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Bath City Bistro

75 Macomb Pl. (Pine St.) Send to Phone
586-469-0917 | Menu
Dining and the unique sport of feather bowling commingle in a nineteenth-century building once known as Bath House USA.

Lunch & Dinner Mon.-Sat.

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Bath City Bistro Restaurant Review

: Uniquely, Bath City Bistro features three lanes of Belgian trough bowling, a much-lesser-known sport that involves rolling a disc toward a pigeon feather. If that's not your thing, the food's good as well and the lively atmosphere at the brick-walled spot makes it feel more brasserie than bistro, one with a high-ceilinged dining room and an adjoining bar with a blazing fireplace. The varied menu includes steamed mussels, steak and chicken fajitas. We suggest the lightly breaded perch, sautéed with lemon, and the Greek salad, onion rings and freshly made potato chips (called cottage fries). Check out the weekly specials, too. Take advantage of the weeknight deals, Monday for pizza, for example.


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