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Noah’s has been serving up farm fresh dishes in Greenport for a decade. (Credit: Noah’s)

Greenport’s chef-owned restaurant Noah’s, known for its small plates emphasizing local ingredients, will be celebrating its 10th summer season with a series of special menu items.

Owner and chef Noah Schwartz has created an “In-Noah-va-tion Anniversary” menu that will run from Friday, June 14 through Sunday, June 30, offering some of guests’ all-time favorite dishes, cocktails and wine.

The menu will bring back classics such as the chef’s original lobster roll sliders and original grilled skirt steak for $20.10. A three for $10 “tastes” special will be offered as well, with options including marinated olives, tahina hummus and maple chili smoked almonds.

Raw bar choices including oysters and several skewers from the grill also appear on the anniversary menu. Other specials include two five-ounce glasses of local wines, curated cocktails and some signature small plates for $10.

 “My vision was to tap into the very best the East End of Long Island offers — the freshest seafood, a perpetual bounty of seasonal vegetables, locally-raised poultry, farm fresh eggs and local cheeses,” Schwartz said in a press release. “Of course, we love to pair our food with some of the best wines in the country that grow right here, in our backyard.”

Schwartz, a Malverne native and alumni of New England Culinary Institute in Montpelier, VT, began his culinary career in Sonoma, working in California wine country restaurants. There he met his restaurateur wife, Sunita, and the two transformed the former Frisky Oyster Bar into Noah’s in 2010.  The couple continue to run the business as team; Noah runs the kitchen and Sunita manages the front of the house.

The restaurant has received numerous accolades and chef Noah has been lauded by Best Chefs America in both 2012 and 2013. Noah’s was among the first three restaurants awarded the Slow Food East End Snail of Approval, and was recognized by Trip Advisor with a 2019 Certificate of Excellence.

“We are so thrilled to have created our footprint in Greenport,” Schwartz continued.

Noah’s continues to feature a selection of small and large plates using local ingredients, allowing diners to sample the chef’s inventive takes on classic preparations.

 Noah’s is located at 136 Front Street in Greenport