A Chat with Sunrise Bistro
What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? _Sunrise Bistro used to be known as Piñon Market & Cafe, and has been in the same location for over 18 years. _
What is one of your most popular offerings? How is it prepared?
A must-try is our filet mignon. The protein is seared and caramelized with roasted garlic and fresh rosemary. Served with a local seasonal veggie and your choice between creamy roasted garlic mash potatoes or a fennel rice pilaf.
What do you love most about your job?
The ability to not only make someone happy but healthier as well.
Every morning, the rising sun warms the patio of Bernadette and Roger’s eatery. This is their favorite moment of the day, so it makes sense that they named their restaurant Sunrise Bistro. Not surprisingly, breakfast is a specialty here; chefs kick off the morning with french toast and spinach-and-cheddar biscuits and fresh strawberry fruit scones made from scratch. During lunch hours, oven-roasted turkey stars in a handful of sandwiches, not least of which is the Sunrise Cobb, topped with avocado, swiss cheese, bacon, and housemade mayo. Contrary to its name, Sunrise Bistro does stay open past sunset, when dinner chef Matthew Greyard treats guests to filet mignon and french pork chops marinated in an apricot glaze.