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About Mirabelle Restaurant and Tavern at the Three Village Inn
Mirabelle Restaurant and Tavern at the Three Village Inn is the epitome of coziness, with its casual atmosphere and combination of American comfort food and French bistro classics. Chef Guy Reuge brings to the table the freshest and best local ingredients with emphasis on value. Long Island wines as well as other American vineyards are featured on a well chosen wine list. Fireplaces enhance the warmth of the Tavern and outside dining on our patio is available in warmer weather.
THE MIRABELLE DINING ROOM IS AVAILABLE FRIDAY & SATURDAY UPON REQUEST.
150 Main Street
Stony Brook, NY 11790
Contemporary American, Tapas / Small Plates
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Every Day 8:00am-10:00am;
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.
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Live music is offered on Weekends. Call 631-751-0555 for schedule.
Off premise catering available for home, office, or other location.
Parking is availabe in front of the Inn and in a public parking area next door
Conveniently located one mile from the Stony Brook station of the Long Island Railroad.
Private Party Facilities:
Our private reception and dining rooms can help you celebrate your own special occasion.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Beer and wine dinners offered.
Mirabelle Restaurant and Tavern at the Three Village Inn Ratings and Reviews
Usually excellent, however, we dined during the “wedding showcase” event and the noise and traffic ruined our quiet and elegant evening. We absolutely needed to be told that there was a significant event that night when we made our reservation....we could have easily chosen another time to dine. The trout was disappointing, as were the potato accompaniment as well. This is the first time we were LESS than pleased!
Returned to Mirabelle Tavern after a hiatus. Had a bad experience last time - probably because of the craziness of the weekend - which I will now avoid. Pleasant time - seat next to the fire, what could be a finer place for nice hot bowl of soup and a hot toddy?
The service was largely non-existent. There are very few traces of French cuisine left on the menu, which is now largely crowd pleasers, sans sauces or accoutrement. The preparation is solid and the ingredients are fine but its not the Mirabelle it used to be when Guy ran it as his own restaurant. It is now a commercial B&B dining room with profitability and mass appeal presiding over gourmet cuisine. Its really a shame. It used to be the best restaurant in much of Long Island but one can not even remotely make that assertion any longer. The ambience is a tavern if one is generous and bar if one is parsimonious, not a dining room, at least at lunch on weekends, which is similarly sad.
I am all about supporting local establishments But When a Place charges almost $60.00 for a burger and fries a cup of peppermint tea fish & chips and A glass of white zinfandel I Call Overpriced out right Piracy. The Service was Exemplary everything else not so much
The food was bland. I ordered spinach fettuccine & oysters for an appetizer. The oysters were tiny & the pasta had no flavor to it. My husband ordered lamb with a side of broccoli rabe. He said the lamb was good but the broccoli rabe had these little cubes on it that looked like sausage. The waiter had no idea what the cubes were & had to ask the chef. He then told us that it was a stuffing left over from another entree they serve.
The only delicious part of the meal was dessert.
For $150 we were had. We will never go back nor recommend this place.
We enjoyed a very nice dinner during restaurant week. Food was excellent as was service. You will notice I said "quiet". This was because we asked to be sat in the dining room as the bar was very busy and very noisy and this was on a Tuesday evening. It could also have been happy hour if they have one. The dining room was very quiet, only one other occupied table but we enjoyed it as we were able to talk without shouting and we heard each other. The bar would have been far too noisy for us but each to their own. Don't be afraid to ask to be seated somewhere else.
The Tavern has a great close knit feel with giant fireplace at one end and bar at the other. House Pinot Noir was not the right bottle to choose but there are many others on the menu. The appetizers we had of a parsnip soup and crab cakes were excellent. Well flavored, lump crab no fillers and nicely presented. The main courses were a different story. The seared monk fish wasn't seared but appeared baked, was dry and unseasoned even though it was placed atop a chorizo tomato puree that had flavor, there was no flavor or seasoning to the fish. The steak was a surprise as it had the appearance of a pork tenderloin, round and sliced as such, but was a relatively dry cut of beef. This was served with an unappealing grayish-brown potato mash. The beef was had only a few drops of sauce beneath it and this ran out in a few bites. As a result it remained dry and with little flavor. Overall the menu is very limited and priced above its quality. The place was busy or lacking servers as it took a long time at every intervening step.
We are locals who are enjoying getting reacquainted with a local landmark. The atmosphere is wonderful, especially in the end, which is cozy and comfortable. The food was excellent, and the service was courteous and friendly, but could be a little bit more attentive to some of the basic needs of the table such as bread service, and liquid refreshment. Otherwise,An excellent experience and we will be coming back for more.
The service was much better then our previous visit. However, they no longer take the Lessing’s rewards card. Other establishments still do. I do not understand why. Very disappointing as we also go to brunch with Santa every year. I have had my card for years and come often. Sad!
I have been coming to MIRABELLE since the where new in St.James, the food is good, the only thing I miss is the MIRABELLE cocktail, it is not what it used to be, I miss the Mirabelle fruit in the cocktail I and my family have had it. It is not same without it. ;-( Charles Kohn
The food was ok and the service was lacking.
We waited a long time before anyone came to the table to ask about drinks or bring bread.
We had to put clam shells on the bread plate.
It was a pre-fixed menu and there were three choices for dessert. We were there early and ready for dessert at 7:00. We wanted the tiramisu and there was none left.
We aren't sure if they even had it at all.
We might give it another try but wouldn't rush back.
I enjoy Mirabelle Tavern every now and then. I often find it inconsistent with the food and service. I have to say that this past Friday for restaurant week, it was Fabulous !!!!! The service, the food, the value were spot on! Had the pumpkin soup, spinach fettuccine and apple crisp for dessert, OMG delicious! Can’t wait to go back!
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