What is Bistro Eating?
Wikipedia Defines it:
Bistro eating is a style of cooking that involves using fresh, local ingredients to produce delicious, and nutritionally healthy recipes. Bistro eating has become much more popular due to the fact that people are more obsessed about their eating health, and also because a number of celebrity chefs such as Jamie Oliver and Gordon Ramsay use this style of cooking.

What is New American Cuisine?
Wikipedia Defines it:

New American cuisine a term for upscale, contemporary cooking served primarily in restaurants in the United States. Combining flavors from America's melting pot with traditional techniques, New American cuisine includes ethnic twists on old standbys, Old World peasant dishes made from luxury American ingredients and molecular gastronomy. It developed in the 1980s from fusion and California cuisines and features significant creative use of in-season produce and sauces. It is somewhat related to the French Nouvelle cuisine and often incorporates influences from Latin American, Mediterranean and Asian cuisine.

We define it like this:
Natasha's is an urban bistro, an arts and entertainment restaurant with a warehouse/theatre feel, eclectic décor and a broad menu. We are a downtown bistro serving "New American Cuisine," which means everything from bison burgers and sweet chili pizza to hot Asian salads, delicious & inventive pasta dishes, stir frys, fish dinners, wraps, & more!