Brunch Plans: Beaumarchais East Hampton
May 31, 2012 | East End Eats
Brasserie Beaumarchais East Hampton
Weekend warriors summering in the Hamptons will be happy to hear that Meatpacking District standard Brasserie Beaumarchais now has an East End sibling. Beaumarchais East Hampton “à la plage” has opened its doors in the space that formerly housed Philippe, just down the road from Nick & Toni’s.
Reservations always required, Beaumarchais is open for dinner on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday nights. (Thursday to Monday dinner service begins July 4) Expect the usual from its popular, Champagne-soaked Beau Brunches on Saturday and Sunday: DJs spinning St. Tropez beats, jeroboams being passed around like bread baskets, and everything else a day clubbing Hamptonite a could wish for.
Tuna tartare with avocado and homemade plaintain chips
The newly renovated space features both indoor and outdoor dining, with bistro chairs on the patio and orange leather banquettes in the dining room. The menu is stacked with signature dishes like the tuna tartare with avocado and homemade plantain chips, the truffled roasted chicken with baby carrots and haricots verts, as well as new creations like the local fluke ceviche with wasabi peas and candied ginger and the Provençale-style panzanella salad with marinated bread and tomatoes, sweet piquillo peppers, sun-dried tomatoes, black olives, cucumbers, blue cheese, and garlic croutons. 44 Three Mile Harbor Road, East Hampton, 212-675-2400