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About Pierre's - Bridgehampton
Euro chic and casual French restaurant in the Hamptons. Open 7 days, breakfast, lunch/brunch and dinner, 365 days...
P.O. Box 2200
Bridgehampton, NY 11932
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday 8:00am-11:00am; Brunch: Friday - Sunday 11:0am-5:00pm; Lunch: Monday - Thursday 11:00am-5:00pm; Dinner: Monday - Thursday, Sunday 5:00pm-10:00pm, Friday & Saturday 5:00pm-11:00pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Live Jazz every Sundays and Tuesdays night from 6:30 to 9:30
Gourmet Market store next to the restaurant.
large parking lot across the street
Private Party Facilities:
Enjoy our private library with fire place that can accommodate from 8 to 40 guests
Private Party Contact:
Pierre Weber: (631) 537-5110
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wine
Pierre's - Bridgehampton Ratings and Reviews
My husband and I went to Pierre's on Christmas Day for dinner. The ambiance was fine with the exception that the lighting over our table was so dim I could not see the menu! The food was very good. I had the rack of lamb and my husband had the hanger steak. I enjoyed the lamb. If you are fond of mustard as I am, the mustard herb crust added dimension to the dish. The lamb was cooked perfectly as ordered. My husband said the steak was also very good. My husband' had the ice cream filled puffs with the chocolate sauce for dessert. It was a bountiful dessert and the presentation was lovely. The only thing that surprised me was our coffee at the end of the meal was cold and had to be sent back (not a fatal error to be sure). I was also surprised in a restaurant of this quality that my husband could not get a glass of cabernet and was offered "something close". The little "goodie bag" at the end of our meal was a nice touch. All in all, dining at Pierre's was a nice experience. We will definitely be eating there again
Unlike other soi-disant French places in the Hamptons, which tend to go easy on themselves by importing a good bit of Italian food into the menu - - it's easy and it's good, and plenty of Parisian restaurants do the same - - Pierre's is the real thing. The menu could easily pass muster in Paris or New York, and the cooking matches the ambitions of the menu: it's very, very good. This comes at a price, of course, and it's wasted on the young. (Thanksgiving dinner was noteworthy for the presence of a fair number of very bored and very active and shrill little children, not a normal feature at Pierre's where children are generally a rarity, though the house seems to welcome them.) The excellent menu is matched by a fairly reasonable and comprehensive wine list. Altogether, this is a place to go if you want elegant food, friendly and good service, and a host who is paying attention to what is going on so that there seem to be no mishaps.
Table of six enjoyed both lobster preparations; black bass; salmon; beef. The food is always so tasty and prepared the way you want to come back for
My 88 year old mother was with us, we reserved on Open Table -- which required credit card submission -- and when we arrived Pierre curtly told my wife and mother the reservation had been cancelled. Now if he made a mistake (because we did not cancel) he could have corrected himself rather than act like it was a struggle to seat us. There were at least 8 open tables and a table for six in the corner went unused all night.
Pierre, how about comping a drink or just saying you are sorry? If we had cancelled, this review couldn't be here because O.T. would have registered a cancellation.
Left a bad taste after great food.
There are so many spots in The Hamptons that feel too much like New York City. They're good but it isn't really relaxing. Pierre's has great food, good wine but you do not feel like you are competing with other diners and you really never want to get up and leave. We were in the mood for fish and has sea bass, salmon, a combination of shrimp+bass+lobster and never offered to share because we each were so happy with what we had. Only warning is that the pricing can be like NYC and that's a little jarring but the evening is worth it
You almost feel like you are in a quaint bistro in France with tables outside on the street in the cute village of Bridgehampton. Our server was a bit aloof but the ambience with a singer in the bar area was very nice. The noise level was fine and we could carry on a conversation. The food was tasty and very authentic. Will go back !!!
Honestly, I barely remeber what I ate b/c the place was so deafening loud. If you go, do so early or late. We left around 11 pm and the crowds had thinned. I could see how this could be a pleasant place during the week. But the weekend dinner hours are a total assault on the senses. Avoid.
I had heard about this restaurant for years and always wanted to try it, but never got around to it. we met friends from west Hampton, and chose this place as it was sort of half-way from where we are. it was Saturday night in season, so it was incredibly crowded. we didn't wait very long for a table, and were seated towards the back, which we thought would help with the noise. it didn't; it was EXTREMELY noisy, and we had a hard time conversing. However, the server was charming and somewhat attentive and the food was outstanding. we will probably come back well after labor day, on a Tuesday, to try and see what it's like then.
went here to celebrate a special occasion and it was terrible. prices do not justify the indifferent service. waiters were rude and food mediocre at best. much better time can be had at Almond or World Pie or even Fresh which is costly as well but at least they are a great deal more welcoming than the cold shoulder Pierre gives you unless you are "somebody"
Went to Pierre's on a Sunday with my family for lunch. The food is good and there is a lot of selection on the menu. However, the menu is generally overpriced. Small fresh juices are $14.00 and certain dishes provide little food for the money. However, to be fair, the general quality of the food is good and with a Bridgehampton location, they can command overpriced payments. I have been to many fine restaurants and brasseries but I am just a person who likes value for my money. While the food at Pierre's is good and I will probably return because my wife loves French cuisine, I do not think it provides value for your money.
I was expecting a better dining experience when I went to Pierre's. The waitstaff was very accommodating but there was too much fooling around among the workers in our sight and hearing that it distracted from the experience. Our appetizers were very good but the duck was less than impressive. I would not get that again there. The other dish - Sea Bass- was very good as per my wife. Overall a very good experience. If you are a wine person there was an extensive wine list that was quite impressive.
Your restaurant is Indeed a lovely little Gem on the East End. It was our first time visiting and we will for sure be back to try more dishes. The service was excellent. The only slight complaint I would have is that I felt a little squished in our booth and got into a seesaw - back and forth with my neighbor booth as we both shared the swinging back of the seat. I'm sure that could be fixed by a good carpenter. It was the table on the left just before entering the back through the kitchen.
We had planned a quiet anniversary but we were unaware that there would be a party in progress so it was fairly noisy. The appetizers we ordered were very good but the main courses I ordered, a very expensive Lobster ragout, was overwhelmed by tarragon while the "special" pot au feu, a relatively simple dish to prepare, was downright poor. Maybe it was an off night, but it isn't likely we will drive so far out of the way to eat in this restaurant again. LS
When we need a place that is a little bit special, to entertain friends with whom we want to linger and char over coffee- this is the place. In daytime, full of light, intimate at night- booths and small tables with a room available for bigger gatherings. There is no downside.
breakfast, brunch, lunch and dinner- anything you need at any time- with a french accent!
What a enjoyable way to spend a few moments with friends and family! The food is wonderful and the wine list exhaustive. With a bakery attached, the deserts speak for themselves. We go back each time we visit the area. Lunch or dinner are both a great moment in the day.
Perfect evening from start to finish! Service, food, ambiance ! Pierre's does not disappoint. Server was knowledgeable of food and wine menu and was very patient in our not to want to rush our evening. Food was presented beautifully and was a heartier portion then we expected given it was a french restaurant. From appetizers to dessert delicious!
Overall, this is a very good restaurant. However, as has become the case for many Hamptons restaurants, the service and food are too inconsistent for the price one has to pay. Dishes for a party of six arrived one or two at a time, often with several minutes wait for the final dish to arrive. Bus crew couldn't stay away. Twice we had to ask them to stop clearing the table when people were still obviously eating. The waiter himself was excellent, and helped with great recommendations. Great wine list. Mussels were excellent, but the Pot au Feu was remarkably bland, the onion tart burned, and the pesto pasta was heavy on the garlic.
We had a very nice evening, but it could've been more enjoyable.
Every time I have been to this restaurant, my meal has been spoiled by the arrogance of the owner. His personality is so disagreeable that after this last experience, I'm going to have to cross Pierre's off my list. I come from a generation when "the customer was always right." Not so at this one. There are other dining options where one is treated with more civility. ADIEU, PIERRE!
This charming restaurant, which I visited on Christmas Day for a family lunch, serves classic French food, perfectly prepared and presented. The menu hits all the high notes of traditional French cuisine. The wine list is voluminous. The service was outstanding. Tables are placed amply apart, allowing for a nice sense of privacy and easy table conversation. The ambiance is informal but chic, so that patrons in jeans sit comfortably by those in dressy attire. Whether you're seeking a bite before a show or a leisurely lunch or dinner to mark a special occasion, Pierre's is an execellent choice.
Kept waiting for more than half an hour ear damaging music at bar where it took 15 minutes to order a drink.....tables packed on top of each other and no one in our party could hear each other. Food ok but when steak was under cooked could get no satisfaction in having it cooked more
Good as always, but the service was unusually poor. When there is caked on food on a fork in the place setting at brunch, I don't expect a response from the waiter to be "that's fine you're only going to use one fork anyway."
Too expensive - that is - not worth it. We had 4 appetizers, 3 entrees, and a beer for a bill of over $200. Plate composition of at least one entree was poor, altho the taste was OK. Appetizers were better than the entrees. Generally most disappointing! We will not go back in the foreseeable future.
Food was decent; not the best, but not bad. Probably a little overpriced. I don't mind paying top dollar, but I would expect top quality food for the price I'm paying. Venue was VERY LOUD. I could barely hear the person sitting directly across from me. They are always busy so they try to rush you out to turn tables over as quickly as possible. The only upside is that the manager was very friendly and stopped by ours and everyone's table to make sure everything was okay. Other options in the neighborhood such as Almond and World Pie are just as loud so you have to just deal with what options you're limited to (or else drive out to East Hampton or Southampton).
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