Rhumb Line 34 Front St, Greenport, NY11944 The Rhumb Line re-opened after a brief life as a Greek restaurant in early July 2012. It's a comfortable restaurant and…More bar with a focus on upscale pub food and sports.
Greenport Harbor Brewing Company 234 Carpenter St, Greenport, NY11944 Greenport Harbor Brewing Company specializes in crafting its own draft beer. The staff is included in the brewing…More process, is fully informed about the entire operation, and loves to discuss it with anyone who is interested. The crowds are typically friendly and spirited, allowing for a wholesome and creative tasting. The pub has a gift shop.
Blue Canoe Oyster Bar 104 3rd St, Greenport, NY11944 This restaurant recently took over the space occupied by the Chowder Pot Pub. The new owners have created a casual…More dining experience, boasting views of the Shelter Island ferry and Peconic Bay on its outdoor deck.
The Broken Down Valise 180 Pike St, Mattituck, NY11952 The Broken Down Valise is a favorite pub with locals and for those on late-night excursions. The atmosphere is very…More casual. It is located just off of Love Lane in Mattituck, across from the Long Island Railroad station on Pike Street. The Valise has been temporarily closed due to a recent fire, but damage was minimal and management plans to re-open in the near future.
Sunset Beach 35 Shore Rd, Shelter Island Heights, NY11965 Often described as a tropical resort in your own backyard, Sunset Beach is a European-style waterfront hotel featuring a…More stylish, open-air restaurant and pub on Shelter Island where shirt and shoes are optional. The amenities in the hotel's 20 rooms include private sundecks, mini-bars and in-room massages. A beachside boutique and bike rentals are also available. An international, multi-lingual staff make sure visitors from around the world feel pampered and a part of paradise.
Front Street Station 212 Front St, Greenport, NY11944 Front Street Station was built around a former diner in Greenport, once a popular haunt for those traveling to and from…More the North Fork by train. Now the family restaurant serves everything from bar food to upscale seafood fare. The bar menu is available during regular bar hours and late nights. The old greasy spoon is now the pub area, lined with pictures of historic railroad engines and several flat screen TVs. A quiet dining room, which is also available for private parties, was added in recent years.
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.
Owner Eric Russell has created a warm and welcoming ambiance where locals and vistors alike revel in an English…More pub–type experience while savoring sumptous fare. Unpretentious and family-friendly, Founders Tavern offers an eclectic American menu featuring innovative selections created with top-notch ingredients. The restaurant is a homegrown Southold treasure with a menu that features local ingredients and sources when possible, and staff members who call the North Fork home. With weekly specials, a wide assortment of American Craft brews, a kids' menu, a mixed bar crowd encompassing all ages from 25-65 and beer tastings to come, there's something for everyone.
Olde Country Inn 11 Stearns Point Rd, Shelter Is Ht, NY11965 Back when it was first built in 1886, Olde Country Inn was a place for weary travelers to stay after their ferry and…More horse carriage rides. Fully renovated in the 1990s, the charming Victorian inn is a popular out-of-the-way spot on Shelter Island for those looking for a quiet get-away or a few romantic evenings. The beach and the Shelter Island Heights shopping district are within walking distance from here, and bike rentals are available. The Olde Country Inn has 11 bed-and-breakfast-style rooms and a cozy pub. Call for seasonal rates.
Bayview Inn Restaurant features fresh produce, fresh seafood and outstanding local wines. Its chef selects only…More the best from an abundance of local produce and seafood to "create taste sensations that keep our local friends and patrons coming back for more." Have a seat at the bar and enjoy the pub-style menu, or be seated in the dining room for a more formal meal. Casual outdoor dining is also available on the wraparound porch and outdoor deck. The restaurant is open year-round and takes reservations for holiday parties and special events.
The Bayview Inn's accommodations feature seven uniquely styled rooms with private baths. Its guest cottage, just steps from the inn, has two separate one-bedroom units. The south efficiency has an oversized jacuzzi. The north efficiency can be opened to combine with the south unit.