The  Metro Bistrot

 

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Pictures of the Bistrot

"The goal of the bistrot is to make you feel that you are not in southbridge or in the vulgarities of television; not that there is anything wrong with southbridge or the mythologies of TV. it is just that sometimes
you need to feel to be somewhere other than where you are or where everyone else is."  Jay Livernois


 

Photo by Christine Peterson (courtesy of Worcester Living Magazine)

Lauren Gibault (a waitress and recent college grad)
arrives in Southern France!

(with attitude and a large suitcase)

                                                                    
"The preparation of good food is merely another expression of art,
one of the joys of civilized living." Dione Lucas



                                            Fall afternoon light in the Metro.


                   Right front dining room with two large paintings by Julia Hillman (an artist from Paris and NY with a shop in Putnam, Conn.)



                                                                                      A Study in Mauve by Julia Hillman.


                                     Front dining window with a Haitian metal sculpture.





   A corner in the back room (photo on the wall—Jeanloup Sieff, West Palm Beach 1964).


                                                                      

                                                                              Entrance dining room into the Metro (owner's table to the left).

On
                                                    Marie-Paule Marthe-Livernois, relaxing.


                Our Latin purple bathroom; Manet print on the left (found at a local landfill); painting on the right: I Cry for Me by Julia Hillman.


       The exit of the Metro in the front dining room with two Haitian metal sculptures;
                     to the left--the demon of horn; to the right--the demon of ivory.


      Shopping at Morse Farms in Southbridge, Mass.

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