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What’s on Long Island’s Menus?

January 31, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

Scouting out flavorsome restaurants is part of our mission to help you have fun on your boat. You can also visit these eateries by auto — a scrumptious meal in a scenic spot is pleasurable no matter how you go!

Here’s a roundup of the restaurants we reviewed last year, with a snippet from each review. Read complete reviews at:


Case’s Place

650 First Street

New Suffolk


A twofer of view plus taste is certainly the case at this seaside eatery.


Chowder Bar 

123 Maple Ave 

Bay Shore


Tasty meals served by friendly staff in engaging surroundings.


Crazy Beans

97 Main Street

Stony Brook


This bright, lively spot serving delicious breakfast and lunch resembles a luncheonette, a soda shoppe, and a Central Perk.


Crazy Fish Bar & Gill

9 Trader’s Cove

Port Jefferson


Sensibly flavorsome food with accommodating service; seafood dominates but it doesn’t eclipse other offerings.


Drift 82

82 Brightwood Street



A stylishly casual place that buzzes with happy diners enjoying delicious food from sea and land.


Harbor Mist

105 Harbor Road (Route 25A)
Cold Spring Harbor

Located across the street from the water, the aptly named Harbor Mist is simply a must try for fans of tasty food, tranquil scenery, friendly service, and a warm atmosphere.


Inlet Seafood Restaurant  

541 East Lake Drive



Water just about everywhere you look, a beautiful eatery that embraces the sea scenery, and a kitchen that satisfies one and all.


Kimi Sushi & Grill

115 Main Street

Port Jefferson


Pleasing food and pleasant service in a cozy and welcoming place.


Page Restaurant

63 Main Street

Sag Harbor


Seasonal, local-centric food and a comfortably elegant atmosphere speak volumes about fine dining.


Phil’s Waterfront Bar and Grill

177 Meeting House Creek Road



Easy access for boaters, a dockhand, great water views, outdoor and indoor seating, a large menu, a casual feel, and pleasant service.



55 Main Street

Cold Spring Harbor


While there are plenty of wonderful touches for the eye, reserve some admiration for the affable wait staff and heap praise upon what arrives on your plate.


Skipper’s Pub

34 Main Street



A great location and a skillful kitchen make this an enjoyable place for a boatload of hungry diners with assorted appetites.


The Corner Bar & Restaurant

1 Main Street

Sag Harbor


Just a short walk from the Long Wharf, The Corner touts that it has the best burgers on the East End, and they weren’t kidding.


The Clubhouse

134 Clubhouse Road



Enjoy the tempting food outdoors by the sandy beach or grass hut, or inside as Jimmy Buffett music and tropical fans keep the seaside vibe alive.


3 Brothers Vegan Cafe

1038 Montauk Highway



Avoid menu unease and enjoy a scrumptious meal of wood-fired pizzas, plentiful plates of pasta, perfectly layered panini, and decadent desserts.


Tiger Lily Café

156 East Main Street Port Jefferson


Appetizingly tempting foods, juices, soups, and more in a relaxing and interesting space.



124 Maple Ave
Bay Shore


Seafood is definitely the name of the game at this scenic spot, but the seaside isn’t Whalers’ only side.


Wild Honey

1 East Main Street

Oyster Bay


The tasty and varied menu is casual while the service is attentive.


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