When Mirabelle, long known as the top-rated restaurant on Long Island, was getting ready to close its doors at the end of 2008, the French restaurant had its best December ever. “Everyone wanted to come to the old Mirabelle one last time,” chef-owner Guy Reuge says of his longtime customers.Reuge says he decided to relocate from the original location prior to the recession.By moving, “I was able to make the price point a little lower than before,” Reuge says. “My prices ...
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