We love to try new restaurants and establishments in our town but had originally assumed O Bistro was well out of our everyday price range. On a whim while driving by in the rain, I thought how it was just my daughter and I that evening, and I did not feel like cooking dinner. We entered and were pleasantly surprised that the place felt inviting and we weren’t “underdressed” in our jeans and sweatshirts. Immediately, we were greeted very warmly by a hostess who asked if we would prefer to eat in their pub area or their dining room. We perused the menu and were pleasantly surprised that the prices were no more than any other similar style restaurant in the area. Our server was very attentive and personable. They make their own variations of sangria, which were delicious. My daughter ordered the pork potsticker app and a ‘side’ of their homemade 5-cheese macaroni and cheese with cavatappi noodles. I ordered the roasted quarter chicken with sour cream and chive homemade mashed potato and steamed whole young carrots. For such a basic sounding meal, it was anything but. The chicken was perfectly seasoned and juicy, the flavor of the potatoes was incredibly delicious, and the al dente texture of the carrots (which at many places can be typically soggy and straight out of a freezer bag) was perfect and everything tasted as if it were locally sourced or picked that morning. It was clear to see that their executive chef is an artist who knows his craft well. O Bistro is without question our new favorite restaurant in town.