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A lobster BLT at Porto Bello in Greenport. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

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.

A Lure
62300 Main Road, Southold

A dish enjoyed on the back deck at a Lure in Southold.
(Credit: courtesy photo)

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.”

Orient by the Sea
40200 Main Road, Orient

Crab cakes from Orient by the Sea. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Enjoy a seafood meal while waiting for the ferry, spending the day at Orient Beach State Park or after just taking a leisurely drive out east. Watch the seagulls scuttling along the beach and take in the views of the working marina.

PeraBell Food Bar East
65 E. Main Street, Riverhead

PeraBell Food Bar East in Riverhead . (Credit: Vera Chinese)

Since its June 2015 opening, PeraBell has become an integral part of Riverhead’s mission to re-establish itself as a destination. We recommend a burger or their clam pie cooked in the 7,000 pound imported pizza oven (or anything on the menu, really!)

Porto Bello
1410 Manhanset Ave., Greenport

A lobster BLT at Porto Bello in Greenport. (Credit: Vera Chinese)

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.

Pridwin Hotel
81 Shore Road, Shelter Island

The Pridwin. (Credit: Northforker file photo)

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.

This story was published in the June 2017 issue of northforker magazine

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