Welcome Spring with our Easter Brunch

This Easter, hop over to Bistro 72 for one of the best brunches on Long Island.  

Here, the whole family can celebrate spring with fresh, local classics of their choosing. From traditional breakfast to savory lunch dishes, our à la carte menu has something to satisfy everyone.

Our Easter Brunch menu includes specialities like delicious Avocado Toast topped with a fried egg, buttery Eggs Benedict, and Melon and Burrata Salad. If you prefer something heartier, try our Alderwood Smoked Atlantic Salmon, Bistro Burger or Lamb Rack. And you’re always welcome to add a festive spin to your meal with some of our local favorite beverages, including our Sparkling Point Mimosa, LIV Vodka Bloody Mary or Peach Bellini.

If you’re bringing the kids, we have just the thing to get them to put down those jelly beans and chocolate eggs—our tasty selection of pancakes, waffles, and eggs.

See the full menu here.

Reserve your place at our table by calling us at (631) 369-3325.


Find the Craic at Bistro 72 this St. Paddy’s Day

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on New York’s own Emerald Isle, Long Island! At Bistro 72, enjoy a festive bash featuring dinner specials and Irish-themed tunes from Dinny Keg.

Originally from Ireland, Dinny Keg brings a touch of Irish charm to crowd favorites. Dinny and his band cover songs from U2, Coldplay, The Rolling Stones and Train, as well as some selections that will have you out of your seat and doing the jig.

You’ll get no blarney — and no green beer — at Bistro 72. Instead, Chef Deb Scherer will prepare a tasteful spin on the Irish-American classic, Corned Beef and Cabbage with potatoes, available for $23. Wash it down with $5 Long Ireland’s Balor IPA and Celtic Ale draughts. This special is sure to have you toasting with your friends and family. Sláinte!  

Call Bistro 72 to make a reservation at 631.369.3325.

Live at the Bistro: Cassandra House and April Rain

Before you spring ahead this weekend, head to Bistro 72 for live music that’s sure to have you dreaming of summer nights on the patio. We’re hosting two wonderful local acts, Cassandra House and April Rain.

Cassandra House | Friday, March 9 from 5-9pm

Cassandra House is a local singer/songwriter whose original music has been compared to Patty Griffin, Kathleen Edwards & Neko Case, and described as soulful, earnest and raw. She has shared the stage with such talents as Amy Helm and the Handsome Strangers, Shannon McNally, Jen Chapin & Todd Scheaffer of Railroad Earth. Come enjoy a glass of local wine while her dulcet tones transcend you out of the everyday.

April Rain | Saturday, March 10 from 7-10pm

April Rain is a musical duo based out of Long Island, NY. With an eclectic song list designed to entertain all ages, this group flows seamlessly from relaxing to rocking all night long. Mark your calendars and come enjoy great music and great company.

To reserve a table at Bistro 72 this weekend, call us at 631.369.3325.

Live at the Bistro: Michael Duca and Dave March

In Long Island, you don’t have to go far to hear incredible local music. This weekend at Bistro 72, grab a glass of local beer or wine, relax, and enjoy the sounds of Michael Duca and Dave March.

Friday, March 2: Michael Duca

Armed with an acoustic guitar and a wide array of everyone’s favorite tunes, Michael Duca’s crowd-pleasing covers and original songs will start your weekend in Riverhead on the right note. His acoustic adaptations of covers include everything from Elvis, The Beatles, Eric Clapton, Billy Joel, The Rolling Stones and Pink Floyd, plus others from top artists of the 80’s, 90’s, and today, like Sublime, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Pearl Jam, The Black Eyed Peas, Usher, Mumford & Sons, Adele, One Direction, Jack Johnson and even Eminem and Rihanna. One of the most popular musical acts on Long Island’s music scene, Duca is always taking crowd requests to expand his repertoire — meaning you’ll always be left surprised and entertained!

Saturday, March 3: Dave March

Let Dave March’s raspy tones set the mood for a fun-filled Saturday night. March is a local singer/songwriter, bass player and a founding member of the locally and critically-acclaimed rock ensemble Miles to Dayton. March cites Ryan Adams, Johnny Cash, Ray Lamontagne and John Lennon as his influences and has shared the stage with artists such as Jen Chapin, Tom Paxton, Richie Havens and Levon Helm’s Dirt Farmer band.

To reserve a table at Bistro 72 this weekend, call us at 631.369.3325.