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ELDERLY CUSTOMERS: Steven James, right, says a lot of older people in his Middlesbrough guitar shop pay by cheque; CASHFLOW ISSUES: Alex Affleck, left, of John Ramsden pawnbrokers in Redcar; PAYING SUPPLIERS: Andrea Cook, right, of Bizou lingerie boutique in Yarm, uses cheques Main picture by PETER BENN
Set up by Andrea and Chrissie Cook in September 2006, Bizou is an exclusive lifestyle store focusing on lingerie, beauty treatments and products, along with everything else that makes a woman feel fantastic.
Retail award: Bizou Lingerie and Beauty Boutique, Yarm
Esquire Magazine voted Bizou among the top ten restaurants in the nation at the same time Chef Roussel was Executive Chef.
Owner of the Bizou Lingerie and Beauty Boutique, Andrea Cook, reopened her Danby Wynd store at the weekend, just four weeks after the crippling raid on June 25.
Andrea Cook was left with only one pair of knickers and a few bottles of perfume following the raid on Bizou Lingerie and Beauty Boutique, Danby Wynd, on Monday night
While French restaurants and steakhouses have eclipsed Japanese cuisine among the most popular picks in Los Angeles, Cafe Bizou of Sherman Oaks fell from its No.
She is a beautician at Bizou lingerie and beauty boutique in Yarm, which she opened with her sister, Andrea.
Shirley and Gordon Tadewaldt of Montrose celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary with their family at Cafe Bizou in Pasadena and with a trip to Yreka, Calif.
CSI: New York's'' Eddie Cahill waiting under the valet umbrella at Cafe Bizou on Ventura Boulevard.
The Studio City sushi purist - dubbed the ``Sushi Nazi'' - won best food award in the latest Zagat survey, which also ranked Cafe Bizou of Sherman Oaks as the most popular restaurant in L.
Lloyd, who spent some time in his native Wales before his re-entry into the highly competitive local restaurant fray, was at one time associated with Cafe Bizou, where the dollar-soup-or-salad-with-entree idea began along with the no-, then low- ($2), corkage-fee policy.