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This waterfront restaurant located onsite at the marina features indoor and outdoor dining, specialty cocktails, and fresh local cuisine. Relax and watch the boats come and go from the harbor while enjoying some of Portobello’s finest offerings. The menu here spans land and sea with delectable dishes like duck bruschetta, tuna tartare, local oysters and clams, saffron mussels, filet mignon, chicken milanese, and more. Be sure to save room for Portobello’s exquisite desserts–you won’t regret it.
This meticulously preserved former whaling village strikes the perfect balance between old world charm and the convenience of modern amenities. Home to an eclectic mixture of shops, eateries, and historic landmarks, there is no shortage of things to do and see here. And with over 20 restaurants and bars, the nightlife scene is impressive and well-worth exploring on a fun evening out. Beaches, parks, art galleries, museums, and other attractions are all part of the lay of the land here, providing plenty of opportunities for relaxation and recreation for your whole crew.
A welcome respite from the hustle and bustle of city life, Shelter Island’s rural character and gentle pace is an ideal spot for a mini-getaway. Nearly a third of the 8,000 acre island is owned by the Nature Conservancy, providing ample opportunities for recreation in a gorgeous natural setting. Biking, kayaking, golfing, tennis, and charter tours are also popular activities here. With plenty of high quality eateries, eclectic shops, and historic places of interest, a visit to Shelter Island is the perfect activity for both families and couples to enjoy.
Representing a community of 57+ wine producers in North Fork, South Fork, and western Suffolk County, Long Island Wine Country is recognized as a rising star in the world of winemaking. Explore a variety of grapes, winemaking techniques, and tasting room experiences in the area through regularly hosted events–from educational demonstrations to dinners, holiday tours, and more. Be sure to check out the latest happenings before planning your visit.
Nestled in the heart of wine country on the North Fork of Long Island, and just minutes from downtown Greenport, this 18-hole course is perfect for those wanting to spend a leisurely day on the links. Boasting gorgeous views of the Long Island Sound and the Connecticut coastline, a round or two played here provides ample opportunity to take in the surrounding natural beauty. Enjoyable for both the novice and skilled player alike, a day spent at Islands End is always a memorable one. Tee times may be reserved online.
This historic seaport situated on Long Island’s North Fork is full of things to do and see. Guests here enjoy visiting the village’s many museums, historic landmarks, art galleries, shops, pubs, restaurants, beaches, and parks for a day of fun and recreation. Waterside accommodations are available for those who wish to spend a day or two exploring Greenport and the surrounding areas.