Mirabelle Restaurant and Tavern at the Three Village Inn
THE MIRABELLE DINING ROOM IS AVAILABLE FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY UPON REQUEST.
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm;
Lunch: Monday-Friday 12:00pm - 3:30; Saturday 12:00-3:00pm;
Dinner: Monday-Thursday 5:00-9:00pm , Friday & Saturday: 5:00-9:30pm, Sunday: 4:00pm-8:30pm;
Light Dinner Menu*: Monday-Friday 3:30-5:00pm; Saturday 3:00-5:00pm
Late Night Bar Menu*: Monday-Thursday 9:00-10:00pm; Friday&Saturday 9:30-10:30pm; Sunday 8:30-9:30pm;
*Bar Service Only.
**Holiday hours will vary.
We had a very enjoyable dinner for 4. The oysters were excellent. I had a burger, exceptionall.
Mirabelle Tavern does not disappoint. Have dined on many occasions; always fun and delicious.
We had a wonderful dinner with friends. The food was delicious, service was friendly and the overall value was excellent. The music that came on later in the evening was not loud and the people there were nice.
Staff very personable and professional. Food outstanding! Just perfect!
Excellent. Will go back soon From a burger to oysters on the half shell, pasta, roast chicken and fish-something for everyone.
Mirabelle was awesome as usual- and I look forward to going there again. It was my third time there for a special occasion and they really have a terrific menu and a solid approach towards hospitality. Their service is really excellent.
Awesome Christmas experience. Was pleasantly surprised with carolers. Fireside dining. 10 out of 10!!!!!!
Tom our server was excellent, he was attentive but not over bearing.
My girlfriend wanted to go someplace that was decorated for Christmas and Three Village Inn was my first choice.
Thank you for great service....
Always delicious! Staff is friendly and attentive. An absolute favorite!
There was a private holiday party going on... the restaurant was packed and extremely noisy. Wish I would have been told when I made my reservation.
food always escellent. very nice at holidays. would recommend
We visited on a Sunday evening. They waiter presented a prefix menu which was was not very exciting in addition 2 of the 4 appetizer had extra charges. $15 dollars extra for goose liver on top of the prefix. If you are going to have a up charges on a prefix there better be many choices at the set prefix price. I had the prefix and my wife went A'la carte. My tuna appetizer was tasteless and boring; however, my wife's octopus was fantastic as was the cheese cake for desert from the prefix menu. My wife had the snapper and I had arctic char, both cooked well but nothing special. The busboys need training. They reach over and place food plate down on butter, and places folks and knives without regard to the customer. First we had to request bread many minutes after the waiter unsolicited said the bread will come right out after taking our order. I requested an other slice of bread as the appetizers still have not arrived. They never would have offered nor noticed my bread plate was empty. The bus boy return putting a slice of there, ok tasting, bread on my plate and ignoring my wife; her plate was now empty. The waiter later corrected these small issues and overall the service was acceptable but these unrefined errors should never happen in the first place. Bottom line . It is a pub with better than average pub food.
Terrible. Last time we go there for brunch. Brunch with Santa messed up their brunch service.
The food is good. Casual rustic place that had good food. The service is ok. But they didn’t rush us. But joint they could have kept the water glasses full and asked if we wanted drinks more often. Food takes a while to make since I believe it’s made fresh and not laying around. So if you’re in a hurry don’t go. But this place really isn’t a hurry up place.
The most romantic restaurant in Suffolk!
The staff at Mirabelle are fantastic. The manager found us standing as we waited for our guest and immediately led us to our table for our comfort. The server in the Tavern happily helped us choose a lovely cocktail to start the evening. After our guests arrived, we decided the festive and lively atmosphere in the Tavern would hamper our conversation. We requested a change after we were all seated. Without a hitch and with a smile, we were transferred seamlessly to the quieter dining room. The meal to follow would leave us all in awe. The fabulous choices on the pre fix menu captured our attention. Fresh salad, warm and creamy shrimp bisque, crusty baked bread and the incredible fois gra to start. All plated beautifully. The prime rib could not be denied for the three of us, the duck dinner closed the circle. Thick and completely tender prime rib perfectly cooked to our requests arrived. Paired with a surprising side of structured spaghetti squash topped with spinach . It was so delicious and left us all feeling light and satisfied. Dessert was anticipated and completed a perfect meal in a beautifully decorated, precious historical building. None of this would be possible without our fabulous server in the dining room. Sweet, professional, attentive with a great sense of humor, thank you so much!
I usually go in the summer and eat outside which is lovely. Ate inside the Tavern this time for lunch. Very cozy with the fireplace and type of seating.
Smoking at the entrance was disgusting. They should be off to the side. Waitress was excellent, very hospitable and very attentive.
Great fun. The service was friendly, attentive and very good. The main course was a little delayed but was worth the wait. The ambience was Cody and we all had a great time.
Everything was outstanding! We will definitely return. Our new favorite restaurant!
Lovely atmosphere and and beautifully decorated. All the staff was friendly and accommodating. Food was mildly disappointing. My filet mignon was cooked perfectly, but the accompanying short rib was dry.
We took a friend there to celebrate her birthday and thoroughly enjoyed the experience. The food was very good and the wait staff was excellent: friendly and efficient.
Afraid the secret will get out about this great bar staff and chef
Loved it & will be back!
Valet attendant ignored me . I was in front of restaurant waiting for can Let for 10 minutes I finally parked myself and walked in monsoon type weather
We went for restaurant week because the choices looked interesting. Turned out that they were delicious too. We shared two appetizers, salmon and scallop with pickled onion and mayo dip and the cheese and fig tart. They were both excellent. We then both had the pork chop over an amazing sauerkraut and a sausage on top. It was cooked perfect. Pork chop tender and juicy, sausage a perfect little crunch on the outside juicy inside. I finished with a ginger tart which I loved every bite of. My wife had an apple tart which she loved. I don't eat cooked apples so I'll go with her loving it. Even the decaf coffee was good. What made it better was that the service was impeccable, efficient and super friendly. The ambiance was a little hard for me as the room was a little too bright and the burnt orange wallpaper was not my taste. I would definitely go back.
Great choices for Restaurant Week! Everything from appetizers to dessert was well prepared and very tasty. Nice service too.
Visited for restaurant week. Very good value for the price fixe menu. The food was very good. Only complaint was the lack of knowledge of the menu from our server. As an example, could not tell us the types of cheese that came on the cheese tray we had as part of dessert.
Terrible Service, Subpar Food, Outdated Decor
The Mirabelle Dining room is very pleasant and reasonably quiet. The Tavern is more boisterous.
Heard wonderful things about this restaurant over the years and was extremely disappointed in the food. Won't be back.
My biggest complaint was the extremely slow service. It took us about 45 mins to get our appetizer and the entire meal took about 2.5 hours. Sadly the food was not consistently good. The salmon dish was amazing yet the Moroccan chicken was extremely bland without spices. Harissa? Seems like they didn’t even bother to use it. Will not return. Why bother doing restaurant week if you do such a terrible job? Isn’t restaurant week supposed to bring in business not lose it?
Mirabelke for years in St James is now at the Three Village Inn Stonybrook. Always a fav for special occasions
Back again for a mid week meal. Very quiet - delicious food and Jimmy our server was outstanding - in the tradition of the great service we always get at the Tavern ...
We were so delighted when we came two weeks ago, and found out that the quiet restaurant had reopened. The tavern remains open as well, giving the best of two different atmospheres with the same menu.
they double charged me on my bill and two days later yet to fix it
the menu is very limited
went to mirabelle , requested dining room. got there, and there was a wedding going on, so the main area is closed, so reccommend you ask ahead if the dining room is open. were seated in the inn/bar area
which was the only place open. had a table near the fireplace, which was very nice, so if you do sit in the inn part, ask for that. food was really good. ALmost everything ordered was delicious. had the artisan cheese platter, was not that big, but cheese was excellent. scallop&Salmon terrine we didnt care for, nothing wrong with it, just was not to our taste. had the spaetzle/brocolini, was very good.
We were seated in the bar area. It was Wednesday night, understandable. My father is in a wheel chair and the table worked out great.
However, 20 minutes into our dinner experience the band started up and I found the noise level much too much. Yes, I was dining with two people well into thier eighties but they did not complain at all, it's my perception and feedback.
The band was good and not a loud group by design, but more suited to a happy hour and not a dinner.
Food was good and the people serving were very pleasant, it was the noise level that was hard on us all.
Back at Mirabelle ... cheeseboard - chicken and duck Mirabelle all wonderful. Friendly and attentive service
The room was small and very noisy and the special menu for "Oktoberfest" featured very heavy and uninteresting items.