The renowned Demarchelier, a French bistro located in New York City
's Upper East Side, has relocated to Greenport's Menhaden Hotel at 207 Front Street, bringing a piece of France to the North Fork. Benjamin and Emily Demarchelier continue the family legacy, moving the Upper East Side staple to a new, lively location.
Upon sitting down, the warm, comfortable, homey environment with French accents instantaneously transports customers to France. The natural, grass-fed, organic produce from local farms makes for high quality French dishes that are flavorful, fresh, and refined.
"Greenport is one of the most happening places out east and we wanted to join in the fun. We are from Shelter Island and have so many fans of the restaurant on both sides of the ferry," the Demarcheliers said. "The farms and vineyards here are also so tasty we are lucky to be getting such good products from them."
The new Greenport location is a casual take on the original Upper East Side restaurant with the same French-inspired food options. The menu consists of its fan-favorites like the steak tartare appetizer, the duck a l'orange, and moules mariniere, as well as a large selection of French wines to pair with the authentic French meals.
Established in 1978 in New York, the family owned and run restaurant is dedicated to its humble roots, promising delicious, classic French food. This cozy, welcoming restaurant will no doubt soon be a go-to in town just like it was on the Upper East Side. Designed to draw in community members who are looking for a romantic dinner, a quick bite, or a fun night with the family, farm-to-table has never tasted so good.
For more information, visit www.demarchelierrestaurant.com.