A postcard from Love Lane: North Fork Sunday Scene

Credit: Barbaraellen Koch photos)

Credit: Barbaraellen Koch photos

Love Lane is only one-block long but is loaded with character, characters, restaurants, delis and unusual shops to browse.

Few locations offer a better place to dine al fresco than the North Fork’s most charming street. There is outdoor seating at Love Lane Kitchen and Ammirati’s of Love Lane and Lombardi’s Love Lane Market recently put tables on the sidewalk for customers as we head into summer.
Love Lane’s shops will be stay open on certain Fridays this summer to encourage people to come out and stay a while. The event, known as First Fridays,” is a collaborative event among merchants and North Fork purveyors to attract both visitors and locals alike to Love Lane, stay late and enjoy what the area has to offer. Stores and restaurants will extend their hours for the event. 
Your North Fork Sunday Scene features weekly snap shots of life on Long Island’s top fork.

Bays, a four-month old Golden Retreiver, gets curious about what's for lunch as his owners Jim and Sue Given of New Suffolk get their sandwich on the sidewalk outside Lombardi's Love Lane Market Wednesday afternoon.

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Bays, a four-month old Golden Retreiver, gets curious about what’s for lunch as his owners Jim and Sue Given of New Suffolk get their sandwich on the sidewalk outside Lombardi’s Love Lane Market Wednesday afternoon.