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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
We’ve been here twice, and the food here is simply outstanding. We ordered a lot of food, from appetizers through desserts, and everything was delicious. My better half said the oysters were off the hook, as were the beef tartare and Alsacian tart. We both ordered beef dishes for our main course, as we were drinking an old Bordeaux, and they were cooked to perfection. Highly recommend!
We live within walking distance and love Pierre's. But we were leery about trying it on the Friday night of a holiday weekend. What we encountered was expertly well-controlled chaos. The crush of people was at times overwhelming but the kitchen, and our superb waiter, never missed a beat in our estimation. Thank you Pierre for allowing us to enjoy what could have been (under less seasoned direction) just another crazed Hamptons evening!
Very good food but very cramped and the "bus girls" circle the tables like buzzards. Twice plates were taken away while we were still eating. I understand a restaurant's desire to have multiple seatings each night, but the bus girls looming presence was totally unnecessary.
Also, they had a bizarre fashion show during Saturday night dinner. The restaurant was already quite cramped and the addition of models parading around in outfits no one in the restaurant should have been wearing made the restaurant seem even smaller.
Always love the food. Sea bass with leeks was a favorite this time.
Just disappointing that the waiter was so rude to us. At a certain point, he stopped even coming to our table. Did not care to make sure we had our drinks nor ask us how our food was.
Just don't understand it. Mentioned to the front desk but they had nothing to say. Why doesn't management care about friendly service. It is a mystery to me.
Very good food, but the noise level on a Saturday evening in August is roaring. Not a good place to have dinner with people you would actually like to talk to, at least on a weekend.
Also, was on the receiving end of a bit of attitude on arrival for being 5 min late. We were put into a temporary "penalty box" but were given a good table.
I love this restaurant and I love Pierre. I love it in January as much as I love it in August. Service was inconsistent this visit I have to admit. Our waiter was not friendly nor did he follow through on most of our requests which were simple like asking for a glass of wine or extra bread. Pierre himself jumped in at one point to offer assistance which was the only time our waiter jumped to help with anything. He never checked on us or how we were enjoying the meal. It was disappointing as we brought friends from LA who had heard so much about Pierres. We will always go back and love it but I would hope the service will be a little more on par with the expectations of Pierre and his faithful customers.
Outstanding food. Fun, friendly, pleasant restaurant. Fair prices (if that matters to anyone in the Hamptons). Only disappointment was the wine. Ordered a glass of their Bordeaux Grand Cru. It tasted like the bottle had been opened yesterday and left out at room temp for 24 hours. Ugh!
Our usual meal at Pierres was a bit of a disappointment. We asked for a side a grilled chicken and a kids pasta for the little ones and the grilled chicken was charred black in certain areas, tough & tasteless (obviously not fresh) and the pasta was plain & a little dry (zero sauce). The tuna tar tar was not to par either. The tuna seemed old too and smelled a little. For the prices and reputation, you'd expect a much better meal. Service was excellent.
Pierre is truly French (yellow deux-chevaux parked at the door) and so it his place. Classic French menu, plus some local-focus additions and something interesting done to everything put before you. Loud and happy, but well-behaved. Attentive service without attitude.
I found Pierre's an excellent restaurant in the Hamptons. Food is very authentic and fresh. It's a little bit busy, but this is true about all the Hamptons nowadays. Anything good is busy here. I would recommend this place as a "get together with friends" kinda place. They have great selection of wines and a lot of trendy appetizers. I would definitely recommend this restaurant if you are staying in Bridgehampton or near by.
We had heard the service is horrible but the food was good, so we thought we'd give it a try anyway. We sat for 15 minutes before our waitress came to our table. She apologized and said she didn't know anyone had been sat at the table. (We were sat in the front by the front and lounge entrance.) The couple next to us also experienced the same delay. No water. No drink order. No bread. No water refills once the food did arrive. No apologies. Never going back here again. Too many other choices in the area.
Overall, a great experience. Food was awsome with a lovely and efficient service. The owner Pierre is a charming and interesting fellow who will welcome you and give you the night kiss on your way out. Lovely. Pricing is high but hey you are in the Hamptons! We loved the evening and will definitely come back.
Nice, casual design with a French flair. Very good, extensive mostly seafood menu. Live music on some nights. I had gazpacho soup and a shrimp salad. Both very tasty and satisfying. My husband had a very nice salad and an excellent tuna for his entree. Good desserts too.
One of the worst dining experiences I had had in a long time. Our reservation was 8:15. It took until 8:45 to be seated. Zero apology for the delay. We sat at our table for 15 minutes until any waitstaff acknowledged us. Several items we ordered did not arrive. Again, no apology. Flagging down a waiter was impossible. Such a shame as the people watching is sensational and the food really was quite good.
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