Mattituck Inlet Marina & Shipyard 5780 W Mill Rd, Mattituck, NY11952 Mattituck Inlet Marina and Shipyard is a full-service marina located at the end of West Mill Road, just past the…More Old Mill Restaurant. Its services include engine repair, engine re-powers, bow and stern thruster installations, fiberglass and gelcoat repair, vehicle storage and much more.
Bailie Beach Park 2205 Bailie Beach Road, Mattituck, NY11952 This quiet beach at the end of Bailie Beach Road features grand views of the Long Island Sound and Mattituck Inlet…More — views enhanced by fiery sunsets on warm summer evenings. Maintained by the Mattituck Park District staff, Bailie Beach Lodge is tucked away in the grassy dunes and is often used by Boy Scout and Girl Scout Troops. The lodge, which houses a large commercial kitchen, is also available to rent from the park district for private functions.
Breakwater Beach and Park 5155 Breakwater Rd, Mattituck, NY11952 Located on a sandy expanse of beach west of the Mattituck Inlet jetty — a heavily-used federal channel —…More Breakwater Beach on the Long Island Sound is frequented by fishermen, families and beach volleyball players during the summer. Endangered piping plovers are protected in a large roped-off section of the beach during their nesting season. Dramatic sunsets over the sound can be witnessed year-round at Breakwater Beach.
During its 200-year existence, the bright red wood building now known as the Old Mill Inn has transformed from a…More tidal gristmill to a gin mill frequented by bootleggers to a popular waterfront fine-dining establishment tucked away at the end of West Mill Rd. on the Mattituck Inlet.
The restaurant has changed hands several times since its days as a tavern in the early 1900s. In July 2006, author Bia Lowe, former television executive Barbara Pepe, former Time reporter Elaine Lafferty, and Fox News Channel personality Greta Van Susteren bought the Old Mill Inn with the intention of retaining the building's historical charm while offering inventive dishes made with as much local seafood and produce as possible. Since opening, the owners have also teamed with party-boat captain Bob Ceglowski to provide sunset dinner cruises on the Mattituck Inlet every Wednesday and Sunday night during the warmer months.
The lunch menu features oysters on the half shell, fish-and-chips, a classic burger, and unique salads such as "the Wedge": iceberg lettuce filled with grape tomatoes, fired shallots and bleu cheese with bacon optional. Along with rotating specials, main dinner courses include everything from pub-style staples, such as grilled New York strip, to various seafood delicacies.
Casual is the word for both indoor and outdoor seating areas at the Old Mill. The deck offers clear views of fishing boats, yachts and a variety of birds. With a fireplace roaring during the winter and live bands playing on the weekends, the restaurant's cozy pub is a popular place for locals and tourists to gather. The ghost of former owner Mrs. Richard Holmes is said to haunt the pub area, occasionally spooking patrons by throwing ice scoops and drink trays across the room.
This restaurant is seasonal — call 631-298-8080 for seasonal hours of operation.