Baby Bistro

Eating at Baby Bistro, a mysterious French-ish pop-up inside a Ktown barber shop, is worth all the hell that comes with securing a nearly impossible reservation via Instagram DM. Because, once you get inside, you’ll be treated to a truly unique dining experience. Exposed brick walls, six or so antique tables, and checkerboard flooring make the whole place feel like an inner-circle apartment party. The frequently changing menu consists of six a la carte dishes best described as simple European bistro food with unexpected twists. We ate pickled trout on a bed of melon, decadent bread topped with thick anchovies and a slightly sweet tomato spread, and perfectly fried sweetbread accompanied with green olives—all of which went down easy with Baby Bistro’s wine. Now for the catch: The whole operation wraps up on September 2nd. So slide into those DMs, exercise patience, and keep an eye on Baby Bistro's IG stories—they often post last-minute cancellations.