Where to Eat in Greenport

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Greenport has some great dining options. Our top finds include:

The Frisky Oyster: Had a really wonderful meal at this Greenport restaurant at 27 Front St. I enjoyed my sea scallops with a roasted tomato risotto, but the Cornell oysters Friskafella with garlic-scented spinach, chipotle and parmigiano aioli were totally amazing!!!

Billys by the Bay: Located at 2530 Manhasset Ave. in Greenport, this is a fun, casual seafood restaurant and tiki bar near the docks. They have a full menu with great seafood. The lobster roll was perfect!

Noah’s: This upscale restaurant, in Greenport, is a great spot to eat. They have a good number of small plates to share, entrees and daily specials. I enjoyed a really great halibut poached in coconut milk and served in the sauce along with fresh summer peas and vegetables. A perfect meal on a beautiful summer night. 136 Front Street.

D’latte Pastry Gelato Bar has wonderful gelato with unique flavors. 218 Main St.

The Blue Duck Bakery Cafe: Stop in for a sweet at this great bakery at 130 Front St.

Greenport Harbor Brewing Company: Stop in at this micro-brewery’s tasting room at 234 Carpenter St. I really enjoyed the Summer Ale brewed with a touch of orange blossom honey!

Scrimshaw: This waterside restaurant is known for seafood with an Asian touch. Well-known chef Rosa Ross grew up in Hong Kong. She is a cookbook author and has been seen on many television cooking programs. 102 Main St. on Preston’s Wharf.

Crabby Jerry’s: Across from Scrimshaw, at 111 Main St., this fun restaurant and bar is located on the docks. It is the perfect spot for a drink at the end of a full day.

Based on a NY Times review, I am excited to try American Beech Restaurant-Bar-Suites. In addition to the restaurant that is “inspired by the farming, fishing and viticulture industries of the North Fork” they have five guest suites in the historic carriage house.

 

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