2015-09-07: Bistro Moustache plays in Oakland,San Francisco and Pleasanton

Post date: Jun 29, 2016 5:14:21 AM

You're probably thinking, oh la la, it's been a long time since I've received one of those highly informational spams from Bistro Moustache, I wonder how they are doing. Well let me reassure you right away, everything is fine, and and I apologize for leaving hanging so long without your regular feed of BM news. I hope your survived and even enjoyed the hiatus.

First the good news is that, finally, here is your chance to come see and hear us in our own backyard, so to speak, at Monaghan's, on September 12, in Oakland (2820 Mountain Blvd), close to Montclair and the Mormon Temple. Hmmm, maybe I should think of some special songs for either of these themes. We'll see. Anyway, I am told they have stupendous chicken wings and the ever (in?) famous fried pickles, so between the music and these tasty treats it can get crowded, ergo best to call them (510) 482-2500 if you want a table close to us. At the same time you can even impress upon them that it's such a great idea to have us play there. If you call to make sure you get a table far away from us, that's OK we'll understand, no hurt feelings.

For those of you who like the San Francisco fog better, we're back at Chouchou for our weekly Sunday evening dinner music, so the next one is September 13. Always a good place for a pleasant I-don't-feel-like-cooking-fancy-food-myself Sunday dinner. Don't forget to bring our business card to get 10% off of your dinner tab.

Another place we love to play at is Mathilde French Bistro, on 5th street in SF and we'll be there September 17. The food is awesome, and the entire staff exhibits the same je-ne-sais-quoi accent yours truly can't get rid of, what a coincidence! And dinner on the covered patio is unbeatable. Again, reservations are highly recommended at (415) 546-6128.

Then on September 19, we'll be in Pleasanton, at the Casbah. We've not been there yet, but the band who usually plays there tells me it's very nice and I trust them. By the way, a great shout out to the usual Cabah band, Duo Gadjo, they are very good, and I don't say that lightly about "the competition". Really, how many French Café music bands can there be around here? No need to answer, that was a rhetorical question.

If you calendar goes that far you can also write down October 2, we'll be atnoon at 425 Market st, in San Francisco, part of the People in Plazas series.

All the details, addresses, phone numbers, etc, athttp://www.bistromoustache.com. and Facebook (Fesse Plouc, for those of you French speaking) at https://www.facebook.com/bistroMoustache.

Feel free to pass this email around if you feel someone could use some good old unbiased Bistro Moustache news. If you have questions, comments, complaints, or if you want to get dropped from future emails blasts, by all means, let me know.

OK that's all for today, back to barbecue duties on this superb Labor Day Monday. Have a good one as well.