Do not go here expecting a tiny, hole in the wall bistrot. It is part of a chain, with restaurants in Illinois, and Las Vegas among other places. But it surely approximates the feel of a little bistrot - cozy bar in the front, separate dining rooms with tiled floors, chalkboard menus, jolly ambiance. So - it is a big chain restaurant - but never descends to the assembly line feel that you might encounter. Good food, good service, good wine - I always have fun and have a good meal when I go here. Steak frites are outstanding in every iteration, and the profiteroles are wonderful. Go early or go late, especially on a Saturday - otherwise you will have a VERY long wait.