, no matter where you’re from. Everyone seems to find and love something different about what we have proudly created.

We hope you have enjoyed becoming part of our family. Bon Appétit and Welcome Home

an unpretentious neighborhood restaurant where friends and families gather day and night to relax, share conversation and enjoy good food and drink at reasonable prices

Bienvenue à Bistro Byronz.

In 2005, we hoped to again create a family neighborhood restaurant. We say again because this really started many years ago, as a simple mom-and-pop sandwich shop called Byronz, which we created in the early 80’s for our family, friends and the community. Many still remember the Byronz promise of “Homemade is Good” and many of their favorite dishes still exist—like Byronz bread, fresh and hot sandwiches (the Big Byronz), savory soups (Corn and Shrimp), special salads (the Retro Chef), decadent deserts (Heavenly Hash) and home-fried to order potato chips. Along with all of that, we’ve taken it up a notch with our dinner menu of “Good. Real Good” food—from Steak Frites, to Chicken Paillard, Sesame-crusted Tuna and beaucoup more. Not to mention our Bistro Bar, which offers our one-of-a-kind Vodka Freeze, a large selection of wines by the glass, and of course, real cold beer on tap.

an unpretentious neighborhood restaurant where friends and families gather day and night to relax, share conversation and enjoy good food and drink at reasonable prices

B

istro Byronz was born from the simple definition of a true bistro: an unpretentious neighborhood restaurant where friends and families gather day and night to relax, share conversation and enjoy good food and drink at reasonable prices. From that day on, we have prided ourselves in serving deliciously simple, bistro-inspired dishes done the Southern way — comfortable yet special, casual yet elegant, and a bit curious and undefined.

A Southern version of the quaint cafes in Paris, with the sophistication and casual flare of New York City bistros, incorporating the flavors, culture and lagniappe of Louisiana was to us the perfect and distinct approach. We desired to create a new concept that welcomed and encouraged everyone — friends, families, and coworkers — to take a break from their day and enjoy great conversation, memories, laughs, and quality food in a charming setting. We wanted the environment to feel like a departure from the norm but still true to the neighborhood it inhabited.

Today, with four locations and growing, nothing makes us smile more than to see table after table enjoy and appreciate what we set out to create — a place that feels and tastes like home, and that brings people together, no matter where you’re from. Everyone seems to find and love something different about what we have proudly created.

We hope you have enjoyed becoming part of our family. Bon Appétit and Welcome Home