A new bistro has moved into Tucker County. Downtown Parsons is now home to a small town bistro with high-quality food.
In Tucker County, one family is living their 20-year dream of owning a restaurant. Iron Bridge Bistro is located on First Street in downtown Parsons.
Co-owner Samantha Zais says the family-friendly atmosphere and great food bring people in and keep them coming back.
“We are very family oriented. We want you to feel just like you know us when you walk through the door. We are all about high quality and the freshest possible ingredients we can use for all of our dishes. We like to say we are a small town bistro, with small town prices, but with high-quality food,” said Zais.
Scott Moore has been coming to the Bistro since it opened in April. He says he was surprised when the owners, who are also his neighbors, decided to pursue their dreams of opening the business.
“I thought he was crazy. I figured he was pulling my leg. He was a coal miner, a coal miner and a chef. So, I didn’t know for sure if he was telling me the truth or not, but he proved me wrong,” said Moore.
Moore’s favorite dish is the Bistro’s signature Deep Fried Philly Cheese Steak.
Families wanting a delicious home-cooked meal are welcome at the Parsons bistro.
The name was inspired by the old railroad bridge just down the street. With a few tables to keep the feeling intimate and inviting, the Bistro has been serving guests Monday through Saturday for dinner.
The Iron Bridge Bistro set us up with the marinated pork tenderloin, the twin jumbo lump Maryland crab cakes, and their signature fried Philly cheese steak which I get the opportunity to try and it was so good!