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Docking & Dining (Click on the title to the left to view the entire guide)

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Rockin’ Fish

Rockin’ Fish

July 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

Boaters visiting Northport will find a picturesque village replete with enticing eateries. Rockin’ Fish is a charmer among them. Northport’s village dock offers transient space on a first-come, first-served basis and Seymour’s Boatyard has transient moorings. Cross the street and stroll down Main Street — even if you check out the store windows you pass, […]

Off Key Tikki

Off Key Tikki

July 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

I’m a bit of a foodie; I try to indulge in something new or unexpected. However, when I arrived at Off Key Tikki and saw coconut shrimp on the menu, I threw my foodie hat out the window and immediately ordered them. They were fresh, crispy, and delicious! The coconut really popped and the sauce […]

Parto’s Restaurant

Parto’s Restaurant

June 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

The taste of Italy awaits you at Parto’s in Riverhead, diagonally across the street from the town marina. Chef and owner Frank Spatola prides himself on using only quality ingredients in his recipes, and you can taste it beginning with Parto’s freshly baked garlic knots, which are lightly drizzled with olive oil. The Pasta e […]

Tres Palms

Tres Palms

June 1, 2014 by · Leave a Comment 

  Tres Palms is a quaint waterfront restaurant in Babylon Village that can’t conceal its love of the ocean, waves, and surfing. The relaxing and stress-shedding decor makes you feel like you could be in the Caribbean, rather than overlooking the Great South Bay. The wait staff was equally tranquil. Nothing was rushed, but everything […]

Mill Pond House

Mill Pond House

February 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

The Mill Pond House will be celebrating its 10th anniversary this summer, in a building almost 100 years old. If I didn’t tell you that, you’d never guess, as everything here seems fresh and new.  The restaurant, overlooking the Mill Pond in Centerport, is not a dock and dine destination. However, on a day when […]

Letter From The Editor

February 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

WE’LL BET YOU‘RE LOOKING FOR OUR TERRIFIC STORIES, FUN DAY TRIPPERS, RESTAURANT REVIEWS AND SO MUCH MORE.  SO ARE WE! WE HOPE TO GET OUR SITE RESTORED SHORTLY. PLEASE CHECK BACK WITH US VERY SOON!  

Canal Cafe

Canal Cafe

February 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

We received a restaurant tip from foodies we know:  they drive out from Manhattan just to satisfy their craving for the lobster salad roll at the Canal Café.  Located on the west side of the Shinnecock Canal (behind Hampton Watercraft Marine), this restaurant offers friendly casual dining inside and outdoors on a spacious patio that […]

Letter From The Editor

Letter From The Editor

January 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

To many people, January is all about beginning anew.  To us, January represents 31 days that we can mark off the calendar as we count down the days until spring! Without boating itself to occupy our time, there’s plenty of opportunity to catch up on boating stories. That’s why we feature some of our favorite […]

Who’s Hungry?

Who’s Hungry?

January 1, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

It happens every day, whether you’re on land or at sea: hunger strikes! If you’re like us, you appreciate tips on where you’ll enjoy spending your dining dollars, and that’s what you’ll get from us in each issue. In the past year, our reviewers have happily dined at these restaurants: Andrra 39 Gann Road East […]

Letters To The Editor

Letters To The Editor

November 17, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Dear Editor, Being the “subject” of the article in the Oct. 2012 issue [“A Newbie Goes Sailing,” by Melissa McMahon], I wanted to thank you for publishing, in my estimation, a well-done story. Yes, it’s nice to see my name in print, but my compliments to Melissa for “capturing the flavor” of the day trip.  […]

Brook House Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor

Brook House Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor

November 17, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Situated in the center of Stony Brook Village, a short walk away from the water, sits Brook House Restaurant and Ice Cream Parlor. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this small, family-style restaurant brings joy and good vibrations to all who dine there. As you walk into the restaurant’s main entrance, your attention is riveted […]

Letter From The Editor

Letter From The Editor

November 17, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

It’s beginning to look a lot like… Well, you know how the song goes! Though I’m no fan of winter, I’d be the last one to put a damper on this festive season. Even after the devastation and destruction wreaked by Sandy, all of Long Island is trying to find reason to celebrate as the […]

Parkside Café

Parkside Café

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Tucked in among canal-front cottages in Seaford is a little treasure called the Parkside Café. It is a casual restaurant with nautical-themed touches throughout. For a small place, there’s a lot of warmth, and a menu that packs a big punch. Executive Chef Matthew R. Vitale has created a blend of traditional dishes influenced by […]

Farm Country Kitchen

Farm Country Kitchen

October 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Entering Riverhead’s Farm Country Kitchen is reminiscent of entering a large model of a dollhouse. The words “cozy” and “charming” would capture the ambiance of the establishment, with the restaurant’s back patio overlooking a picturesque portion of the Peconic River. The main dining room is small but adequate. The fare is colossal. You may arrive […]

Cowfish

Cowfish

September 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

At first, I wasn’t sold on the name “Cowfish.” That’s what the former Indian Cove restaurant on the Shinnecock Canal in Hampton Bays is now called. Now that I’ve been there, however, I’m over my resistance, and have added this venue to my east end repertoire of waterfront eateries. The space has been refreshed and […]

Legends

Legends

September 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

I’m geographically challenged, so when a restaurant in New Suffolk was suggested, I confess to looking blank. That vacant look was soon replaced with one of satisfaction, after experiencing a delicious meal in a very attractive North Fork setting. Tie your vessel to the dock across the street for $15.00 (the fee supports the New […]

Veg Fare by the Sea

Veg Fare by the Sea

September 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

… .. . Harborside eateries are considered havens for seafood lovers. However, more dockside dining establishments appear to be welcoming to those who enjoy seeing fish stay in the sea! About one million people in the U.S. are vegans (we eat no animal products at all) and over seven million are vegetarian (consuming no animals). […]

From The Editor

From The Editor

September 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

If this column had another title besides “From the Editor” I’m thinking we’d call it “Food, Glorious Food!” For some issues, I set a pre-determined main topic, like water safety or storm preparation. Other issues just seem to coalesce into a theme on their own, as this one has. We always feature two restaurant reviews, […]

Andrra

Andrra

August 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Andrra, the new Mediterranean seafood and chops restaurant located at the end of Gann Road, faces East Hampton’s Harbor Marina. Diners at lunchtime may enjoy a flurry of boating activity out on the water, while dinnertime provides a serene setting to catch a beautiful sunset. Boaters may make arrangements through Harbor Marina by phone or […]

Sweet Tomato’s

Sweet Tomato’s

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Tranquilly anchored between its sister North and South Forks, Shelter Island has its own unique personality. Nestled among its Victorian homes and blooming blue and white hydrangea sits Sweet Tomato’s, a gem of a Mediterranean eatery just a short walk from the Dering Harbor Marina. The tables and chairs on the front and sides porches […]

Docking & Dining

July 31, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

PLEASE CLICK ON THE TITLE ABOVE TO VIEW OUR FULL  LISTINGS. SCROLL DOWN IF YOU CAN SEE THE DOCKING & DINING MAP BELOW. The Scott Abraham Group of Raymond James         www.scottabraham.com ___________________________________________________________________________________________ 1.Aquebogue Name Meeting House Creek Inn Address 177 Meeting House Creek Road Phone 631-722-4220 Website meetinghousecreekinn.com READ OUR REVIEW 2.Bay Shore Name Fatfish […]

Sunset Bar & Grill

Sunset Bar & Grill

July 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

This brand new restaurant alongside Merrick Bay is bustling with eager energy. From the moment you’re ushered inside, or seated at the outdoor Tiki bar, all the staff you encounter emits the aim-to-please vibe.

Benkei

Benkei

July 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

A minute’s walk from Northport’s Town dock, Benkei is a truly exceptional Japanese restaurant that radiates warmth from the moment you step inside its brown decor.

From The Editor

From The Editor

July 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

July begins with colorful pyrotechnics and continues to sparkle all month long!  In fact, we have 16 opportunities to see fireworks from your boat this month, compiled by our firecracker writer, Joey Pignataro. Boating’s in full throttle in July, and unless Mother Nature thwarts our efforts, we want to spend every minute on the water. […]

From The Editor

From The Editor

June 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

June is one crowded month! It beams as brides, grooms, and graduates walk down aisles, and hosts many parties and celebrations. June also contains two seasons, and its best weather days launch us full-force into the boating season. Just as June-the-month is filled to the brim, our June issue is chock-full of places to go, […]

Navy Beach

Navy Beach

May 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Navy Beach overlooks waters once filled with U.S. Navy Ships, and it’s safe to say sailors must have marveled at the beautiful scenery and spectacular sunsets. The military is gone, and the new center of attraction is Navy Beach restaurant, which offers flavorful food in fantastic surroundings. To reach Navy Beach by (up to a 32’) boat, drop anchor in Montauk’s Fort Pond Bay and wade ashore.

Tim’s Shipwreck Diner

Tim’s Shipwreck Diner

May 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

An eatery named after a ruined vessel may not sound all that inviting, and an unassuming main street diner may not look extraordinary. But as we all should know by now, names and looks can both be deceiving.

From The Editor May

From The Editor May

May 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

Our spring-into-summer issue is brimming with all the boating related activities that we want to enjoy this year, along with ways to overcome the things that try to hold us back.

Dock & Dining  (click on the map to view)

Dock & Dining (click on the map to view)

May 1, 2012 by · Leave a Comment 

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