They asked, we listened. Due to overwhelming demand, Le Bilboquet’s Sag Harbor location will remain open through the rest of 2021 and into the following year. “The pandemic shifted how and where we live and work. More of our loyal guests are now staying out East, or spending more time in the Hamptons throughout the year,” says Dobi Trendafilova, Le Bilboquet Group’s Director of Operations. “Last year we stayed open and it was a big success.” 
Starting this fall, Sag Harbor will offer a rotating selection of family meals, including cassoulet, coq au vin, lobster ravioli, beef bourguignon, rack of lamb and more. “The menu pivots from refreshing salads to heartier fare,” says Trendafilova. “The restaurant transforms from a packed summer hotspot to a cozy winter location with an intimate feeling. The fireplace is on, the locals sit and watch storms brew in the bay and there is a general feeling of warmth and belonging.”
Le Bilboquet Group has been bringing together a diverse and interesting clientele from all over the world since 1986. Combining effortless chic with carefree, fanciful fun, it’s personally helmed owner and original creator, Philippe Delgrange. With its main restaurant in Manhattan, Le Bilboquet has thoughtfully expanded to other locations like Denver, Palm Beach, Sag Harbor, and Atlanta. Each restaurant boasts its own unique character, design, artwork, and dinner specials. Patrons of Le Bilboquet span generations, cultures, and time zones. What unites them? Delgrange’s winning recipe: “The quest for a good meal and a good time.”
Hours: Sunday – Thursday: 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM Lunch 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM Dinner
Friday – Saturday 12:00 PM – 3:30 PM Lunch 6:00 PM – 11:00 PM Dinner
Address: 1 Long Wharf, Sag Harbor NY 11963
For Reservations: https://lebilboquetsag.com/