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Pierre's Restaurant Review: Your host extraordinaire is Pierre Weber, a fifth generation baker from Alsace. Surrounded by a symphony of whites and yellows, he welcomes you for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or just a glass of golden Riesling with a raspberry tart. The décor says St. Tropez meets South Beach, but the food blends French terroir with a Hamptons waistline. After your jog on Ocean Road, it’s time for authentic café au lait and some of the best brioche on the East End. How about a delicate thin-crust Alsatian onion tart or a traditional French onion soup before your afternoon antique hunt? Bouillabaisse is a must at dinner --- a broth perfumed with pastis and saffron cradling the freshest mussels, clams, scallops and cod laced with traditional garlicky rouille. Specials throughout the week include a Maine lobster fricassée, flambéed with Cognac, on Tuesdays. The crunchy pommes frites go with everything, but make sure to save room for dessert. Weber launched a true pâtisserie within the restaurant featuring items crafted from family recipes, from a luscious strawberry napoleon to flourless chocolate cake.