We used to love Pierre’s and we’d go most Sundays for brunch, but it’s not as good as it used to be. It’s also overpriced and feels fussy rather than elegant. I
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Pierre’s is a delightful French affair, always fun, always good. The flambé is unparalleled, tuna excellent, great wine list and desserts.
60th birthday/girls trip to Southampton but we celebrated the birthday at a favorite - Pierre's in Bridgehampton. It was a beautiful day in a charming restaurant with an attentive wait staff. The onion tart starter was incredible. I wanted to take a few to go!...More
I recently treated my sister and niece to dinner at Pierre's for my birthday. I believe Pierre's is the best restaurant on the east end of Long Island, and this last experience only served to reinforced that believe. For the last decade this has been...More
Had dinner there with 5 people. The most expensive roast chicken I have had anywhere in the world. At that price $38.00, one would expect it to be fabulous. It was dry, mealy, practically inedible. I was guest so chose to say nothing. Be smart,...More
Please avoid this overpriced, horrible restaurant. My friend and I ordered the cold lobster bisque and gazpacho soup which we both sent back. In place of the soup my friend ordered the caesar salad which was another big mistake. As a main course, she ordered...More
Svetlana was out server and she was totally outstanding in every way. We were 6 people including 5 adults and my granddaughter of 15 months. They made her visit wonderful although no baby highchairs. Coloring books and space to walk around and since it was...More