Amour Wine Bistro
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Wine Region of the Month

To really enjoy the flavors

it's a No smoking restaurant
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Mimosa with Fresh squeezed Orange Juice

Oeufs – Eggs

Any Way you’d like  - 8

2 eggs any way with a side of Potatoes, Bacon or Sausage

Eggs Benedict  - 14

Canadian Bacon, 2 Fresh poached eggs on toasted croissant

with Freshly made Hollandaise side of Potatoes

Shiitake, Spinach with Comte Mix Cheese Omelette  - 10

Steak n egg  - 15

with 2 eggs any way with potatoes and smoked Duck Hash

La Quiche du Jour - Today’s Quiche

Quiche  - MP

Les Crèpes

Crèpe du jour  

buckwheat crepe filled with fresh ingredients and served with a salad

Buckwheat Savory Crèpe filled with Seafood, Asparagus Bechamel  - 12

side of Manakintown green salad

Nutella, Candied Salty Pistachio Crèpe with Fruit Sorbet   - 10

Sandwiches - Les Tartines side of Manakintown green salad

Croque Monsieur – 10

Grilled Toasted sandwich, Ham, Béchamel, Gratin of Comté Mix Cheese

Croque Madame  - 12

Croque Monsieur, Fried Egg on top

Croque Monsieur Norway  - 12

Smoked Salmon, Béchamel, Gratin of Comté Mix Cheese


Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Crème Brulée - 8

Fresh Sorbet -  8


Bacon - $ 5        Mixed Greens - $ 5 

Potatoes - $ 4                                  Toast - $ 3

Sausage Craft  Sage Sausage - $  5

We have fresh Gluten free options

Guests with food allergies should inform their server prior to ordering.

Consuming raw or undercooked meats, poultry, seafood, or eggs may increase your risk of food borne illness.

actual menu selections and price can change at any time


“A brunch entree that is as filling as it is elegant is Amour Wine Bistro’s savory crab crepe ($10). So generously sized that it all but covers the plate, it’s a rustic buckwheat flour crepe full of lump crab in béchamel sauce. Complement its savoriness with a glass of French sparkling cider for a traditional pairing. Finish with la tartine ($6) — a toasted baguette loaded with butter and seasonal jam — and it’s easy to forget you’re breaking bread on this side of the Atlantic.”