Not Your Average Italian Restaurant

"Bistro 13" is not just any Italian restaurant. It's a family run restaurant that it's owner Gio runs with passion. Gio has had many restaurants over the past 40 years he has been in the business of making sure food and service are always impeccable. Gio has a flare for making his customers feel like guests and knows many of his repeat customers very well. He makes it a point to bring good organic food from local farmers to the table for his customers health and well being.

 

Nestled in Camarillo just off the 101 Freeway, "Bistro 13" is a jewel among many Italian restaurants. Daily specials include the fresh fish, meats and pastas, including gluten-free dishes. Many of "Bistro 13"customers are locals who have frequented this restaurant weekly for over a decade. In addition to great organic, quality dishes, "Bistro 13" has an extensive wine selection and Gio is happy to introduce many of the local wines that hail from Napa, Santa Barbara and Paso Robles to his customers. "Bistro 13" also has a full service bar and small even more intimate room with a bar for special parties.

 

It's because of Gio's experience and passion for his restaurants that this Italian bistro stands out in the many choices that are available. Rarely do you find an intimate Italian restaurant that gives you the cuisine, service and intimate atmosphere that "Bistro 13" gives you. Gio has catered to many celebrities from the past and present who have frequented his restaurants. He also available for catering and can bring that special touch to any event you may have.

 

I highly recommend for you to experience "Bistro 13" because that's exactly what dining there is, an experience that you won't be disappointed with. Please visit their website and see their menu or feel free to give Gio a call for your next catering event!

 

 

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