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.
Legends 835 1st St, New Suffolk, NY11956 This restaurant and sports bar is located within walking distance of the beach on Peconic Bay. Seating is available in…More the bar area, or in a formal dining room at the opposite end of the building. Popular with both locals and tourists, Legends is known for its new-American cuisine, and its fun, casual sports bar. Choose from more than 200 beers from 34 countries while you watch the game on several televisions.
Fours Doors Down has been an icon in the Mattituck community since the 1930s. Originally known…More as The Apple Tree, it was a hot spot hosting such performers as the "Kingsmen", singing their smash sensation, "Louie Louie". Current owners, Bob and Barbara Chiapett, opened Fours Doors Down, in lieu of closing Mattituck Lanes in 2003, allowing them to remain a part of the Northfork culture.</p>
<p>Four Doors Down has handsomely decorated dining rooms, a nice size party room, and an active sports bar. Its menu offers lobster specials, bar food, great burgers, prize-winning chili and more.</p>
Jack's Marine and True Value 188 North Ferry Road, Shelter Island Heights, NY11965 Since the 1940s, Jack's Marine and True Value has been described as a toy store for all ages. The shop, located on the…More water across from the Dory bar in downtown Shelter Island Heights, is stocked wall-to-wall with fishing equipment, rafts and toys for the pool or beach and everyday hardware supplies.
Shelter Island Yoga & Fitness 13 Winthrop Rd, Shelter Island, NY11964 Dering Harbor Inn owner Moussa Drame, a well-known tennis instructor on Shelter Island, recently turned part of the…More hotel's main floor into a yoga and fitness studio offering classes such as yoga, pilates, dance aerobics and Tai Chi. Classes are open to the public and a personal trainer and massage therapist are available. Health enthusiasts can also enjoy a juice bar and vegetarian snacks in a spacious room overlooking the beautiful waters of Dering Harbor.
Standing majestically atop a steep hill on Sunnyside Avenue, the Shelter Island Country Club (often referred to as…More Goat Hill) opened for business in 1901. Its public nine-hole golf course was established a few years before that in 1897.</p>
<p>The historic club house has a laid-back atmosphere complete with a full bar inside and porches overlooking the course on both the east and north sides.</p>