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Butternut squash soup at Love Lane Kitchen. (Credit: Lee Meyer)

Consistent under 70-degree weather can only mean one thing: SOUP! 

There are not many things better for the soul than a good cup or bowl of soup on a chilly fall day. We compiled a list of some of our favorite soups across the North Fork that are guaranteed to warm you from the inside out. 

New England Clam Chowder | Anker, Greenport, $15

A twist on a classic, this creamy New England-style clam chowder includes a dash of tarragon and lemon and is served with housemade crackers. 

Butternut Squash Soup | Love Lane Kitchen, Mattituck, $6

While there are a variety of butternut squash soups available across the North Fork, no one does it quite like Love Lane Kitchen. The nutty caramelized squash is blended with onion and cream for a simple, flavorful cup. 

Red Lentil Soup | Olive Branch Restaurant & Bar, Greenport, $14

This traditional Mediterranian favorite includes garlic, onion, dry mint, a touch of olive oil, and a pepper paste.

Minestrone | Michelangelo’s of Southold, Southold, $7 

Classically Italian, this hearty vegetable soup is filled with onion, carrot, and celery along with kidney beans and macaroni elbows in a rich tomato-based broth. 

Hot & Sour | Tony’s Asian Fusion, Mattituck, $4.99

The name of this soup tells you all you need to know. This Chinese soup is the perfect blend of delicious spice and sour acidity. 

Veggie Chili | Goodfood., Mattituck, $6.95

Goodfood.’s veggie-based chili is a delectable, high-protein meatless option served with sour cream and cheddar cheese that is sure to keep you coming back for more.  

Famous Lobster Bisque | Modern Snack Bar, Aquebogue, $9.95

This soup, although often elusive to their menu, has helped keep Modern Snack Bar on the map. Creamy and salty, with hunks of real lobster, this soup is “famous” for a reason. 

French Onion Soup | Sound Avenue Bistro, Riverhead, $7.99

A cozy staple, this rich soup is topped with pungent Munster cheese meaning warm creaminess in every bite (or in this case sip).