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The Pridwin.
A cookout at The Pridwin Hotel and Beach Cottages.

Float on up, dock your boat, grab a bite and relax for a bit.

Sounds nice, right?

The North Fork (and Shelter Island) offer several great spots to dock your vessel and enjoy a delicious meal as the sun goes down.

Now you just need a place to do it. Check out these options.

Pridwin Hotel

81 Shore Road, Shelter Island

This historic hotel offers a pristine view of the water facing Greenport. From July 1 and through Labor Day, Wednesdays are a popular day to dock here for the Pridwin’s weekly cookout.

Old Mill Inn in Mattituck. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)
Old Mill Inn in Mattituck. (Credit: Cyndi Murray)

The Old Mill Inn

5775 W. Mill Road, Mattituck

Coming from the Long Island Sound side? This nearly 200-year-old renovated grist mill sits directly on Mattituck Inlet and right next to the Mattituck Marina.

A lobster BLT at Porto Bello.
A lobster BLT at Porto Bello.

Porto Bello

1410 Manhanset Ave., Greenport

Grab a slip at Brewer’s Yacht Yard in Stirling Harbor and enjoy an authentic Italian meal here. First opened 17 years ago, the restaurant was previously located on Mattituck Inlet.

(Credit: courtesy photo)
(Credit: courtesy photo)

A Lure

62300 Main Road, Southold

Located at the Port of Egypt — no, not that Egypt — this Tom Schaudel-owned restaurant opened in 2011 and bills itself as a “chowder house and oysteria.”

Turkuaz Grill  Credit: Paul Squire
Turkuaz Grill Credit: Paul Squire

Turkuaz Grill

40 McDermott Ave., Riverhead

Float up to the town-owned slips on the Peconic River and walk over to Turkuaz for a taste of some Mediterranean cuisine. This casual setting charges a $5 fee for those who want to bring in their own bottle of wine.

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