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Dining Guide: Comtesse Therese Bistro

BARBARAELLEN KOCH PHOTO | Owner Theresa Dilworth (from left), manager and sommelier Dianne Delaney, executive chef Arie Pavlou and sous chef Lijo Chacko in the 'Cloud' dining room.

Owners: Theresa Dilworth and Sammy Shimura
Year established: 2010
Location: 739 Main Road, Aquebogue
Phone: 631-779-2800
Attire: Smart casual
Wheelchair accessible: Yes
Hours: Lunch served Thursday through Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.; dinner Wednesday through Sunday beginning at 6 p.m.

Comtesse Therese Bistro is the first Long Island winery and restaurant situated in a single location. Owned by Comtesse Therese, which has 20 acres of vineyard planted on Union Avenue in Aquebogue, the restaurant features dishes by Chef Arie Pavlou and wines from their vineyard.
The bistro is in what was once a church rectory, an 1830s building that has been renovated and furnished with antiques. It features a roof deck and is surrounded by manicured lawns, herb gardens and a miniature vineyard.
Diners can enjoy fresh duck, fish, herbs and vegetables, all raised, caught or grown locally, along with Comtesse Therese wines.

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