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Bridge Bistro - Closed

921 N. Riverfront Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75207


  • Monday-Wednesday: Breakfast & Lunch: 8am to 3pm Thursday-Friday: Breakfast & Lunch: 8am to 3pm, Dinner: 5pm to 10pm Saturday: Brunch: 10am to 3pm, Dinner: 5pm to 10pm Sunday: Brunch: 10am to 3pm
Kay Agnew and her daughter, Margaux, opened Bridge Bistro in the Design District in 2012. Kay has been part of the Dallas dining scene for more than 25 years. She opened Margaux's (named after her daughter) in 1985 and moved around a few times (eight to be exact). Bridge is an updated version of Margaux's that serves breakfast and lunch. The place occupies a corner spot in an old building that has recently received a makeover. Modern floor-to-ceiling windows on two sides contrast with original, dark concrete floors and a few large antique pieces. The Agnews kept some of the favorites from the old menu at Marguax's, such as the shrimp and crawfish enchiladas, crawfish etouffee and pasta chadelier. These items are on the lunch menu along with soups, salads, sandwiches and a few more entrees. The breakfast menu has a few light dishes, including 3 Happy Cows yogurt, steel-cut oats, Empire bagels and house-made marmalades, along with a few heartier meals, including omelets, huevos rancheros and daily chef specials. http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/cityofate/2012/01/bridge_bistro_opens_in_design.php

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