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Tarte tatin, a French upside-down apple tart made (Credit: Heather Walsh)

Tarte tatin, a French upside-down apple tart made with caramelized apples in butter and sugar, at Le Soir Restaurant in Bayport. (March 23, 2013)

Le Soir

Le Soir, the French restaurant in Bayport that was devastated during the summer of 2012 reopened in 2013 with a new look. Le Soir has been lightened and brightened, more spring-summer than autumn-winter, including the little vase with roses on each table.

Le Soir Restaurant in Bayport . (March 23,
(Credit: Heather Walsh)

Le Soir Restaurant in Bayport . (March 23, 2013)

White orchids decorate the bar of the Le
(Credit: Heather Walsh)

White orchids decorate the bar of the Le Soir Restaurant in Bayport. (March 23, 2013)

The new Le Soir in Bayport has a
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(Credit: Heather Walsh)

The new Le Soir in Bayport has a brighter look. (March 23, 2013)

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The new Le Soir in Bayport has a
(Credit: Heather Walsh)

The new Le Soir in Bayport has a brighter look. (March 23, 2013)

The classic French dish duck a l'orange is
(Credit: Heather Walsh)

The classic French dish duck a l'orange is served at Le Soir in Bayport.

Cassoulet Toulousain is served at the Le Soir
(Credit: Heather Walsh)

Cassoulet Toulousain is served at the Le Soir Restaurant in Bayport. (March 23, 2013)

Tarte tatin, a French upside-down apple tart made
(Credit: Heather Walsh)

Tarte tatin, a French upside-down apple tart made with caramelized apples in butter and sugar, at Le Soir Restaurant in Bayport. (March 23, 2013)

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