All-New Happy Hour 4pm – 7pm

We’re pleased to announce we’re kicking off a new tradition this month, a weekly happy hour! Every Friday from 4pm – 7pm, we’ll offer drinks at a discount and delicious appetizers. You’ll also be able to enjoy live music by local musicians from 5pm – 9pm.

The happy hour features our newest cocktail creation–Bistro Bowl Cocktails. We mix up these amazing drinks in large glass bowls, so you can share it with friends, if you’d like. The pièce de résistance of these cocktails is dry ice, which we put in every cocktail, so each exudes a sultry and mysterious “smoke.”

This week’s live musician is Melanie Morin, a singer/songwriter from Long Island, NY. She performs a wide range of music from classic tunes to 90s jams, all with her own twist. She also encourages her fans and listeners to sing along and groove to her tunes! Check out the full schedule of upcoming musicians online here: and see the full cocktail and food menu below.

Make a reservation and join in on the fun by calling (631) 369-3325. However, drop-ins are always welcome. We look forward to serving you!



With a twist or Olives

Absolut Vodka, Apple liqueur

Absolut Vodka, Olive Juice, Hot Sauce
(Add Blue Cheese Olives $2)

Pama Liqueur, Limoncello, Prosecco, Sugar Rim


Malibu Rum, Blue Curaçao, Pineapple, Sprite

Silver Rum, Midori, Captain Morgan, Malibu Rum, Blue

Curaçao, Sour, Pineapple

Local Featured Draught Beer from Breweries like Blue Point, Greenport, Bellport and Montauk Brewery

Malbec, Pinot Grigio, Cabernet, Chardonnay


One 12” Jumbo Soft Pretzels
Beer Cheese & Ale Mustard Dipping Sauce

House Made Guacamole with Warm
Tortilla Chips


Celery & Blue Cheese

Mozzarella Cheese & House Marinara

Fried & Sautéed Angus Beef Tips tossed in BBQ
sauce Over Garlic Bread Crostini &
Melted Mozzarella Cheese

Tempura Battered Chicken, Sweet Chili Sauce,
Black Sesame Seeds, Wasabi Cream Sauce

Trio Slider with Arugula & Blue Cheese Aioli

Guacamole, Soft Flour Tortilla, Organic Mesclun, Lime Crema

Spicy or Regular Marinara

White Wine Sauce or Regular Marinara


Bistro 72’s New Spring Menu Has Arrived

Dig in! We’ve rolled out a new, seasonal menu this week.

If you enjoyed our limited run of Ramen Noodle Soup during Winterfest, this meal has returned for our Spring menu. The chewy, yet tender noodles float gently in a vegetable broth with miso-scented lemongrass, mushrooms sourced locally from the East End Mushroom Company, and baby spinach. Our other new appetizer is a Roasted Baby Carrot and Ginger Soup.

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Our seasonal entrees now include: Atlantic Sea Scallops, pan-seared scallops, herb fingerling potatoes with local vegetables in a beurre blanc sauce; Blackened Salmon, a pan-seared cajun salmon, coconut and cilantro risotto served with local vegetables in a beurre blanc sauce; Long Island Duck Breast served with wild mushroom risotto and local vegetables in a raspberry demi-glace and; Fish & Chips, deep fried battered cod with hand-cut potato wedges and tartar sauce.

Jim Lennon Photographer 175-H2 Commerce Drive Hauppauge NY 631-617-5872

Our Mesquite BBQ French Cut Chicken and Lamb Rack, which both debuted during LI Winterfest, have returned to the menu. A french cut chicken is a chicken breast with the wing joint attached. Ours comes dressed in Mesquite BBQ sauce and served with whipped sweet potato and grilled corn. The Lamb Rack comes with a side of buttery whipped potatoes and crisp asparagus.

Vegans and vegetarians, there’s something for you as well. Try our Vegetable Ravioli. It’s stuffed with asparagus and mushrooms. The chef sources the ravioli from Lisa Marie’s Pasta in Centerport. To top it all off, the chef adds a drizzle of yellow tomato marinara sauce. Creamy, filling, and ultimately very tasty, this vegan dish will turn even the most dedicated carnivore into a veggie-lover and keep the veggie-lovers asking for more.

In addition to these tasty options, we’re offering a variety of USDA prime steaks & chops, grilled to your liking and finished with compound butter. Order an 8oz Petite Center Cut Filet Mignon, 14oz Prime NY Strip Steak, or 16oz Double-Cut Pork Chop with any of our a la carte accompaniments such as mashed potatoes, creamed spinach, or sauteed mushrooms.

All in all, there’s something for everyone at Bistro 72. Make a reservation today by calling (631) 369-3325 and let us know how you like the menu by tweeting us @Bistro72 or leaving us a review on Facebook at

What Mom Really Wants this Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and Bistro 72 is here to make this special day easier and enjoyable for all! We’ve crafted a beautiful, balanced 3-course prix fixe dinner menu in honor of moms for just $50++/per person.

The menu comes with a complimentary glass of wine, a beer or cocktail. You can try local favorites such as our Sag Harbor Express cocktail (pictured below) a combination of Sag Harbor Dark Rum, Bacardi, orange juice, pineapple juice, and orgeat syrup–a syrup made from almonds, sugar, and rose water or orange flower water. We also have a wide selection of local wines and craft beers.

Sag Harbor Express

For the main course, seafood-lovers can enjoy our Pan-Seared Scallops with cauliflower puree, roasted corn, baby carrots, bacon, and fingerling potatoes or our Blackened Mahi Mahi with sweet potato mashed, seasonal vegetables, and beurre blanc. Vegetarians can enjoy our savory, filling Vegetable Ravioli made with local ingredients. For an extra eight dollars, meat-lovers can enjoy a Boneless Short Rib served with mashed potatoes, asparagus and a demi glaze or our Petite Filet, an 8 oz center cut of prime tenderloin served with smoked cheddar polenta and seasonal vegetable in a red wine sauce. See the full menu here.Jim Lennon Photographer175-H2 Commerce Drive Hauppauge NY631-617-5872

No meal is complete without dessert–and we have 3 options for you. For a little local flavor, try our Peach Cobbler made with peaches soaked in LIV Vodka, a distillery on the East End. We also have a delicious Lemon Meringue Tart or go back to the basics and have a bowl of Berries & Cream (pictured below).

Jim Lennon Photographer 175-H2 Commerce Drive Hauppauge NY 631-617-5872

We hope to see you at our tables on May 14th! For reservations, call (631) 369-3325.

Two Great Ways to Celebrate Cinco De Mayo

There’s no better way to spend Cinco De Mayo then at our tables! In honor of the holiday, we’ve partnered with Hotel Indigo to co-host a Cinco De Mayo Murder Mystery Dinner and Show on May 5th, 2017 at 7pm in Hotel Indigo’s ballroom! For $55++ per person, you’ll get a 3-course dinner by Bistro 72 and an interactive murder mystery show by The Killing Kompany. The fun continues after the show in Bistro 72 with live music by local musician Michael Duca until 11pm. You can purchase tickets here and stay updated on the event by joining us on Facebook here.

If a Murder Mystery show isn’t your style, you can still enjoy a Cinco-De-Mayo-inspired meal made with local ingredients á la carte in the restaurant. See the menu here.  

Both menus offer fantastic entree options. You’ll be able to feast on a French Breast Chicken drizzled in mole sauce and served with a side of rice and beans. Mole sauce is a dark red or brown sauce that’s usually made from a mixture of fruit, chili peppers, a nut, and sometimes even chocolate. Both menus also feature a Seafood Paella, a traditional dish from the Valencia region of Spain, which we’ve made with mussels, shrimp, calamari, and chorizo mixed with rice. For the murder mystery prix fixe, we’re offering a New York Strip Steak with chimichurri sauce, rice, and beans. Chimichurri sauce is usually made of finely-chopped parsley, minced garlic, oil, oregano, and white vinegar. Originating from Argentina, it’s a bright, flavorful sauce that perfectly complements our NY Strip Steak. The á la carte menu features, instead, a Grilled Garlic & Herb Pork Chop with cilantro lime risotto & pico de gallo.

For dessert, both menus boast a Tres Leches Cake with vanilla cream frosting and maraschino cherries. Tres Leches Cake is a cake that’s baked and then soaked in three different kinds of milk: evaporated milk, condensed milk, and heavy cream. The dessert is very popular across Latin America.                    

We’d love to see you on Cinco De Mayo! If you’d like to make a weekend of the fun, call Hotel Indigo at 631-369-2200 ext.0 for special room rates and packages.