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La Mirabelle Bids Adieu to the Upper West Side After 37 Years

Plus, 886 is hosting a seven-course, weed-infused tasting menu this week — and more intel

A screenshot of a Google Maps rendering of a brown New York City storefront whose sign reads “La Mirabelle” in cursive font via Google Maps

French bistro La Mirabelle has closed

Decades-old French bistro La Mirabelle has closed its doors after 37 years on the Upper West Side. The restaurant has been closed since July 2020, when its owners announced they would be temporarily closing “due to the economic effects of the pandemic and the CDC guidelines.” I Love the Upper West Side first reported news of the closure.

Annick and Emmanuel LeDouaron opened the French bistro at 333 West 86th Street in 1984. The restaurant relocated to its most recent home a few blocks away on 102 West 86th Street after losing its lease in 1998, where daughter Nathalie LeDouaron Cadou and husband Loic Cadou have run the restaurant since 2015.

La Mirabelle’s latest adieu is really more of an à bientôt. In a post to Facebook this week, the couple shared that they are currently looking for a new location for La Mirabelle and hope to reopen “in the near future.” Eater has reached out to the restaurant for more information.

In other news

— From July through mid-August, the Rockefeller Center is hosting a series of dinners out of its seventh-floor loft and terrace. The lineup includes appearances from Atomix, Olmsted, and Pebble Bar, a pop-up from the team behind Black Seed Bagels and Celestine.

— East Village Taiwanese restaurant 886 is teaming up with Weedfeed on an “infused” seven-course, prix fixe dinner on June 26. Tickets to the one-night dinner cost $135 per person and are available for seatings at 6 and 9 p.m.

— Hospitality group El Grupo SN is planning to open a massive, tri-level event space in the former location of Alewife. The group’s plans call for a beer hall, restaurant, arcade, and entertainment venue, according to neighborhood blog LIC Talk.

— The team behind the Stickett Inn, a cider brand and cottage in upstate New York, has opened an under-the-radar bar in the East Village with Gay Beer and weekly Dyke Nights on Tuesdays.

— The Queens Night Market returned this week after more than a year away from Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, and Gothamist has a first look at this year’s vendor lineup.

— Head to Hunky Dory in Crown Heights this evening for a Cuban dinner and dance party with fried fish, sweet corn fritters, and music from live DJs.

— Pete Wells’s latest review for the New York Times takes him to a Queens halal cart slinging french fries and kebabs.

— Eater readers, do your thing:

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