House-smoked bluefish at Almond in Bridgehampton. (Credit: Gordon M. Grant)
Long Island usually has been as hospitable to French restaurants as the Russian winter was to Napoleon's army. But there are just enough eateries devoted to the cuisine, especially for the heartier fare of bistros. Here are three that go for liberty, equality and fraternity.
Almond relocated last year and immediately re-established itself as the Hamptons' top bistro-style...
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