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Neighborhood Guide: Where to Eat Around Greenport

| March 28, 2017 | Food & Drink

Neighborhood Guide: Where to Eat Around Greenport


The menu at Greenport’s first Belgian craft-beer bar includes handmade pasta and grass-fed beef as well as local seafood, duck, and eggplant. 218 Main St., 477-6738

Blue Canoe Oyster Bar & Grill
Enjoy a cozy fire, the lounge atmosphere, and locally sourced seafood, such as firecracker shrimp, Thai mussels, and lobster rolls. 104 Third St., 477-6888

Brix & Rye
A hidden wine and cocktail lounge is set in a 1943 pizzeria serving delicious modern American bites. 308A Main St., 477-6984

Claudio’s Restaurant
Seafood and steak dominate this waterfront restaurant’s menu, and the antique bar is popular after hours. 111 Main St., 477-0627

Cuvée Seafood & Grill
This French bistro located in the Greenporter Hotel features local, seasonal fare with international inspiration, such as bouillabaisse de la maison. 326 Front St., 477-0066

The Frisky Oyster
If you’re craving oysters, look no further. Chef Robby Beaver showcases local, sustainable, and organic products within fine-seafood cuisine. 27 Front St., 477-4265

Greenport Harbor Brewing Company
This small craft brewery features a unique selection of seasonal ales, including Canard Noir and Havre Rouge. 234 Carpenter St., 477-6681

Kontokosta Winery
Guests can enjoy the North Fork’s first tasting room and winery with a beautiful waterfront view of the Long Island Sound. 825 North Road, 477-6977

Lido Boutique
Boutique owner Heidi Kelso draws from a lifetime of travels to curate a collection of sourced and custom-designed clothing, accessories, and home goods from all over the world. 132 Main St., 477-2350

Metal Monk
Donya Lynn O’Brien’s jewelry company features carved sterling castings, Japanese vintage glass cabochons, and uncommon stone combinations. 15 Front St., 477-2722

Noah’s Restaurant
A modern-American restaurant emphasizing fresh and seasonal ingredients from the East End. 136 Front St., 477-6720

Soundview Restaurant
Enjoy upscale cuisine in a warm, laid-back atmosphere with dramatic views overlooking Long Island Sound. 58775 County Road 48, 477-0666

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