In November, just before Thanksgiving, the . But with Easter coming up, the former home of Porky's - an old Easter dinner hotspot - has us wondering what you'd like to see back in the big Sound Avenue restaurant space?
Real estate agent Larry Blessinger said the property just outside of Greenport Village, on Sound Avenue, is selling for $3.3 million, and "a lot of people are calling" to inquire about the property.
Its former incarnation as the Portly Grape, which lasted less than a year and a half, came after the Shady Lady and before that, Porky's. Blessinger said the property is just about four acres, and the interior hosts nine guest rooms and seats about 100, with another 80 under an outdoor cabana.
What do you think would be a good fit at the former Portly Grape, Shady Lady, and Porky's property? What was your favorite restaurant that has been in that location?