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.
Good food, good service. Thank you for seeing us where you did.
Really disappointed in the main course. Ordered the seafood fricassee and it was to come with lobster, scallop, shrimp, clams, mussels and monk fish. It was $32. When it was delivered by the runner there was no shrimp lobster or scallops. They were substituted with salmon, without asking. I personally do not like salmon. We would have said something to the waiter but he never returned. The runner got our check although we asked him to send him out. I paid in full for the meal but will not return. Love fine dining and this was a disappointment
There were 9 of us, the age range was 14 to 70, the service was perfect, the food was perfect, everything was just delicious, presentation great, food excellent. I am a huge fan.
Heirloom tomato salad mostly fruit, few tomatoes. They forgot to bring a birthday dessert, disappointed. Otherwise was fine.
The food is just not up to par for the price, service was lovely however
The food was good but the waitstaff congregated in a service area near our table and talked and were not always attentive.
I've been here several times for lunch on a Saturday and the food was good. The service is always great and the ambiance is nice. But we went for Sunday lunch and was told they only serve brunch on Sunday. It was the same old, tired brunch buffet and was very expensive for what it was. I won't go back for brunch. Not much selection and really, nothing particularly good. Go here for lunch on a weekday or Saturday but don't go for brunch.
excellent service (there were 6 of us!) excellent food..bar gets a noisy but was fine after it emptied out a bit
We celebrated our 46th anniversary. We have celebrated here every year for 46 years. I would say we love it.
We have been regulars at the Tavern since it opened and regret that the service has gone so far downhill that we will not be returning. Our server was young and friendly, but with a bit of attitude. Drink order came and was filled promptly, at which point we were told that bread and butter would be coming right out. Fifteen minutes later, the bread arrived at the same time as our salad course. We had to get up from the table to find someone who would get us fresh cracked pepper. Then we waited another 20-25 minutes after our salads were finished for the entrees to arrive. My duck, which is a specialty of the house, arrived without either the grilled peaches and the mushrooms; it was a plate of duck and polenta only. It took me a good 10 minutes to find someone who would rectify the situation, at which point the rest of the meal was cold. The entire restaurant had maybe five tables full and the service was still horrendous. The food is still decent (when you actually get what you ordered) but the service makes it an unpleasant experience. For the prices of the food, they should employ some professional and experienced help. By the way, I waited tables for years and know that it is a difficult job.
Took my parents out for lunch. Good food and great service.
There was insufficient information about the wines served with the tasting meal. The value of the wines served was less than the $50 charged.
Service was awesome - our waitress was super friendly and knowledgeable. Cannot wait to go back.
Chef Anthony Mazza was outstanding. The food was hot and delicious. We'll come back soon. Thank you.
I wanted to be seated in the dinning room but, they would not accommadate us even though the room was empty. We were seated next to a large party that made enough noise to wake the dead. My wife finally went to ask if we could move but, by that time the first course arrived with our wine so we stayed put. The food was good but, not exceptional . The service was okay. We are not going back and, we will tell others of our experience
We came for Fathers Day on the Saturday before. So did many other people so it was crowded. In addition, there was a wedding. Consequently, there should have been more staff present than normal and it didn’t seem as if there was. It took us 3 hours to complete our meal and it wasn’t because we ate slowly. It was because we had to wait at least 45 minutes between courses. We chose the Tavern because we had a toddler with us and the waiting ruined the experience for everyone.
Have been com8ng to Mirabelle’s for since 35 years ago..and have been coming ever since..consistently great..on all counts.
Beautiful colonial setting with excellent food. Everyone loved their meals: ribeye, salmon, lobster ravioli. Appetizers were great as well. Service was top notch, with the waiter making excellent recommendations. Our first time but we will be back.
We eat here several times a year, always very good menu choices and service.
Last saturday had terrific live music- vibraphone and band.
Building is interesting colonial era inn.
The food was good - not great. The service was good - not great. The atmosphere was good - but too noisy. I've been to many other restaurants within the same price range, and the food at Mirabelle was not nearly as good. Another of the Lessings overpriced establishments.
The food and service was excellent but the board noise and live band ruined our anniversary dinner they should let you know if there’s going to be a band 5 feet from your table and what time it starts playing
Mirabelle never fails to deliver. Food is excellent, and service (though often a bit lacking in refinement) is friendly and attentive.
Service was not good we waited too long for a waiter and for the check. Food was fair chickpea fries are awesome though
There was a lot going on the day we dined, and the food was very good. However, we had to keep reminding the waiter we hadn't gotten our drinks, then had to remind him we had ordered another. We also never received the salad part of our prix fixe farm-to-table dinner . We had ordered an additional appetizer, and got that, but our salad was MIA. So while we enjoyed the food we got, it would have been nice to get everything we were paying for, and not have to nag about beverages.
The valet parking staff was very personable and friendly too.
Beautiful place very good food small portions Great place to have a wedding. Did it use to be called the milliarge inn? I thought I was here before
It was a rainy, grey late afternoon and very busy, but everyone on the staff was polite, efficient and friendly. Nice food and a lovely experience. Had not been there for awhile, but will definitely go back!
Never a bad meal, our favorite go to restaurant for an outstanding time and meal.
Highly recommended. Outstanding chef!
Service and front desk are just as kind and outstanding too!
The Mirabelle restaurant vs the Tavern is very elegant and the food is excellent.
They also have a choice of farm to table menu which is wonderful and a little less
expensive - includes 3 courses.
Always can count on a great meal, with great service and ambience.
Our favorite spot and best executive chef.
The food we ordered was very good and the service was attentive. My wife had grilled artichokes and a salad while I had halibut served atop a risotto croquette. Each item was well prepared, flavorful, served at a proper temperature. We shared baclava for dessert and it was OUTSTANDING. I would recommend Mirabelle's to others.
The restaurant is a gem and we usually like it very much. However, this was during Long Island Restaurant Week and we thought the menu was inviting, but the quality of the entrees were not up to par. I ordered the lamb chops and even paid extra for this choice. They were so tough that I even had trouble cutting them. I should have sent it back. My husband had the haddock and it was very bland, but edible. The desserts were the best part! Also, my husband did not enjoy the asparagus soup. I thought it was very good. I hope the next visit is better because I plan to give them another chance to redeem themselves!
Visited for Restaurant week and I absolutely enjoyed every bite of my three courses. The chicken was tender and flavorful, it was delightful.
Went for on Fridayvfor Restaurant Week with two friends. Had great seats away from the bar, so conversation was easy. Great service from start to finish and there was no pressure to get in and get out. The food was really good; the haddock exceptional. Was really pleased with the experience.
We found both the regular and restaurant week menus, very limited, too much use of chick peas in so many dishes. Waitress good, but restaurant makes a big production of serving one piece of bread per person, never asked if we wanted more. Restaurant week steak dish excellent, al a carte menu duck dish dry. The salad greens were not torn properly , too big, necessitating cutting the leaves, which should never be done. Worst of all was trying to get our car out to go home. We had parked in a row of cars where there were no "no Parking" signs, but when we came out, our car was hemmed in back and to the side, impossible to get out without great effort and assistance. The staff, given the license plate numbers were reluctant to "bother" their guests to move a car. It was apparent that the staff expected us to wait until the guilty parkers either finished their dinner or left their event. Finally, after 25 minutes, one of the restaurant staff who happened to be a local fire department member offered to assist. It took more than 20 minutes of careful maneuvering with my driving, my husband at the rear and the fireman at the front of the car to get us out safely, without getting our car scratched by branches or damaged by rocks along the edge of the parking or hitting either of the offending cars. It was a total nightmare. The staff told us we had parked in a driveway, but we pointed out that there were no indications of the area being off limits and there were already 3 cars parked in front of the area where we parked. We felt that the entire experience was a downer and we would not return. As an aside, limiting the restaurant area for dining to what used to be a private party room and having the main windowed room for events only is a real detraction from what the Three Village Inn used to be. Having dined at the inn hundreds of times, we cannot say strongly enough that Mirabelle has failed our community in their presentation of dining at this venue.
Waiter was extremely knowledgeable about food and it's preperation. Bus service was excellent as well.
Menu for LIRW was quite good. We LOVED the Asparagus soup, the Goat cheese salad, the Farm Egg w Pea Puree'and the Haddock prep was delicious! The service was also quite good for a busy evening. Way to go GUY & staff. Thank you!
Continues to excel; great cuisine in a classic setting, excellent service. Still a neighborhood jewel.
It turned out to be restaurant week which was a great surprise. We all had the prix fixe; the duck was perfect.
I was so disappointed, having been a fan of Mirabelle for a long time. We were a foursome,
a wedding was taking place, the service was horrendous. We were advised that they could not
accommodate us with 4 prixe fix dinners as there wasn't enough time. We allowed two hours for the dinner before show time. (8 pm at SB). I have never been advised to NOT order a dinner due to the staff not able to get it to us in time. Noise was horrible. Waiters running all over the
place, broken wine glasses at the doorway upon leaving. We had to wait for the clean up. I have
never experienced such a disorderly restaurant. I hope Guy reads this as I'm sure he would not
approve! Regards, Jeanette Reynolds
It's hard to believe that Guy Reuge is still associated with Mirabelle. In the old location I have had some of the best culinary experiences of my life. On Saturday the experience was terrible. There was a complete lack of caring at every level, from the people we checked with, to the server and her complete lack of knowledge, to the mediocre food. Several of our dishes came out at room temperature. I will never go back ! Did the Lessing's just buy the Mirabelle name. I find it had to believe Guy Reuge would allow this to happen if he were still involved.