Many restaurants offer fresh local seafood – but you can also find other food on most menus
Greenport is noted for the freshest seafood, fresh local produce, excellent local wines, and for innovative presentations prepared by our local chefs. Unless otherwise noted, these restaurants are not open during the winter months.
ALure Chowder House & Oysteria
The creation of celebrated chef Tom Schaudel and restaurateur Adam Lovett, this casual waterfront restaurant is known for great views of Peconic Bay and the marina at Port of Egypt. The menu features the freshest of seafood from local waters and farm stand vegetables. Lobster, fish, fried local oysters, chowders, and a raw bar play a big part here, but you will also find burgers, steaks and chops. A Long Island wine selection and signature cocktails add to the mix and can be enjoyed on the outdoor deck and at Happy Hour from 4-7 pm. Dine in their large airy dining room or outside on the deck. Come by boat, or come by car. A Lure is a perfect seaside retreat. Open for lunch and dinner, check website for hours and live music schedule.
AMano Osteria And Wine Bar
A Mano uses local fresh ingredients from nearby farms and bays to create the tastes and traditions of the Tuscan countryside. This friendly, casual restaurant serves wood fired pizza, pastas, antipasto, local seafood, local cheese and more. The friendly rustic Italian menu is paired with wines from both Long Island and Italy. Serving Lunch Sat. and Sun. from 12 pm, and dinner seven days from 5 pm. Enjoy signature cocktails and a happy hour Mon.–Fri. from 4–7 pm.
Billy's By The Bay
his waterside restaurant features fresh, local seafood, a raw bar and landlubber fare all at very reasonable prices. Specializing in live lobsters from their lobster tank. The Tiki Bar has daily Happy-Hour two-for-one specials on drinks every Mon. to Fri. from 3–6 pm; along with appetizers and raw bar items. Billy’s offers great full-fare dinners, deep-fried “Billy Boats”, fresh fish sandwiches, salads, delicious appetizers and much more! Open seven days in the summer, for lunch and dinner (staying open late). Live music on Fridays, from 4–7 pm and Sundays, from 2 –5 pm. Come by land or by sea – free dockage available for meals!
The Blue Duck Bakery Cafe
This popular East End bakery also has shops in Southampton, Riverhead and Southold. Known best for their crusty, European-style artisan breads, the Blue Duck also features cakes, cookies, pies and pastries, all made from scratch and baked daily on the premises. Dessert Professional Magazine named Blue Duck one of the top ten artisan bread bakers in North America in 2015. The café serves soups, salads and sandwiches, along with coffee and espresso. Cakes for any occasion can be pre-ordered.
Deep Water Bar & Grille
47 Front Street
A friendly, cozy restaurant in the village where everyone can come and enjoy each other’s company. The menu features bistro food along with lots of fresh, local seafood. Sandwiches, burgers, salads are on a menu that also features jambalaya, a clam bistro pot, and more. You can sit downstairs, or upstairs on the deck with great views of Greenport Harbor. Open year-round, seven days a week, Monday–Friday until 9 pm, Saturday and Sunday until 10 pm. Breakfast served on weekends until 11 am.
Drossos Snack Bar
69125 Main Road (Route 25)
Kids and grownups alike will love Drossos, where you can eat—and play —outside. Fast food with a homemade touch includes burgers, fried chicken, seafood baskets and fries, and delicious ice cream cones, shakes, and sundaes. An 18-hole miniature golf range is on the premises. No credit cards. Located one mile west of the village of Greenport.
First and South
First and South, a modern country eatery focused on sourcing and highlighting local goods to create a unique menu of fresh, handcrafted American favorites; including fine burgers, artisanal sandwiches and taps with local craft beer, wine & cocktails. Best seats on summer evenings are on the charming patio among the lush pots of fresh herbs and flowers. Brunch is served on Sundays and Mondays. Happy hour from 4–6 pm. Call for hours or check online
Fork and Anchor
This sandwich shop and charming market is well-stocked with basic and gourmet provisions alike. A community hub, Fork & Anchor offers specialty sandwiches, prepared salads, pastries, sundries, snacks and craft beer. Opening early for breakfast and serving lunch, Fork & Anchor features their own blend of coffee, a summer CSA, picnic box lunches to go, catering, and party subs. Order ahead! The Fork & Anchor BLT is an all-time favorite
The Frisky Oyster
A destination eatery known for Chef Robby’s eclectic menu emphasizing local, fresh fare and a scratch kitchen. The Oysters “Friskafella” are a longtime favorite appetizer, and the warm pecan pie with salted caramel ice cream can’t be missed. This busy, upscale restaurant also offers a lively bar scene. Serving dinner nightly from 5–10 pm, Fridays and Saturdays until 11 pm. Open year-round; closed Monday and Tuesday off-season. Catering and take out available. Reservations suggested
The Market is a whole foods and organic eatery with delicious soups, sandwiches, healthy deli choices, fresh-baked breads and more, including special dietary items, such as low sodium and gluten-free. Meals, smoothies and juice bar beverages are also served. It carries a full line of organic produce, organic meats, bulk nuts, grains, fruits, vitamins, personal care, and spices. Eat in or take-out service is available. Delivery and catering are also offered. Open seven days. All major credit cards except AMEX.
Chef Noah Schwartz uses fresh, seasonal ingredients from the North Fork and East End of Long Island to create his signature dishes at this casual spot in the village. Dishes include a varied mix of small plates, and also full plates, with a wine list that leans heavily towards the local. The raw bar carries fresh oysters from the local farms, shucked to order, along with Little Neck Clams, and Noah’s Seafood Tower. Outdoor casual seating and indoor seating. Open for lunch and dinner, days vary according to season.
This family owned business smokes fresh fish caught from local waters right on premises, using an all-natural smoking process. The line includes smoked pates, like a delicious and creamy smoked blue fish pâté and a spicy Caribbean pâté. They also smoke scallops, mussels, and oysters, and smoked bluefish, swordfish, trout, and salmon filets and more. Catering available. Open 7 days, 10 am–6pm
Orient by the Sea
The North Fork’s only waterside dining spot with a spacious, sunny deck overlooking Gardiner’s Bay, this seafood restaurant is popular with boaters, who tie up to its 95-boatslip marina. The outside bar on the deck lets you relax and enjoy the view. Fresh, local seafood dominates a menu of creative American fare, complemented by a large selection of local wines. Open seven days in season for lunch and dinner. Just 8 miles east of Greenport, next to the ferry.
Pepi’s is right on the Peconic Bay, and the views are amazing. Offerings include seafood, chicken, veal, with a hint of Italian flavor. Pair with a variety of wine, including local Long Island wines. The lunch menu includes wraps, paninis, salads, and certified Angus beef burgers. Or, chose from the dinner menu any time of day. Come by boat; free docking Is available. Serving daily, noon until 10 pm. On Old Main Road, east of Port of Egyp
Diana DiVello Haase, Porto Bello’s owner, describes her waterfront restaurant as upscale-nautical enhanced by beautiful views of Stirling Harbor and the Peconic Bay. The menu pairs Italian fare with fresh, local seafood and produce, and features local and imported wines. Zagat rated and Voted “Best Italian Food” by Dan’s Papers, this is one of the North Fork’s hidden treasures. Dine inside or outside on the patio. Reservation suggested.
Southold Fish Market
This fish market with a dine-in/ take-out facility is the place for the largest selection of fresh-caught, whole fish, fillets and shellfish on the North Fork. Owner Charlie Manwaring says his secret is that he knows all the local fishermen on a first name basis, so he gets the best of the catch every day. Enjoy deliciously prepared food, such as crispy, battered-fried fish, grilled dishes, wraps, soups, sauces, plus lobsters cooked to order. Open seven days, check for seasonal hours. Call-ahead orders welcomed. On Main Road, opposite Goldsmith’s Boat Shop. Opposite Goldsmith’s Boat Shop.
Townsend Manor Inn
A cozy cocktail lounge with a beautiful water view and a sunken bar with flat screen TVs to enjoy major sporting events. Dinner is served in the lounge Friday through Monday from May until November. The restaurant serves breakfast weekends from May through November, and six days a week in the summer. A poolside snack bar is open all summer for drinks and lunch. The restaurant is available for catering events for 30 to 75 people all year long