BOhem Bistro. Cranberry/Seven Fields sounds far away, but it's not that far from our house in Robinson Twp, which I knew because when I lived a wee bit farther south in Carnegie, I worked in Cranberry. It's only about a 25-30 minute drive, which is what it sometimes takes us to get to the city/East Liberty/Squirrel Hill/Highland Park areas, depending on traffic.
Before dinner, we took advantage of heading north, a direction in which we do not normally head, to check out the Whole Foods in Wexford and just drive around the area for a while. I haven't worked in Cranberry for 9 years and when we passed through the area where I did work, I was amazed at how much it has grown.
The tabletop candle is a jar filled with salt - at one point, I snuffed out our flame on my sleeve and consider myself lucky I didn't catch myself on fire!!! I was so not paying attention as I reached for food. I wish I could show SP a picture of his face when that happened!
bistro wine. SP chose the merlot/cabernet bistro wine and I chose the sauvignon blanc bistro wine. They arrive in small decanters and are poured into European style wine glasses:
We left BOhem with our bellies full of tasty food. Our server was attentive, keeping our wine glasses and water glasses full and offering thoughts on the dishes. We really liked the rustic, cozy interior and the attention to using recycled materials. Sitting near the fireplace would be welcoming, warming, and cozy during the chilly winter months. It seems to me that Cranberry is much like Robinson - there's every store and chain restaurant you could wish for, but sometimes you want something different. BOhem Bistro is a place to which we would happily return, especially if meeting up with some of our Wexford/Cranberry area friends.