Summer’s Premiere North Fork Restaurant Demarchelier Bistro Provides Le Classique French Cultural Experience




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Oysters, Demarchelier Bistro Exterior, Carrot Râp Salad (Photo Credit: Demarchelier Bistro) 

Family-Owned Establishment Showcases Authentic Menu Selections and New Summer Season Happy Hour 


This summer on the North Fork look no further than Demarchelier Bistro for the perfect escape. French-inspired tranquility and elegance can be found at the renowned Greenport restaurant. 


In the heart of the village, exquisite offerings of French cuisine are served up at the Family owned and operated establishment that showcases a menu of rich cultural expressions. 


Demarchelier Bistro highlights a casual environment balanced with artistic Parisian design. From marble top tables and an antique bar top, to the outdoor seating and colorful paintings by the owner’s father – famed artist Eric Demarchelier – on the wall, the atmosphere of Demarchelier makes it the perfect sojourn in the East End for a quick bite to eat, a romantic rendezvous or a nice meal with your family and friends.


Owner Emily Demarchelier takes great pride in the restaurant that every summer is a top choice for dining in the waterfront neighborhood. The authenticity of divine dishes mixed with friendly and above and beyond service keeps locals and tourists alike flocking to the restaurant. 


Demarchelier Bistro offers French café classics such as Steak Tartare, Duck Confit, Salad Nicoise Classic, Pomme Dauphine, and the Quiche of the Day. 


There is also a superb selection of fromages that highlight a Cheese Fondue or chef selections; as well as charcuteries with delights of Jambon de Bayonne, Chorizo, Garlic Sausage, Saussion, Pate de Campagne, Duck Rilette and Foie Gras. And to further create the sense of the ultimate foodie journey, Demarchelier Bistro captivates with a dessert menu of lovely sweets like the Chocolate Fondant or Crème Brulée. In addition, wine selections bring the country’s vineyards to the forefront. 


To add to the already splendid menu is now an offering of a happy hour with $8 glasses of rose wine, $8 pastis, as well as specials on tapas running from 4:00pm to 6:00pm daily. 


Additionally, the restaurant will host an art exhibit where Eric Demarchelier will be displaying his latest work. The exciting show is a tribute to his late brother and photographer, Patrick Demarchelier. Eric’s recent collection of paintings are based on Patrick’s photographs which will be displayed side by side. 


With all this and more, it is also projected that ferry service directly from Sag Harbor will be launching later this summer. The new line will provide an easy way to get to the hotspot dining destination from the South Fork. 


To visit Demarchelier Bistro is to take the best of both worlds and blend them together to create one incredible restaurant experience. 


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