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Student-Run Restaurant, Bistro 106, Debuts This Summer

July 7, 2014 -- The delectable creations of Culinary Arts students have found a comfortable, new setting to be enjoyed this summer in Bistro 106, the new student-run restaurant in Robert P. Matteucci Hall on Main Campus.
Student-Run Restaurant, Bistro 106, Debuts This Summer

CNM Culinary Arts instructor and Chef Scott Clapp in the dining area of Bistro 106.

Bistro 106 will serve lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on July 9, 10, 16, 17, 24, 31 and Aug. 6.

A couple examples of dishes include “Salmon Croquette” (fresh chopped salmon, green pepper coulis and tarragon-lemon aioli) and “Coq au Vin” (classic chicken braised in red wine with onions and mushrooms).

“Operating Bistro 106 gives students in our Advanced Culinary Skills and Advanced Food and Beverage classes real-life experiences in running a restaurant,” said Victoria Martinez, academic affairs director for Culinary Arts & Hospitality Management in CNM’s School of Business & Information Technology. “This term we are offering a ‘bistro-style’ selection of appetizers, salads, sandwiches, entrees and desserts. Restaurant goers can order a five-course meal if they like, or just stop in for a salad and a sandwich.”

Click here to view the full menu. Reservations are currently full for the remainder of the Summer Term. If you're interested in being put on a waiting list, email Chris Morosin, instructor of the Advanced Food and Beverage class, at cmorosin@cnm.edu

People with reservations coming from off-campus are encouraged to arrive at least 10 minutes early in order to find parking. Robert P. Matteucci Hall is located at 723 University Blvd., near the northwest corner of University Ave. and Basehart Road. Entrances to the building are on the east and north sides. If a party is more than 10 minutes late, seating may be unavailable.

For more information about CNM’s Culinary Arts program, click here.

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