Mirabelle Tavern in Stony Brook: New menu

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A family sits down for dinner at the

A family sits down for dinner at the Mirabelle Tavern in Stony Brook. (March 29, 2009) Photo Credit: Joel Cairo

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Mirabelle Tavern, the casual offspring of Guy Reuge's four-star restaurant, has updated its menu at the Three Village Inn.

Exit garlic sausage.

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At lunch, there's a $27 fixed-price meal, which includes a green salad, soup of the day or daily appetizer special, followed by either a meat, fish or vegetarian plat du jour, and dessert. The a la carte lunch menu includes steak tartare, pappardelle alla Bolognese, steak au poivre with fries, mussels and fries, and the Tavern burger.

The a la carte dinner menu offers snacks such as pulled-duck sliders and sweet-and-sour popcorn shrimp; cheese and charcuterie plates; a daily preparation of foie gras; first-course braised pork belly, Kobe beef sliders, grilled octopus and either a croque monsieur or madame; and second-course steak au poivre with fries; caramelized sea scallops; lamb chops; seared branzino filet; and the burger. Price range: $4-$8 for snacks; $7.50-$12 first courses; and $14-$27, second courses.

Mirabelle Tavern, 150 Main St., Stony Brook; 631-751-0555.

Dining at Mirabelle Tavern.

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