Aeros Cultured Oyster Company 10273 N Bayview Rd, Southold, NY11971 Aeros Cultured Oyster Company is a wholesale shellfish business. The company grows its products, which…More include oysters, mussels, clams and scallops, in Gardiner's Bay. Aeros primarily sells its products to Connecticut and Rhode Island retail establishments. It does not sell to the public.
Angel Tips Nail Salon 10095 Main Rd, Mattituck, NY11952 The Angel Tips Nail Salon in the Mattituck Shopping Plaza is one of several Angel Tips franchise locations in New York,…More New Jersey and Connecticut. This salon offers manicures, pedicures and relaxing skin treatments for the hands and feet. They also offer massage. Give them a call for rates and more information.
Depending on which way you're traveling, Orient Service Center is either the last gas station on the way to Cross…More Sound Ferry's Connecticut service ,or the first gas station on Long Island. Either way, this service center has been operating for well over 30 years at its present location. Locals and tourists alike depend on the service center for emergency vehicle service and routine maintenance.
Long Island Spirits 2180 Sound Ave, Calverton, NY11933 Long Island Spirits makes LiV (rhymes with five) vodka — the only vodka made on Long Island from potatoes grown on…More Long Island, processed in the only craft distillery on Long Island. The vodka is also one of the few in the country made Polish-style — exclusively from potatoes. The distillery, run out of a recently refurbished turn-of-the-century barn, is located in Baiting Hollow at the beginning of the North Fork's famed Wine Country. It takes about 15 pounds of potatoes to make one bottle of LiV, a creamy, distinctive vodka that can now be found throughout New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Washington, D.C., Massachusetts and Illinois.
Island's End Golf Course and Country Club 5025 Route 25, Greenport, NY11944 Island's End Golf Course and Country Club on Route 25 in Greenport is the easternmost golf course on the North Fork. Its…More 6,700 yards is well-maintained and well-played throughout the year. Golfers of all stripes gear up for their best game when they hit Island's End famous and top-rated 16th hole: a challenging and beautiful 185-yard par 3 located on a bluff overlooking the Long Island Sound with clear views of Connecticut. The country club is private but the course hosts mostly public players. The course features a driving ranges, a pro shop, a lounge and a restaurant with catering facilities.