The Old Hotel Bistro sells beignets – three for $2.49 – the little French squares of fried dough blanketed in powdered sugar, made in three minutes. The restaurant and shop at 356 Pollasky Ave. has a new chef and new items on the menu.
The Old Hotel Bistro sells beignets – three for $2.49 – the little French squares of fried dough blanketed in powdered sugar, made in three minutes. The restaurant and shop at 356 Pollasky Ave. has a new chef and new items on the menu. Bethany Clough bclough@fresnobee.com
The Old Hotel Bistro sells beignets – three for $2.49 – the little French squares of fried dough blanketed in powdered sugar, made in three minutes. The restaurant and shop at 356 Pollasky Ave. has a new chef and new items on the menu. Bethany Clough bclough@fresnobee.com

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