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Escape to Long Island’s North Fork.

Farms, Vineyards, Historic Places, Parks & Beaches

What to do? Where to Go? www.gonorthfork.org


Welcome

To The North Fork Long Island’s North Fork is a singular treasure, both physically and as a community. Our landscape showcases open space—farm fields, nature preserves, beaches, wetlands—dotted with historic, New England-style homes. We are a small business community, with many unique shops lining our walkable hamlet ‘downtowns’. We are a community of farmers, craftsmen and artists, united in our love for this land, its beauty, and our traditional way of life. Amazingly, we have kept our authenticity despite being easily accessible to the millions in NYC, CT and Boston. Deep Roots Our traditional cultural identity remains vibrant, in part, because descendants of the New Haven colonists who founded Southold Town in 1640 still live here. Indeed several of our landmarks and road names honor families who are still an integral part of the NF community: Horton, Tuthill, Wickham and Young, just to name a few. (While the North Fork is larger than the current Southold Town, it all has the same roots.) North Forkers take their history seriously; see how many historic properties and museums we have in our Galleries, Historic Sites & Museums pages. Fertile Soil While our deep roots thrive because those original families have stayed, it’s important to highlight why they stayed: this land is truly special. Fertile soil surrounded by fertile bays nestled in a hospitable climate, glorious in natural beauty, the North Fork has been a powerful magnet for farmers, fishermen, aquaculturists and artists for centuries. See how much of a farming community we remain today by peeking at the Farmstands section. Open Space Because our land and waters are so special, Southold Town and others have helped North Forkers preserve their land as open space, instead of turning their land into large, residential subdivisions. See how much of the North Fork’s natural beauty has been protected and preserved by perusing the section on Beaches & Trails. For more structured outdoor fun and exercise, check out the tracks, ball fields, gyms, waterpark and more in Fun, Fitness, & Recreation. For More Information While we’ve tried to make this Guide comprehensive, it’s an impossible task—there’s simply too much to feature. For more information, visit our tourism centers in Laurel or Greenport, and visit our websites at NorthFork.org and GoNorthFork.org. What you’ll realize, the more you look into it, is that the North Fork is a great place to visit year round: Easily accessible, endlessly interesting and rejuvenating. Welcome!

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Table of Contents Accommodations

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Find your perfect place to stay: Hotels, Inns, B&Bs, Condos, Cottages, Motels & Campgrounds

Beaches & Trails

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Find an ATM, an attorney, a veterinarian, the hospital or a historic post office

Galleries, Historic Sites, & Museums

Photo Credits:

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On the Water

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Real Estate

Dave Benthal, Cover: parade. Inside: p7-rock, p20, p30-lavender, ship, p31both, p40, p44 Madison Fender, Cover: men in vines. Inside: p7-women, p19, p25, p35. Marilyn Marks, Cover: people on beach. Inside: p7-goat sign, p13-Sound.

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Marinas, boating and fishing: what you need to know

Jennifer Murray, Cover: water landscape, chickens & tractors. Inside: p7-reflection, p13-path, p15, p23cherries, p42. Other pictures by GoNorthFork.

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Become a local: find your home

Many people don’t realize our restaurants, wineries, shops and lodging are open year round. Indeed, some opportunities only exist in spring or late fall. Get the scoop.

Essential Services

Fun, fitness, & recreation

Discover our arts, our history, our cultural treasures

Find the right restaurant - fine dining to casual diner - to savor our farm to table culture

DISCOVER THE NORTH FORK, OFF-SEASON

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We could not offer The Guide without the tremendous support of the Town of Southold, the County of Suffolk, Discover Long Island, and the State of New York.

Find the water park, a workout or ball field; take a fencing class or go horseback riding; rent a kayak or paddle board.

Taste our fabulous, locally grown and crafted beer, wine & spirits. Meet winemakers and walk amid the vines.

Dining

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Discover our thriving agricultural community

Play and hike on the North Fork’s beaches and nature preserves

BREWERIES, WINERIES & DISTILLERIES

Farmstands

GoNorthFork The Guide is a production of the North Fork Promotion Council, Inc. in cooperation with Homes of the North Fork.

Shopping

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Discover our unique mom and pop shops as you explore our walkable downtown hamlets

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Transportation Getting around once you’re here

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Interested in advertising? Have a suggestion to make The Guide more useful? Please let us know. Reach us at North Fork Promotion Council, Inc. PO Box 1865, Southold, NY 11971 (631) 298-5757 • (631) 477-1383 email: info@northfork.org www.northfork.org www.gonorthfork.org


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Our Bed and Breakfasts reflect our area’s New England roots, featuring old world charm and welcoming, friendly innkeepers. Consider just a few of the options: a historic home furnished with antiques, a converted barn located in its own vineyard, a newly constructed, modern house, built to order. Find a B&B with a stunning view, a private beach, fire pits, or a pet friendly room; find one in

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B&Bs 1. Arbor View House 8900 Main Road, East Marion 631-477-8440, 800-963-4777 2. The Coffey House B&B 5705 Main Road, East Marion 631-477-2107 3. Harbor Knoll Private Road, 424 Fourth St., Greenport 631-477-2352

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4. Orient Inn 25500 Main Road, Orient 631-323-2300 5. Shorecrest B&B 54300 Route 48, Southold 631-765-1570

6. American Beech 300 Main Street, Greenport 631-477-6571 7. Cliffside Waterfront Resort Condominiums 61475 County Rd 48, Greenport 631-477-1818 8. Drossos Motel 69125 Rte. 25, Greenport 631-477-1334

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On the North Fork, where you stay is an important decision, because each accommodation is a destination in its own right. No standardized, generic chains here. We offer bed and breakfasts, boutique hotels, rustic inns, waterfront condominiums, cozy cottages, waterfront motels, and campgrounds. Within each of those categories, no two options are the same.

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13. Jedediah Hawkins Inn 400 S. Jamesport Ave., Jamesport 631-722-2900 14. Mattituck Motel 2150 Bay Ave., Mattituck THE 631-298-4131 HA 15. Sound ViewMInn PTO NSRoute 48, Greenport 58855 North Road, 631-477-1910 16. Southold Beach Motel North Rd. (Rte 48), Southold 631-765-2233

17. Sunset Motel 62005 Rte. 48, Greenport 631-477-1776 Colony 7918. Terrace Cottage 52000 Rte. 11 484(North Rd), Southold 631-765-2388 19. Townsend Manor Inn 714 Main St., Greenport 631-477-2000

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Continued from page 9 deep North Fork quiet, or in the heart of Greenport village. Wherever you stay, breakfast is sure to be a delight; our innkeepers take great pride in their farm-to-table cooking. Keep in mind that not all B&Bs welcome children, though many welcome teenagers. Regardless of where you book, you will enjoy warm, professional hospitality in an intimate setting. To help you sort through the B&B options and find the one right for you, check our grid on page 12. Our hotels, inns, and other lodging establishments are equally diverse. Stay at a boutique hotel in the heart of Greenport, and yet quiet and private. Enjoy fine dining, a historic home and beautiful grounds at one Inn, or pull up to another by boat and use their marina. Get off the beaten path at a bay front motel in Mattituck. Glory in the sunsets on the Sound at the Sound front motels. Take your own cabin with your children, or bring them to the motel with the mini golf course. Book a place with a beach, with a pool, or both. Regardless where you choose to stay, you’ll be welcomed by warm, professional people committed to making your vacation a wonderful escape from your ‘real world’. To help you find the right hotel, inn, motel or other lodging option, check out our grid on page 14.

T hink of us not just for the summer but the fall too...

farm stands, wineries, concerts and cool evening breezes Still more beautiful than the Hamptons and only a short drive away on tranquil Reeves Creek. Fully supplied 1, 2 and 3 bedroom cottages available with screened porches

J&S Reeve Summer Cottages

orientinn-ny.com orientinn@earthlink.net 25500 Main Road Orient, NY 11957 631-323-2300

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By Jen 722-7871

Available by the week, month or summer.

Please call for additional information and B&B information.

631.722.4096

www.liny-cottages.com

28 White’s Lane • PO Box 181 • Aquebogue, LI, NY 12931


B&Bs Arbor View House

(631) 477-8440, (800) 963-4777 8900 Main Rd., East Marion

Blue Iris B&B

(631) 734-7126 1100 Skunk Lane, Cutchogue

Cedar House On Sound

(631) 298-7676 4850 Sound Ave, Mattituck

The Coffey House B&B

(631) 477-2107 5705 Main Rd., East Marion

Fig and Olive Bed and Breakfast (631) 765-8895 580 Skunk Lane, Cutchogue

Fordham House

(631) 477-8998 817 Main Street, Greenport

Harbor Knoll

(631) 477-2352 Private Road, 424 Fourth St., Greenport

North Fork Guest House

(631) 735-9024 35995 Main Rd., Cutchogue

Orient Inn

(631) 323-2300 25500 Main Rd., Orient

Orient Point Bed and Breakfast (617) 584-0658 1125 Windward Rd, Orient

Quintessentials Bed and Breakfast and Spa

(631) 477 9400 8985 Main Road, East Marion

Ruby’s Cove B&B

(631) 477-1837 151 Bay Ave., Greenport

Shorecrest B&B

(631) 765-1570 54300 Route 48, Southold

Stirling House B&B

(631) 477-0654 104 Bay Ave., Greenport

Tapestry Inn

(631) 477-0371 Rte. 25 & 5th St., Greenport

Wells House B&B

(631) 477-0674 530 Main St., Greenport

Wickham Prince Bed and Breakfast (413) 687-3845 1100 Youngs Avenue, Southold

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Mattituck Motel Mattituck Motel

Located on Long Island’s North Fork in the Heart of Wine Country • Steps to the Bay Beach

2150 Bay Avenue • Mattituck, NY • (631) 298-4131• www.mattituckmotel.com

Beachfront rooms ideally located on Long Island Sound Fully equipped kitchenettes Outdoor barbeques and picnic area

North Road - Rt. 48, Southold, NY 11972 631-765-2233 - southoldbeachmotel.com Mon. - Thurs., 10% discount on 2 night stay and complimentary bottle of May - June - Sept. & Oct. wine to enjoy with our spectacular sunsets.

Where affordable style and comfort resides... Walk to wineries & restaurants. Perfect for small meetings & events. 1399 Main Road, Jamesport NY | 631.722.4024 | info@duncaninn.com

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A/C • Color TV • Efficiency Units Available • 15 UNITS 18-Hole Miniature Golf Snack Bar and Outdoor Patio Dining

Motel: 631-477-1334 Golf & Snack Bar: 631-477-1339 Route 25, Greenport, New York

Directions: Drossos is 1 mile west of Greenport Village on Route 25 (Main Road)


Lodging American Beech

(631) 477-6571 300 Main Street, Greenport

Bay Breeze Inn & Bistro

(631) 779-3454 46 Front St, South Jamesport

Cliffside Waterfront Resort Condominiums

1-(800)-269-4140 61475 Route 48, Greenport

Drossos Motel

(631) 477-1334 69125 Rte. 25, Greenport

The Duncan Inn

(631) 722-4024 1399 Main Road, Jamesport

Eastern Long Island Kampgrounds (631) 477-0022 690 Queen St., Greenport

Gallery Hotel

(631) 477-4000 439 Main St., Greenport

J&S Reeves Cottages

(631) 722-4096 28 Whites Lane, Aquebogue

Jedediah Hawkins Inn

(631) 722-2900 400 S. Jamesport Ave., Jamesport

Mattituck Motel

(631) 298-4131 2150 Bay Ave., Mattituck

Sound View Inn

(631) 477-1910 58855 North Road, Rte 48, Greenport

Southold Beach Motel

(631) 765-2233 53250 North Rd., Southold

Sunset Motel

(631) 477-1776 62005 Rte. 48, Greenport

Terrace Cottage Colony

(631) 765-2388 52000 RT 48. (North Road), Southold

Townsend Manor Inn

(631) 477-2000 714 Main St., Greenport

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Preserves & Hiking 1. Arshamomaque Preserve, Greenport 2. Cedar Beach County Park, Southold 3. Cranberry Bog Nature Preserve, Riverhead 4. Custer Preserve Arboretum and Trail, Southold 5. Ruth Oliva Preserve at Dam Pond, East Marion 6. Downs Farm Preserve, Cutchogue

North Fork Preserves & Hiking Arshamomaque Preserve - a 120-acre preserve owned by the Town of Southold and Suffolk County Parks. The preserve has 1.3-miles of nature trails that wander through mature woodlands, freshwater wetlands and open fields. Preserve includes an observation tower that overlooks a freshwater swamp. 1105 Chapel Lane, Greenport Cedar Beach County Park - a 68-acre park with over 2,800 feet on Shelter Island Sound. The park provides the visitor with great vistas of Shelter Island Sound and the mudflats, sandbars and the saltwater marshes of Cedar Beach Harbor. 3690 Cedar Beach Road, Southold Cranberry Bog Nature Preserve - This 165 acre preserve allows for hiking that includes sights of the Little Peconic River, various plants, birds, reptiles, and other wildlife creatures. Within the preserve lies Sweezy Pond and Cheney Pond, which is surrounded by a White-Cedar swamp with trees as large as 16” in diameter. A haven of natural, unspoiled beauty. Moriches-Riverhead Road, Riverhead 631-854-4949 Custer Preserve Arboretum and Trail - 6 acre preserve. Trail winds through Arboretum and wild flowers. Main Bayview Road, Southold Downs Farm Preserve - a 51-acre wooded parcel that is the site of Fort Corchaug, a Native American fort, which is listed on the National Park Register of Historic Places. Downs Farm Preserve has a mile of passive recreation trails and adjoins productive farmlands and the tidal wetland of Downs Creek. The Group for the East End hosts many interesting, fun and educational events here. 23800 Route 25, Cutchogue Goldsmith Inlet County Park - a 35-acre parcel with a 1/2 mile trail leading to Long Island Sound, from the trailhead, located on Sound View Avenue. The mature woodlands, tidal wetlands, Goldsmith Inlet Pond and 1500 feet on Long Island Sound are great for birdwatching. 1585 Soundview Avenue, Peconic

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Husing Pond Preserve - 21 acre preserve owned and maintained by the Nature Conservancy. It features woodland and a fresh water pond. The trail through the preserve is a half mile long and includes a boardwalk that goes out into the pond. Peconic Bay Blvd, Laurel Inlet Pond County Park - a 55-acre preserve with 1.6-miles of trails leading to Inlet Pond and Long Island Sound. The North Fork Audubon has a visitor’s center and offers nature programs during the year. North Fork Audubon hosts many interesting, fun and educational events here. 65275 Route 48, Greenport Laurel Lake Preserve & Laurel Park - 36 acres of woodland. Parking is at the Laurel Lake Preserve trail head kiosk and at the park lot located at the end of Laurel Lake Road at Laurel Park. Fishing at the lake is permitted with NYS DEC fishing license. The trail system is just over 2 miles in length. 5145 Route 25, Laurel Marratooka Lake Preserve - Small town park is accessible from south side of lake. Fishing is permitted at the lake with a NYS DEC fishing license. New Suffolk Ave., Mattituck Mill Road Preserve - a 25-acre parcel with the trailhead located on Mill Road, Mattituck. The trail winds through 8-acres of grasslands/ shrublands and then into 17 acres of mature woodlands. 1900 Mill Road, Mattituck Moore’s Wood - 190 acre preserve owned and maintained by the Village of Greenport. Features extensive woodland and fresh water wetland areas. Moore’s Drain runs through the woods from Silver Like to Pipes Neck Creek. There is approximately 2.7 miles of trails winding through Moore’s Woods, many of which were created as part of a nature trail system back in 1971. Access to Moore’s Woods is available off Moore’s Lane as well as Route 25 and County Road 48. Greenport

Orient Beach State Park - 45,000 feet of frontage on Gardiner’s Bay and a rare maritime forest with red cedar, blackjack oak trees and prickly-pear cactus. Visitors can swim, picnic, play ball, go hiking or biking, or walk a nature trail. 40000 Route 25, Orient Orient Point County Park - a 48-acre park at the tip of Southold Town has a mile-long beach with a 1/2 mile hiking trail. Bird watching, surfcasting, and great views of Long Island Sound are available at the County Park. Parking is located on the north side of Route 25. 41425 Route 25, Orient Paul Stoutenburgh Preserve - a 54-acre wooded preserve with several trails that wind through the mature woodlands, by vernal ponds and along the saltwater wetlands of Arshamomaque Pond. 63445 Route 25, Southold Ruth Oliva Preserve at Dam Pond - 36-acre preserve owned by the Town of Southold and Suffolk County Parks. It encompasses a small, protected bay, maritime shrubland, grasslands, tidal flats, saltwater marshes and mature woodlands. The trail that wanders through the preserve is 1.2 miles long. 11855 Route 25, East Marion Sound View Dunes - Includes 57 acres and includes frontage on Long Island Sound. 4305 Soundview Ave, Peconic Wolf Preserve - This 22 acre preserve owned and maintained by the Peconic Land Trust features two trails totaling approximately 1 mile in length. The western trail winds through a meadow and red cedars of a regenerating woodland and along a freshwater wetland. The eastern trail features mature oak and beech trees as well as wetland habitat. The eastern trail is closed during the spring nesting season and reopens in July. Main Bayview Road, Southold

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The North Fork has acres and acres of nature preserves, open space, wetlands, beaches, and clean, fishable waters. Our diverse native flora and fauna even include the Eastern Prickly Pear Cactus (pictured). Our intact natural heritage reflects the hard work of local government and well organized, active citizens, to whom we are very grateful. Enjoy.

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North Fork Beaches Goldsmith Inlet - Sound-front property along west side of Goldsmith’s Inlet opposite the County Park on Mill Road, Peconic. This property does not have lifeguards. Parking by Southold Town permit only. Mill Lane, Peconic Goose Creek - This facility, off North Bayview Road in Southold, overlooks Southold Bay and has lifeguards, a playground and restrooms. Parking by Southold Town permit only. 2575 North Bayview Rd, Southold 631-765-9831 Iron Pier Beach - Beach front swimming area, handicapped accessible - wheelchairs for beach accessibility in season. Outdoor showers, restrooms, pavilion, playground, snack shack (opened during summer season). Ample parking. Off of Pier Road, Jamesport 631-727-5744 Kenney’s Beach - At the end of Kenney’s Road. The beach overlooks the sound and has lifeguards and restrooms. Parking by Southold Town permit only. 475 Leeton Road, Southold 631-765-5317 McCabe’s Beach - Located one-half mile east of Kenney’s Beach, on North Sea Drive in Southold. The beach overlooks the sound and has lifeguards and restrooms. Parking by Southold Town permit only. 8670 Horton’s Lane, Southold 631-765-3363 New Suffolk Beach - Provides lifeguards and beach attendants. Lifeguards are on duty all week long from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm. Beach attendants are on staff on weekends only for the summer and can only issue daily parking permits. Resident and nonresident parking permits must be purchased at the Town Clerk’s Office. A boat launching ramp and ample parking facilities are available, by town permit only, for the general public. 2650 Jackson St., New Suffolk 631-734-6646

16. Paul Stoutenburgh Preserve, Southold 17. Sound View Dunes, Peconic 18. Wolf Preserve, Southold Beaches THE Inlet, Peconic 19. Goldsmith HAM 20. Goose Creek, Southold PTO NS 21. Iron Pier Beach, Jamesport 22. Kenney’s Beach, Southold

Norman E. Klipp Park - Also known as Gull Pond Beach. The beach overlooks Shelter Island and contains a large parking area, playground and has lifeguards and beach attendants on duty in the summer. Lifeguards are on duty all week long from 11am to 5pm. Beach attendants are on staff on weekends for the summer and can only issue daily parking permits. Resident and non-resident parking permits must be purchased at the Town Clerk’s Office. Parking and boat launching by Southold Town permit only. Manhanset Ave., Greenport Pipes Cove Beach - This property does not have lifeguards. Parking by Southold Town permit only. At the end of Pipes Neck Road. Off Route 25, Greenport Reeves Beach - Beach front swimming area, Restrooms, Gazebo and Parking. Off of Park Road, Riverhead 631-727-5744 South Jamesport Beach - 3,000’ on Peconic Bay preferred swimming for small children, shallow water. Handicapped accessible - wheel chairs for beach accessibility in season. Outdoor showers, restrooms, pavilion, playground, snack shack (opened during summer season). Gazebo, tennis and basketball courts, picnic area. Ample parking. Restricted area for seasonal Piping Plover breeding - expected thru late June. Off Peconic Bay Blvd, Jamesport 631-727-5744 Town Beach - The most used town-owned beach. Facilities include restrooms, playground, a picnic area and a beach wheelchair for disabled patrons. Parking by Southold Town permit only. Beach has lifeguards and beach attendants on duty during the summer. Lifeguards are on duty all week long 11am to 5pm. Beach attendants are on staff on weekends for the summer and can only issue daily parking permits. Parking permits must be purchased at the Town Clerk’s Office. 53005 Route 48, Southold 631-7652362 Wading River Beach - Beach front swimming area, Restrooms, Gazebo, Playground, boat launching access, parking available. End of Creek Road, Wading River 631-727-5744

23. McCabe’s Beach, Southold 24. New Suffolk Beach, New Suffolk 25. Norman E. Klipp Park, Greenport Cove Beach, Greenport 7926. Pipes 114Riverhead 27. Reeves Beach, 28. South Jamesport Beach, Jamesport 29. Town Beach, Southold 30. Wading River Beach, Wading River

Parking and Permit Information Parking permits are not required for parking at Southold’s parks and preserves. A Southold Town Beach Permit is required for parking at town beaches. A Southold Town Parking Permit is required for parking at the town boat ramps and road ends. Visitors to park district beaches and grounds may need to pay a fee. For more information regarding Town Properties, please contact Southold Town Clerk at 631-765-1800. Parking permits are required for Riverhead beaches Memorial Day to Labor Day. Call 631-727-3200 for info.

Dog Parks Duke Dog Park Columbus Avenue & Pulaski Street, Riverhead Isaac Dog Park Calverton at EPCAL Route 25, Calverton Southold Town Recreation Center Dog Park 970 Peconic Lane, Peconic

Pet Services Harbor Pet 631-477-1518 • www.harbor-pet.com Dog boarding by the hour so you can shop & dine in Greenport carefree. Grooming & supplies too. North Fork Animal Hospital 631-765-2400/631-749-2506 • northforkanimalhospital.com Full service veterinary hospital; boarding, bathing, house calls.

Please Remember Stay on designated trails. Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints. Leash your dog. Carefully check for ticks after your walk.

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8. Diliberto Winery • 631-722-3416 9. Duck Walk • 631-765-3500 10. Greenport Harbor Brewing Company 631-477-1100 234 Carpenter Street, Greenport 11. Greenport Harbor Brewing Company 631-477-1100 • 42155 Main Rd, Peconic 12. Harbes Family Vineyard • 631-298-9463 13. Jamesport Vineyards • 631-722-5256 14. Jason’s Vineyard • 631-238-5801 15. Kontokosta Winery • 631-477-6977

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1. Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard 631-369-0100 2114 Sound Avenue, Baiting Hollow 2. Bedell Cellars • 631-734-7537 3. Castello di Borghese Vineyard & Winery 631-734-5111 17150 Route 48 Cutchogue 4. Clovis Point • 631-722-4222 5. Coffee Pot Cellars • 631-765-8929 6. Corey Creek Vineyards • 631-765-4168 7. Croteaux Vineyards • 631-765-6099

offer special tours and tastings throughout the year. To learn what’s happening when you come to visit, check out the listings at GoNorthFork.org. Although famous as wine country, the North Fork has developed a broad craft beverage industry. Greenport Harbor Brewing has gone from start up brewery to a local powerhouse in just a few years; more breweries have opened in Riverhead. The North Fork has cideries and a few distilleries as well. We invite you to enjoy them all. (If you do, please be sure to take a cab, or have a designated driver.)

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The North Fork began its shift from potato country to wine country in 1973, when the Hargrave family planted the first vines. They were quickly followed by David Mudd, and over the ensuing decades the industry has grown to dozens of vineyards and wineries. Over the years, North Fork wines have gained acclaim, winning many awards. Each vineyard’s tasting room, like each vineyard’s wines, has its own unique flavor. Some are for 21 and older only; some welcome pets; some offer live music, art galleries and lawn games. Many vineyards

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38. Sherwood House Vineyards 631-779-2817 39. Shinn Estate Vineyards • 631-804-0367 7940. Sparkling Pointe 114 • 631-765-0200 41. Twin Stills Moonshine • 631-779-3199 5506 Sound Avenue, Riverhead 42. Vineyard 48 • 631-734-5200 43. Waters Crest Winery • 631-734-5065

Craft beer and local wine bar.

7 days. 12 to 12. BYOfood.

53345 Main Road, Southold, NY | 631 876 5246

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BORGHESE

17150 Route 48 Cutchogue, NY 11935 - 631.734.5111

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The Lenz Winery

(631) 734-6010 38355 Main Road/Route 25, Peconic

Macari Vineyards and Winery

(631) 298-0100 • (631) 734-7070 150 Bergen Avenue, Mattituck 24385 Main Road, Cutchogue

Raphael

(631) 765-1100 39390 Main Road/Route 25, Peconic

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Closed Major Holidays

Food on Site

Weddings/ Private Events

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Yes

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Borghese

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Patio/ Picnic Area

(631) 369-0100 2114 Sound Avenue, Baiting Hollow

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Bus Tour Parking

Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard

Yes

Gift Items

wineries

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(631) 779-3199 5506 Sound Avenue, Riverhead

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(631) 298-7677 165 Love Lane, Mattituck

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(631) 876-5246 53345 Main Road, Southold

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North Fork Taps & Corks

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(631) 477-1100 42155 Main Road, Peconic

See Website

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(631) 477-1100 234 Carpenter Street, Greenport

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9. Cutchogue Diner 27850 Main Rd., Cutchogue 631-765-1203 10. Deep Water Bar and Grille 47 Front Street, Greenport 631-333-2168 11. First and South 100 South St, Greenport 631-333-2200 12. The Frisky Oyster 27 Front St., Greenport 631-477-4265

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5. The Blue Duck Bakery 309 East Main St, Riverhead 631-591-2710 6. The Blue Duck Bakery 56275 Main Rd, Southold 631-629-4123 7. Braun Seafood Company 30840 Main Rd, Cutchogue 631-734-7770 8. Caci North Fork Restaurant 56125 Main Rd., Southold 631-765-4383

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1. A Lure Chowder House & Oysteria 62300 Main Rd., Southold 631-876-5300 2. aMano Osteria & Wine Bar 13550 Main Rd, Mattituck 631-298-4800 3. American Beech 300 Main St., Greenport 631-477-6571 4. The Blue Duck Bakery 130 Front St, Greenport 631-333-2060

very casual—classic Art Deco diners—to the fanciest of white tablecloth, multi-fork place settings. As our handy grid reflects, our restaurants offer a variety of unique features as well: stunning views, art galleries, signature dishes, lovely gardens or live music. In addition to the everyday culinary goodness, our chefs frequently pair up with local wineries and breweries for special pairing dinners throughout the year. Check out “Food, Farm and Vineyard” at www.GoNorthFork.org’s Weekend’s Best to discover delicious special events. Bon Appétit!

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Taste the North Fork: Enjoy our farm to table culture, reflected in our commitment to fresh, local ingredients. Sample our local fish, scallops and oysters which are harvested from Peconic Bay. Enjoy fruit, vegetables, mushrooms, meat, snails and dairy from our many farms. Savor oils, vinegars, sauces and pickles from our local culinary craftsmen. Treat yourself to fresh bread, candy and chocolate from local bakers and chocolatiers. The North Fork’s spectacular dining opportunities aren’t limited to our fresh, local ingredients. Our restaurants offer a huge range of idyllic settings for enjoying your meal. The options range from the

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16. Noah’s 136 Front St, Greenport 631-477-6720 17. Orient by the Sea 40200 Main Rd, Orient THE 631-323-2424 H M 18. Porto BelloARestaurant PTO NS Greenport 1410 Manhanset Ave, 631-477-1515

19. Sound View Restaurant 58775 Rte 48, Southold 631-477-0666 Fish Market 720. Southold 9 114Southold 64755 Rte 25, 631-722-3655

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Whether it is take-out, dine-in, or prepare-your-own, we have the freshest seafood selections our Bay has to offer... Plus a little more!

Looking for meal ideas tonight? (631) 765-3200

Hours: Mon - Thurs 8-7 * Fri & Sat 8-8 * Sun 8-7 64755 Main Road, Southold, NY (Opposite Goldsmith’s Boat Shop)

“Your Village Baker” - Open 7 Days Southold 631-629-4123

Riverhead* 631-591-2710

Greenport* 631-333-2060

Southampton* 631-204-1701

Artisan Breads Cakes Pies Cookies *Sandwiches *Soups *Salads

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LIVE • FRESH • FROZEN

Long Island’s Quality Seafood Source Braun Seafood 2 Go Takeout (631) 734-5550 Phone (631) 734-7770 • Fax (631) 734-7462 Main Rd., Cutchogue, New York 11935 www.BraunSeafood.com


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A Lure Chowder House & Oysteria

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(631) 591-2710 309 East Main Street, Riverhead

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(631) 629-4123 56275 Main Road, Southold

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631-876-5300 62300 Main Road, Southold aMano

Osteria & Wine Bar

(631) 298-4800 13560 Main Road, Mattituck

American Beech

(631) 477-5939 300 Main Street, Greenport

Blue Duck Bakery

(631) 333-2060 130 Front Street, Greenport

Blue Duck Bakery Blue Duck Bakery

Braun Seafood Company

(631) 765-4383 56125 Main Road, Southold

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(631) 734-7016 27850 Main Road, Cutchogue

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Cutchogue Diner

Deep Water Bar and Grille (631) 333-2168 47 Front Street, Greenport

First and South

(631) 333-2200 100 South Street, Greenport

The Frisky Oyster

(631)477-4265 27 Front Street, Greenport

Jedediah Hawkins

(631) 722-2900 400 S. Jamesport Avenue, Jamesport

Legends

(631) 734-5123 835 First Street, New Suffolk

Modern Snack Bar

(631) 722-3655 628 Main Road, Aquebogue

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ingredients in heart of Greenport

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Caci North Fork

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(631) 734-7770 30840 Main Road, Cutchogue

Water View

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Authentic Italian with local ingredients Serving home cooked meals in vintage diner since 1941 Best Greenport Harbor Views, Family Friendly Dining New American fare with local ingredients Catering and takeout available

Yes Yes

Soup, salad, sandwiches along with baked goods European Artisan bread, specialty cakes & custom orders Fresh local seafood to take out, prepare your self or dine outdoors.

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(631) 477-6720 136 Front Street, Greenport

Open All Year

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Orient by the Sea (631) 323-2424 Main Rd., Orient

Porto Bello Restaurant

(631) 477-1515 1410 Manhansett Avenue, Greenport

Sound View Restaurant (631) 477-0666 Rte. 48, Southold

Southold Fish Market

(631) 765-3200 61850 Main Road, Southold

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Waterfront dining on Stirling Harbor

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Fresh local seafood: take out, dine in or prepare yourself


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Breweries & Wineries Baiting Hollow Farm Vineyard - 2114 Sound Avenue, Baiting Hollow - 631-369-0100 - www.bhvineyard.com - p20 Castello di Borghese - 17150 Route 48, Cutchogue - 631-734-5111 www.castellodiborghese.com - p18 Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. - 234 Carpenter Street, Greenport 631-477-1100 - www.greenportbrew.com - 19 Greenport Harbor Brewing Co. - 42155 Main Road, Peconic 631-477-1100 - www.greenportbrew.com - 19 The Lenz Winery - 38355 Main Rd/Rte 25, Peconic 631-734-6010 - www.lenzwine.com - p17 Macari Vineyards & Winery - 150 Bergen Ave, Mattituck 631-298-0100; 24835 Main Rd, Cutchogue - 631-734-7070 www.macariwines.com - p18 North Fork Taps & Corks - 53345 Main Road, Southold 631-876-5246 - p18

Raphael - 39390 Main Rd., Rte. 25, Peconic - 631-765-1100 - p19 Roanoke Vineyards - 165 Love Ln, Mattituck 631-727-4161 - www.roanokevineyards.net - p45 Twin Stills Moonshine - 5506 Sound Ave, Riverhead 631-779-3199 - www.LIoOLDTYMER.com - p18

Dining American Beech - 300 Main Street, Greenport 631-477-5939 - americanbeech.com - p22 A Lure Chowder House & Oysteria - 62300 Main Rd., Southold 631-876-5300 - www.alurenorthfork.com - p24 aMano Osteria & Wine Bar - 13550 Main Road, Mattituck 631-298-4800 - www.amanorestaurant.com - p24 The Blue Duck Bakery - 130 Front St, Greenport 631-333-2060 - www.blueduckbakerycafe.com - p23 The Blue Duck Bakery - 309 East Main St, Riverhead 631-591-2710 - www.blueduckbakerycafe.com - p23 The Blue Duck Bakery - 56275 Main Rd, Southold 631-629-4123 - www.blueduckbakerycafe.com - p23 Braun Seafood Company - 30840 Main Rd, Cutchogue 631-734-7770 - www.BraunSeafood.com - p23 Caci North Fork Restaurant - 56125 Main Road, Southold 631-765-4383 - www.cacinorthfork.com - p21 Cutchogue Diner - Main Road, Cutchogue 631-734-7016 - www.cutchoguediner.com - p23 Deep Water Bar & Grille - 47 Front Street, Greenport 631-333-2168 - www.deepwaterbarandgrille.com - p22 First and South - 100 South Street, Greenport 631-333-2200 - www.firstandsouth.com - p23 The Frisky Oyster - 27 Front Street, Greenport 631-477-4265 - www.thefriskyoyster.com - p25 Jedediah Hawkins Inn - 400 S. Jamesport Ave, Jamesport 631-722-2900 - www.JHInn.com - p21 Legends - 835 First St, New Suffolk 631-734-5123 - www.legends-restaurant.com - p23 Modern Snack Bar - 628 Main Rd, Aquebogue 631-722-3655 - www.modernsnackbar.com - p21 Noah’s - 136 Front St, Greenport 631-477-6720 - www.chefnoahs.com - p25 Orient by the Sea - 40200 Main Road, Orient 631-323-2424 - www. orientbythesea.com - p22 Porto Bello Restaurant - 1410 Manhanset Ave, Greenport 631-477-1515 - www.portobellonorthfork.com - p22 Sound View Restaurant - 58855 North Road, Route 48, Greenport 631-477-1910 - www.soundviewinn.com - p1 Southold Fish Market - 64755 Rte 25, Southold 631-765-3200 - www.facebook.com/southoldfishmarket - p23

Essential Services Bridgehampton National Bank - 32845 Main Rd, Cutchogue 631-734-5002 - www.bridgenb.com - p32 Bridgehampton National Bank - 218 Front St, Greenport 631-477-0220 - www.bridgenb.com - p32 Bridgehampton National Bank - 10900 Main Rd, Mattituck 631-298-0190 - www.bridgenb.com - p32 Bridgehampton National Bank - 54970 Main Rd, Southold 631-477-8150 - www.bridgenb.com - p32


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Advertisers in the Guide Essential Services North Fork Animal Hospital and Shelter Island Clinic 58605 Route 25, Southold - 631-765-2400, 631-749-2506 www.northforkanimalhospital.com - p31 Patricia C. Moore, Attorney at Law - 51020 Main Rd, Southold 631-765-4330 - www.mooreattys.com - p 32 Peconic Landing - 1500 Brecknock Road, Greenport 888-273-2664 - www.peconiclanding.org - p7 People’s United Bank - 31525 Main Road, Cutchogue 631-734-5050 - www.peoples.com - p32 People’s United Bank - 1201 Ostrander Ave., Riverhead 631-727-6800 - www.peoples.com - p32 People’s United Bank - 4 West Second St., Riverhead 631-208-2350 - www.peoples.com - p32

Farmstands Bayview Farm & Market - 891 Main Road, Route 25, Aquebogue 631-722-3077 - p33 Catapano Farms - 47420 Main Rd, Southold 631-765-0047 - p33 Schmitt’s Farmstand on Sound - 3355 Sound Ave, Riverhead 631-807-9420 - www.schmittfamilyfarm.com - p33 Wickham’s Fruit Farm - 28700 Main Rd, Cutchogue 631-734-6441 - www.wickhamsfruitfarm.com - p34

fun, fitness, & recreation Dottie’s Pilates Plus Studio - 28080 Main Rd, Cutchogue 631-680-2778 - p35 East End Fencing Academy - 53345 Main Road, Unit 5-2, Southold 631-520-1528 - www.facebook.com/EastEndFencingAcademy - p36 East End Sporting Goods - 11500 Main Road, Mattituck 631-298-4552 - www.eastendsportinggoods.com - p35 Focus Farm - 1200 Cross River Drive, Riverhead 631-599-0655- www.FocusFarmNY.com - p36 Splish Splash - 2549 Splish Splash Dr., Calverton 631-727-3600 - www.splishsplash.com - p36

GALLERIES, HISTORic Sites, & MUSEUMS Suffolk County Historical Society - 300 West Main Street, Riverhead 631-727-2881 - www.SuffolkCountyHistoricalSociety.org - p37 VSOP Projects - 311 Front Street, Greenport 631-603-7736 - www.vsopprojects.com - p38

On the Water Great Peconic Bay Marina - 13 Washington Ave, South Jamesport 631-722-3565 - www.GreatPeconicBayMarina.com - p28 Lighthouse Marina - 229 Meetinghouse Creek Rd., Aquebogue 631-722-3400 - www.LighthouseMarina.com - p42 Orient by the Sea - 40200 Main Rd, Orient 631-323-2424 - www. orientbythesea.com - p22 Townsend Manor Inn - 714 Main St., Greenport 631-477-2000 - www.townsendinn.com - p11

Real Estate Brown Harris Stevens - 120 Front Street, Greenport 631-477-0551 - www.BrownHarrisStevens.com - p43 Century 21 Albertson Realty - 1146 Main Rd, Jamesport 631-722-2600 - albertsonrealty.com - p8 Century 21 Albertson Realty - 54280 Main Rd, Southold 631-765-3800 - albertsonrealty.com - p8 Century 21 Albertson Realty - 19 Front St, Greenport 631-477-2730 - albertsonrealty.com - p8 Donielle Cardinale, Daniel Gale - Sotheby’s International Realty 10095 Main Rd, Mattituck - 631-298-0300 - www.danielgale.com - p4 Daniel Gale - Sotheby’s International Realty 28080 Main Rd, Cutchogue - 631-734-5439 - www.danielgale.com - p5 Daniel Gale - Sotheby’s International Realty 114 Main St, Greenport - 631-477-0013 - www.danielgale.com - p5 Daniel Gale - Sotheby’s International Realty 10095 Main Rd, Mattituck - 631-298-0300 - www.danielgale.com - p5 Daniel Gale - Sotheby’s International Realty 70 Love Lane, Mattituck - 631-298-4130 - www.danielgale.com - p5 Douglas Elliman - 10200 Main Road, Mattituck - 631-298-8000 www.elliman.com - p3 Douglas Elliman - 124 Front Street, Greenport - 631-477-2220 www.elliman.com - p3 Nicholas J. Planamento, Town & Country Real Estate 6920 Main Road, Mattituck - 631-948-0143 www.TownandCountryHamptons.com - p44 Nicole T. LaBella, Town & Country Real Estate 16 Hampton Road, Southampton - 516-652-8888 www.TownandCountryHamptons.com - p53

Shopping Hampton Chocolate Factory - 117 Main Street, Greenport 1-800-861-0080 - www.hamptonchocolatefactory.com - p46 Harbor Pet - 120 Main Street, Greenport - 631-477-1518 www.harbor-pet.com - p46 Lombardi’s Love Lane Market - 170 Love Lane, Mattituck 631-298-9500 - www.lombardislovelanemarket.com - p45 Love Lane Sweet Shoppe - 125 Love Lane, Mattituck 631-298-2276 - www.LoveLaneSweets.com - p45 Mattituck Florist - 95 Love Lane, Mattituck 631-298-5840 - www.mattituckflorist.com - p45 Michelle’s Beauty Salon - 400 Pike Street, Mattituck 631-298-8962 - p45 Orlowski Hardware Company - 320 Love Lane, Mattituck 631-298-8420 - www.orlowskihardware.com - p45 Santa’s Christmas Tree Farm - 30105 Main Rd, Cutchogue 631-734-8641 - www.santaschristmastreefarm.com - p46

Transportation Cross Sound Ferry - 41270 Main Rd, Orient 631-323-2525 - www.longislandferry.com - p54 Cross Sound Ferry - 2 Ferry St. New London, CT 860-443-5281 - www.longislandferry.com - p54 Hampton Jitney - 253 Edwards Ave., Calverton 631-283-4600 - www.hamptonjitney.com - p48


Discover the North Fork Off-Season

As an agricultural community, Spring is a joyous time of green and flowers. It’s also a time before the summer crowds when our restaurants, wineries and shops can work together in ways the summer rush prevents. For example, in spring Caci North Fork—one of our premier restaurants—holds a wine dinner series, each showcasing a different North Fork vineyard. This year the dinners run through mid-June. Those four course prix fixe feature discussions with the winemakers along with the exquisite food, the kind of attention you just can’t get in summer. Also in Spring some wineries will have “pop up shops” to introduce their customers to other local businesses; Bridge Lane did a great series this past April. By mid-May the farmstands begin to open; Wickham’s starts with asparagus, rhubarb, greenhouse tomatoes, and of course its famous baked goods. April through June, the Rites of Spring music festival features fantastic concerts in beautiful North Fork venues, incorporating food and wine into the experience. Very North Fork. Believe it or not, off-season even exists in Summer, as long as you come in the middle of the week. Mid-week you can do everything and get a table at a restaurant much more easily. Peak season doesn’t end Labor Day, because harvest remains in full force. our farmstands are overflowing through Halloween. That said, the last big bash of the season--for Greenport at least--is the annual Maritime Festival in late September, this year September 22-24. Still, weekends remained packed with pumpkin-pickers and corn-maze goers through Halloween. (To pick a pumpkin you’re better off coming on a Wednesday.) Thanksgiving is a beautiful time here, and the Southold Historical Society holds a very special event every Thanksgiving Friday. The many historic buildings are decorated and opened for candlelight tours, with musicians and crafters in costumes as hosts. The evening ends with caroling and tree lighting. December brings Shellabration, a Greenport Village food festival for a good cause, and several historic holiday house tours. In November and December our wineries get less full, so they do more special classes and tastings. If you’d like to taste wine from the barrel, that’s a good time to come. In short, when you think the North Fork, think outside the summer weekend box. You’ll have a much richer experience if you do.

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When you’re on vacation, certain services can be simply essential: ATMs, post offices, hospitals, veterinarians, pharmacies and even--hope not--lawyers and the police station. Use the map at right to find all of these services. True, post offices are somewhat out of fashion, but sending postcards to the loved ones not lucky enough to be here with you is still a key part of vacation. Besides, our post offices are historic and quaint, worthy of a visit for that reason alone. To avoid overcrowding the map, we haven’t placed the pharmacies, or other helpful services like florists. They are easy to find anyway; Greenport, Southold, and Cutchogue all have pharmacies right on Main Rd., in the heart of each hamlet’s shopping district. Mattituck has two, virtually across the street from each other, again on the Main Rd. Florists are similarly common. Another essential service worthy of note as you meander our hamlets are our fire departments. They’re all volunteer. These men and women embody the North Fork spirit of community, and we are very grateful for their service.

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Emergency Help H. Peconic Bay Medical Center 1300 Roanoke Ave, Riverhead 631-548-6000 THELong Island Hospital H. Eastern HAPl, 201 Manor • 631-477-1000 MPGreenport TONHospital 22. North Fork Animal S 53 North Ferry Rd. Shelter Island 631-765-2400 23. North Fork Animal Hospital 58605 Route 25, Southold • 631-765-2400

24. Patricia C. Moore, Attorney at Law 51020 Main Rd., Southold • 631-765-4330 25. Southold Police Department 79 41405 NY-25, Peconic • 631-765-2600

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Retirement & Assisted Living Community 26. Peconic Landing 1500 Brecknock Rd., Greenport 631-593-8242

PATRICIA C. MOORE Attorney at Law

Residential & Commercial • Real Estate Zoning & Land Use • Wetland Permits 51020 Main Rd., Southold, NY 11971 Tel (631) 765-4330 • Fax (631) 765-4643 Visit us at www.mooreattys.com

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21. Harbes Family Farm and Vineyard 631-298-0800 22. Harbes Orchard • 631-369-1111 23. Harbes Western Farm • 631-722-2022 24. Hodun Farms • 631-369-3533 25. KK’s – The Farm 516-398-8731 • 631-765-2075 26. Krupski Farms • 631-734-6847 27. Latham Farms • 631-323-3701 28. Lavender By the Bay • 631-477-1019 29. Lewin Farm • 631-929-4327 30. Long Island Perennial Farm 631-727-0009 31. MarGene Organic Farms • 631-298-7688

Year Round Harvest Early North Fork crops include scallops, oysters, asparagus, greens, tomatoes (from greenhouses), rhubarb, and perhaps most fun…baby animals! Some farms will let you feed, pet and pose for pictures with their lambs and goat ‘kids’. As the season progresses, the berries come in, as do peas and cucumbers. Freshly laid eggs abound. Soon the produce, dairy and meat options become overwhelming. Sweet corn and melons are summer favorites. Heading into fall we get apples, pears, grapes, potatoes, pumpkins, and squash of all sorts. In December our Christmas Tree farms become the place to be. Cut your own or get a live, balled tree to plant back home. Throughout the winter and early spring, local greenhouses continue to supply produce at the Riverhead Farmer’s Market.

Quality growers for over 60 years... Annuals, perennials, mums PLUS our own fruits & vegetables, fresh chicken and eggs.

47420 Main Rd, Southold, NY 11971 (631) 765-0047

7th Generation and Growing! Bayview Market has everything you need for your table! • The largest selection of locally grown fresh produce • Freshly bakes pies, cookies and breads • Famous Long Island Ducks OPEN 7 DAYS 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 891 Main Road, Route 25 Aquebogue, NY

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11. East End Mushroom Company 631-876-5401 12. Farmer Joe • 631-806-4360 13. Farmer Mike 14. Filasky Farm • Filaskifarm@yahoo.com 15. Gabrielsen’s Country Farm 631-722-3259 16. The Garden Fusion • 631-477-1210 17. Garden of Eve Organic Farm 631-722-8777 18. Golden Earthworm Organic Farm 631-722-3302 19. Goodale Farms • 631-680-7499 20. Greenland Family Farms • 631-734-5791

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1. 8 Hands Farm • 631-533-2768 2. Anderson Farmstand • 631-727-2559 3. Bayview Farm & Market 631-722-4369 891 Main Rd/Rte. 25, Aquebogue 4. Biophilia Organic Farm • 631-722-2299 5. Breeze Hill Farm • 631-848-7730 6. Briermere Farms • 631-722-3931 7. Browder’s Birds Poultry Farm 631-477-6523 8. Catapano Dairy Farm • 631-765-8042 9. Catapano Farms • 631-765-0047 47420 Main Rd, Southold 10. Country View Farmstand • 631-903-1335

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The North Fork has a rich agricultural history that dates back to New England settlers in 1640. Though potatoes dominated for many years, vegetables, vineyards, orchards, berries, dairy and livestock can all be found today. Another shift has been toward sustainable and organic practices. One thing that has never changed: all of our farms are small, family operations. Our numerous farmstands offer visitors a variety of local, healthy food. Besides produce, many offer meat, dairy, cheese, specialty items, baked

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goods and hand crafted gifts. At some farms people can pick fruit, such as apples, berries and pumpkins, or select flowers, plants, trees—even Christmas trees. A few farms provide a full range of play for kids, with bouncy houses, corn mazes and pony rides. Our farming isn’t limited to land; we also have a deep and rich aquaculture tradition. When you visit, be sure to try our oysters, scallops, clams and fish. Even in the dead of winter a few farmstands remain open and you can always find farmers every weekend at the Riverhead Farmers Market, which is open Fall through Spring.

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Farmers’ Markets Greenport 114 Farmers’ Market 170 South St, Greenport Saturdays ​June 24 to Sept 16, 10 am - 2 pm Riverhead Farmers’ Market 117 E Main St, Riverhead (631) 208-8159 Open Fall through Spring

Wickham’s Fruit Farm Fresh Fruit & Homemade Pies Pick-your-own Wagon Rides Tours Approximate Pick-Your-Own Schedule Check out website for exact dates

www.wickhamsfruitfarm.com June- Strawberries July- Cherries, Blueberries & Raspberries August- Blackberries & Peaches September- Apples October- Apples & Pumpkins

CLOSED SUNDAYS 28700 Rt. 25, Cutchogue, NY 11935

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The North Fork is a great place to play outside and be healthy. From the world class waterpark in Riverhead to the pickle ball courts in Southold, every sort of track, field and court is available to the public. Our roads are flat and our scenery beautiful, so biking is a great activity here too. Our creeks and bays are perfect for kayaking and paddle boarding too. (Of course we have stunning beaches for swimming and trails for hiking, but see the section on Beaches & Hiking for that info).

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GALLERIES, Historic Sites, & Museums

An annual challenge while producing this magazine is using pictures to convey just how stunningly beautiful the North Fork is, how varied the opportunities here are, and just how much people enjoy being here. This year two professional portrait & editorial photographers pitched in: Madison Fender www.madisonfender.com Dave Benthal www.davidbenthal.com Two locals with an artistic eye helped out as well: Jennifer Murray, of Turtleback Farms www.facebook.com/TurtlebackFarm and East End Fencing www.facebook.com/EastEndFencingAcademy Marilyn Marks of Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast www.ShorecrestBedAndBreakfast.com (GoNorthFork’s Abigail Field also added a few.)

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Art Galleries 1. East End Arts 133 E Main St, Riverhead • 631-727-0900 2. Gallery Hotel 439 Main St., Greenport • 631-477-4000 3. Rosalie Dimon Gallery Jamesport Manor Inn 370 Manor Ln, Jamesport 631-727-0900 4. VSOP Projects  311 Front St., Greenport 631-603-7736

Discover North Fork Museums The Custer Institute and observatory offers free stargazing every Saturday night year round. It’s the oldest public observatory on Long Island, but it has a brand new, powerful telescope. They host an annual Astronomy Day, interesting talks, concerts and more. Ironically across the street is the Southold Indian Museum, which has a very deep collection of artifacts. The East End Seaport Museum in Greenport offers exhibits and lighthouse cruises May through October. The Long Island Railroad Museum maintains properties in both Riverhead and Greenport, and hosts Santa every year. Don’t Miss Out on Special Events  Sign up for our GoNorthFork.org newsletter to stay on top of the many special events and exhibits year round.

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Explore North Fork History Colonists arrived from New Haven, Connecticut in 1640. Our New England roots explain our village greens, beautiful churches, quaint Main Streets, and agricultural, rather than mercantile, economy. Discover what life was like over the past 300 years by visiting our many historic properties. Please check the historical societies’ websites for open hours as they are staffed by volunteers and open seasonally. Occasionally

re-enactors bring historic events to life, and regular lectures provide rich insights. Fresh Pond Ave

Experience North Fork Arts The North Fork’s beauty has inspired artists for centuries, and we have a vibrant arts community. Art galleries and open artists’ studios dot the North Fork, with a significant concentration in Cutchogue and Greenport. Community theater companies perform in Riverhead, Mattituck and Greenport, including staging Shakespeare in Greenport’s Mitchell Park in the summer. The historic Jamesport Meeting House and Poquatuck Hall host concerts. Enjoy performances at the beautiful Southold Opera House.

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19. The Suffolk County Historical Society 300 West Main St., Riverhead 631-727-2881

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Fishing on the North Fork

by Bill Stamatis

Visitors to the North Fork should take advantage of some

of the most exciting inshore saltwater sport fishing available

on Long Island. Our Peconic Bay and Long Island Sound are on the annual migratory path of species like fluke, weakfish,

in the shallow waters of our bays and harbors, and usually

arrive chasing massive schools of squid sometime in May.

Most of the local charter and party boats ply the waters

around Greenport and Shelter Island to take advantage of the

porgies, sea bass, striped bass and bluefish.

abundance of fish. The protected inshore waters are usually

provide bait and you can rent tackle when you come on board.

The easiest way to fish is to hop on open/party boats. They

Check their names and telephone numbers below, and look

for updates at the North Fork Captain’s Association website at www.northforkcaptains.com

Though you can fish the local waters most of the year,

sport fishing begins in earnest at the start of May, and ends

sometime after Thanksgiving. The arrival of fluke herald the

opening of the major season. These migrating flatfish spawn

very calm so you can bring the whole family.

Mother’s Day through Memorial Day you can double up

with multiple-hook rigs and catch both fluke and weakfish. As June begins you can enjoy catching porgies. A day catching

all three species is not uncommon.

Porgies are available from the end of May though the mid-

October and are perhaps the most abundant fish in the area.

They are a hoot to catch and put up a remarkable struggle as

you bring them to the surface. They are also one of the tastiest

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Brewer Stirling Harbor Marina Greenport • 631-477-0828 Brewer Yacht Yard at Greenport Greenport • 631-477-9594 Brick Cove Marina Southold • 631-477-0830 Clark’s Marine Repair  Shelter Island • 631-749-0089 Coecles Harbor Marina & Boatyard Shelter Island • 631-749-0700

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6. Goldsmith’s Boat Yard Southold • 631-765-1600 7. Great Peconic Bay Marina 13 Washington Ave., South Jamesport 631-722-3565 www.GreatPeconicBayMarina.com 8. Island Boatyard And Marina Shelter Island • 631-749-3333 9. Jack’s Marine, Bait & Tackle Shop Shelter Island Heights • 631-749-0114

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boat leaves from Greenport. Other companies will take you sailing, rent you kayaks, canoes and more. In this section you’ll also find everything you need to know to put your own boat in the water, and to go fishing on your own. Our waters are not just for play, however; we have a vibrant oyster, scallop and commercial fishery. Even if you don’t catch your own, be sure to enjoy some of that local goodness while you’re here.

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The North Fork is surrounded by bays and Long Island Sound, with hundreds of miles of coastline that are perfect for exploring by motor boat, sailboat, kayak, canoe and waterboard. Fish are abundant and fun to catch. The North Fork is home to many businesses who cater to your every fun-on-the-water need. We have many marinas, two of which allow you to rent boats by the day, and which also offer captain services. We have many sport fishing charter companies, most out in Orient Point, though the biggest party

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14. Strong’s Water Club & Marina Mattituck • 631-298-4739 15. Townsend Manor Inn 714 Main Street, Greenport 631-477-2000 www.townsendinn.com Concrete Boat Launches 16. Narrow River Road Boat Ramp, Orient (Hallocks Bay / Long Beach Bay) 17. NYS DEC - (Route 25)

18. Mill Creek Boat Ramp, Bayview Avenue South, Greenport (Mill Creek) 19. Norman E. Klipp Park Manhasset Ave, Greenport (Gull Pond) 20. Sandy Beach Road Boat Ramp, THE (Sterling Basin) Greenport HAM 21. Cedar Beach PRoad T Boat Ramp, Southold (Peconic Bay) ONS 22. Gagen’s Landing Road Boat Ramp, Southold (Goose Creek) 23. Pine Neck Road Boat Ramp, Southold (Jockey Creek / Town Creek)

24. Terry Lane Boat Ramp, Southold (Jockey Creek / Town Creek) 25. Parkers Landing Road Boat Ramp, Peconic (Richmond Creek) 79 26. New 4 Ramp, Jackson Street, Suffolk11 Boat New Suffolk (Peconic Bay) 27. Mattituck Creek Boat Ramp, (Route 48), Mattituck (Mattituck Creek) 28. NYS DEC ramp on Naugles Drive, Mattituck (Mattituck Creek)

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Sport Fishing Charters Leaving from Orient Point Black Rock Fishing • 631-323-3813 Brooklyn Girl Fishing • 631-395-7055 Bucktales • 631-965-3373 Castaway Fishing Charters • 631-816-3495 Coyote • 631-734-5754 Fishy Business • 516-316-6967 Jenglo Fishing • 631-323-2618 Monty Man II Charters • 631-363-2020 Nancy Ann IV • 631-477-2337 Orient Star IV • 631-747-7056 Rainbow Charters • 631-765-4314 Rob Thompson Fly Fishing & Light Tackle Excursions • 631-276-4391 Sundowner Charters • 631-765-2227

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local fish. When porgie fishing, there’s also a chance to catch blowfish or seabass, or a random weakfish or fluke.

By the time June rolls around, striped bass, the

premiere sport fish in the area, enter our waters after their

long migration from Chesapeake Bay or the Hudson River. Every striper you catch is a potential trophy, and stripers up

to 70 pounds have been caught locally. Of course, that is

rare, but 30- or 40-pounders are caught here every season.

Several boats in the area like the Rainbow, Nancy Ann, Prime Time III, and Fishy Business specialize in striped

bass fishing and may be available for charter. Check ahead of time because they may not have an opening for the day you want to go out.

Marauding bluefish arrive around the same time as

the stripers and provide a lot of excitement. These tackle-

busting fish have sharp teeth so they should be handled

carefully. Once they spawn they are voracious feeders, spitting up what they just swallowed to make room for their

Challenger • 631-477-0110 Eaton Lobster II • 631-765-1768 Nautic Lady • 631-786-841 Peconic Star Fleet • 631.875.2631 Primetime 3 • 631-323-2618 Reaper • 516-699-8811

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and measure the fish to make sure they adhere to size

Captain Bob Fishing Fleet • 631-860-4888

Small Boat Rental & Captain Services Lighthouse Boat Rentals • 631-722-2628 Aquebogue • lighthousemarina.com/boat-rentals Strong’s Marine Boat Rentals • 631-298-4770 Mattituck • www.strongsmarine.com To keep up with the local fishing news and learn what’s biting and where: The Fisherman Nor’East Saltwater Fishing

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next victim. Bluefish stay in the area for the entire season and when September comes around, young and old can

have fun catching the “snappers”-- baby bluefish 6- to 12-inches long -- that patrol the local beaches, bays and

Pay attention to seasonal bag limits for each species

regulations. See NYS Saltwater Fishing Regulations at www.dec.NY.gov

Sportfishing is one of main attractions of the North

Fork. Whether you want fish for the table or a trophy for the wall, a day of fishing could provide a lifetime worth of

memories.


Orient by the Sea

(631) 323-2424 • Marina 40200 Main Rd., Orient

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important to know Because of their relatively pristine condition and aquacultural importance, North Fork waters are a “no discharge zone.” That includes Long Island Sound and the Peconic Bay Estuary, Pump out stations are available, as are pump out boats:

TOWN OF SOUTHOLD Boats: • Fisher’s Island Yacht Club Boat • Town Pumpout Boat • Village of Greenport Pumpout Boat Stations: • Albertson Marina • Brick Cove Marina • Cutchogue Harbor Marina • Mitchell Park Marina • Port of Egypt • Claudio’s Marina • Strong’s Marine • New Suffolk Shipyard at School House Creek • New Suffolk Shipyard at Cutchogue Harbor

TOWN OF RIVERHEAD Boats: • Town Pumpout Boat Boat Stations: • Great Peconic Bay Marina, Inc • Lighthouse Marina, Aquebogue TOWN OF SHELTER ISLAND Boat Stations: • The Island Boatyard, Inc. • Coecles Harbor Marina & Boatyard

For more details and other important boating information, see the Association of Marine Industries’ Boater’s Guide.

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Real Estate

Living here is  the American dream. Naturally beautiful, the North Fork is a tiny bucolic farming community with quaint villages surrounded by bays, beaches, lakes and inlets.  Here you can escape the growing urbanization of the New York and Boston metropolitan areas while maintaining easy access to both.    Fresh food growing everywhere; unusual, mom and pop shops; stunning, peaceful landscapes; a vibrant arts scene; deeply rooted values of volunteerism and community building. Our farm to table, outdoors lifestyle makes healthy living simple.   Buying or renting Real Estate is a great way to enjoy our way of life. Many people start by renting here in the summer. Most quickly fall in love with the North Fork and buy a home for summers and then retirement. Increasingly people move here to raise their children, eager for our wholesome ways and good schools.   Today’s North Fork is a dynamic year-round community, far less seasonal than before. The energy comes from our diversity: Original colonial families still tilling their land and preserving tradition, mixed with new(er) folks from everywhere and all walks of life adding their talents to the mix.    The North Fork has an amazing variety of homes very well adjusted to the area’s interesting citizenry: gorgeous waterfront mansions and tiny vacation shacks; fixer uppers and newly built homes. Or rent an apartment or Bay beach home with pool.   If you’d like to consider buying—or to test the waters with a long vacation rental—contact one of the many real estate professionals here. The members of the Hamptons and North Fork Realtors Association and other advertisers can help you purchase or a rent a home or an apartment. Their local expertise gives you the advantage!


shopping Walkable Hamlets

The North Fork features an old-school shopping experience that’s so hard to

Love Lane in Mattituck epitomizes this aesthetic, thriving less than half a mile

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Come stroll, meet a shopkeeper or two, and find something you just can’t get

anywhere else.

Small Business Community Hamlet businesses cooperate with each other in many ways that help each downtown thrive. For example, Love Lane hosts First Fridays throughout the summer and the fall, a mix of farmers’ market, block party, and smorgasbord. Musicians play, shops offer special ‘bites’ and ‘sips’, aka small servings of wonderful food and drink.

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1. Lombardi’s Love Lane Market Fine Foods, Catering & Cafe 170 Love Lane • 631-298-9500 www.lombardislovelanemarket.com 2. Love Lane Sweet Shoppe #1 Chocolatier and Gift Shop on the North Fork 631-298-2276 www.LoveLaneSweets.com 3. MATTITUCK FLORIST Unique flowers, pottery, gifts and more 95 Love Lane • 631-298-5840 www.mattituckflorist.com

4. Michelle’s Beauty Salon You will LOVE how you look 400 Pike Street • 631-298-8962 5. Orlowski Hardware Company Old-Fashioned Hardware Store 631-298-8420 www.orlowskihardware.com 6. Roanoke Vineyards Fine wines from Long Island’s North Fork 165 Love Lane • 631-727.4161 www.roanokevineyards.net

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services, and companies that help you bike around to tastings as a group. Hampton Jitney Stops

Car Rentals 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car • 631-369-6300 1076 Route 58, Riverhead Enterprise Rent-A-Car • 631-369-6300 Hertz Local Edition • 631-298-2692 29950 Main Rd, Cutchogue Hertz Local Edition • 631-727-7892 1830 W Main St, Riverhead Hertz Rent A Car • 631-727-3180 1681 W Main St Riverhead Hertz Local Edition • 631-765-5298 62300 Route 25, Southold

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Aquebogue East of the Meeting House Deli Cutchogue In front of the Daniel Gale Agency at 28080 Main Road, Route 25 East Marion Across from the Post Office at Bay Avenue & Route 25 Greenport Parking lot behind LIRR Station

10. Jamesport In front of the Municipal Park on Route 25 11. Laurel Across the street from Laurel Post Office 12. Mattituck Across the street from Waldbaum’s shopping center 13. Orient Point Snack Bar in Ferry Parking Lot 14. Orient Village In front of the Monument 15. Peconic Across from Greenport Brewery on Rte 25

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SHUTTERS and SAILS Fishers Island STEVEN M SILIATO REAL ESTATE INC Rocky Point SYMA JOFFE GERARD Eastport THE HAMPTONS REAL ESTATE. COM, INC Westhampton TOWN AND COUNTRY Mattituck, Southold, Westhampton Beach VILLAGE REAL ESTATE Hampton Bays

Hamptons & North Fork REALTORS ® Association Inc. P.O. Box 427 Southold, NY 11971 1-631-734-8310 (O) 1-866-941-8682 (F) www.hanfra.com www.hanfra.org


ACCOUNTANTS Kelly J. Fogarty Lemonda & Associates ART & CULTURE Mattituck – Laurel Historical Society ATTORNEYS Keegan, Keegan, Ross & Rosner, LLP Twomey Latham, Shea, Kelly, Dubin, & Quartararro, LLP Wickham, Bressler & Geasa, PC William Goggins, Esq. Wolinsky, Parnell & Montgomery, LLP AUTO Dinizio’s Service Center Lou’s Service Station Tony’s Complete Auto Repair BANKS Bridgehampton National Bank Capital One Bank CATERING / EVENTS / ENTERTAINMENT American Tent At Your Service Party Rental & Beverages Lick-itty Splitz Ice Cream Cartz North Fork Community Theatre DINING A Mano Agora – The Little Greek Market Ammirati’s of Love Lane CJ’s American Grill Cliff’s Elbow Room & Elbow Too! Espresso North Fork good food. Handy Pantry La Tienda Lombardi’s Market Love Lane Kitchen McDonald’s – Hunt Enterprises, Inc. Michelangelo’s Pace’s Dockside Village Cheese Shop HEALTH & WELL BEING / PHYSICIANS Alex Boukas, DDS Eastern Long Island Hospital Francis A. Kestler, DDS Dr. James Hinsch, Chiropractor North Fork Breast Health North Fork Optical Philip J. Centonze, DMD Prime Care Medical of Long Island Schweiger Dermatology Group, LLC

40th Annual Love Lane Street Fair Saturday July 8th

HOME IMPROVEMENT / SERVICES Burt’s Reliable, Inc. Condon Engineering, PC Custom Carpentry by John B. Kirmish, Jr. Custom Lighting of Suffolk GJS Electric, LLC GNS / Mermaid – The WaterWorks Man! Kolb Mechanical Corp. Laurel Stone Supply Plus, Inc. Mattituck Plumbing & Heating Corp. North Fork Custom Audio Video, LLC North Fork Pool Care North Fork Sealcoating Orlowski Hardware Seifert Construction Corp. Shade Tree Nursery Shamrock Christmas Tree Farm

RETAIL Altman’s Needlearts Bauer’s Love Lane Shoppe Cecily’s Love Lane Gallery East End Sporting Goods Gifts Unlimited Love Lane Sweet Shoppe Love Lane Toys Mattituck Florist and Garden Shop Mattituck Presbyterian Church – Good News Thrift Shop Mint North Fork Saddlery Renee’s Fashions & Chaps Corner Repurpose Project, The J. Sheilds Fine Wines & Spirits Wick & Wine Candle Co.

INSURANCE Roy H. Reeve Insurance, Inc.

SCHOOLS Mattituck – Cutchogue USFD

LODGING Blue Iris B&B Cedar House on Sound B&B Cliff and Ed’s Campground Duncan Inn, The Fig & Olive B&B

SERVICES Cardinal Management, LLC DeFriest – Grattan Funeral Home Haircutters of Love Lane Kardwell International, Inc. Mattituck Environmental Services Mattituck Laundry Northeastern Equipment Unlimited, Inc. North Fork Luxury Transporters, LLC Suffolk Security Systems, Inc. Village Marine

MARKETING / MULTI-MEDIA East End Local Media Express Magazine, The ICVM Media Group Times Review News Group MEMBERS AT LARGE Leonard Llewellyn Henry Raynor REAL ESTATE Andrew Stype Realty BABS Corp. (Glenwood Office Bldg.) Cardinale Group @ Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Int’l Realty Century 21 Albertson Realty Community Rentals & Sales Realty Douglas & Elliman Real Estate Mary Lentini – Daniel Gale Sotheby’s Town & Country Real Estate RECREATION Country Time Cycle Go Fish Jamesport Bait & Tackle Strong’s Water Club & Marina Mattituck - Laurel Library

SPAS AND SALONS Blue Sage Day Spa Clientology Salon & Day Spa Michelle’s Beauty Salon VINEYARDS Macari Vineyards Roanoke Vineyards Board Members: New President – Danielle LaScala New Vice President – David Perrin Treasurer – Kelly Fogarty Secretary – Sandy Lazar Director – Donielle Cardinale Director – Michael Affatato Director – Martin Finnegan Past President – Terry McShane Retiring – Brooke Daily In Memoriam - Pat Patchell

The First Friday of each month from June through October June 9th, July 7th, August 4th, Sept 1st, Oct 6th www.MattituckFirstFridays.com


The North Fork Chamber of Commerce would like to thank all its Members for their continued support and remind everyone to continue Shopping Locally. Come to a Meeting and grow your network, or simply visit us online at northforkchamber.org. NORTH FORK CHAMBER OF COMMERCE MEMBERS 2017 Real Estate Abatelli Real Estate & Appraisal • Albertson Realty Southold • Albertson Realty - Greenport • Albertson Realty - Jamesport • Corcoran Group Southold • Joan Tyrer Realty • Lynda Rehm, Corcoran Group • NOFO Real Estate, LLC • North Fork Real Estate, Inc. • North Fork Real Estate Showcase • Thomas McCarthy Real Estate • Town & Country Real Estate - Southold • Daniel Gale - Cutchogue Printing Services Academy Printing • Ink Spot Insurance Advantage Title, Chris Nuzzi • Allstate Insurance, Chris Manfredi • MassMutual Long Island / Gil Barahona • New York Life / Peter Kanuika Marina/Boating/Fishing Albertson Marine • Fishing Adventures w/Captain Rob Thompson • New Suffolk Shipyard & Marina LLC • North Fork Captains Association • Peconic Water Sports • Port of Egypt Marine • Sail Long Island • Sea Tow Services • Triangle Sea Sales • Wooden Boatworks • Romeo Dimon Marine Home & Garden Clarke’s Garden • Chick’s Agway of Southold • Garden Fusion • Goldin Furniture • Shade Tree Nursery • Soundside Landscaping, Inc. • Southold ACE Hardware • Trimbles of Corchogue Nursery, Ltd. Local Shops Bath & Linens • Carol’s Kids Corner • Bloomstrings • Crinolin Fashion Boutique • Altman’s Needle Arts • Harbor Pet • North Fork Bridal Shoppe • North Fork Natural • Old Orchard Farm Store • One Love Beach • Phoebe & Belle • Revel North Fork • Robert Scott Personal Jeweler • Santa’s Christmas Tree Shop • Seabags • Wm. J. Mills & Company Party & Event Services American Tent Company • East End Weddings / Event Guide • North Fork Weddings & East End Experience, Ltd. Funeral Home DeFriest Grattan Funeral Homes Tourism Discovery Maps

Bed & Breakfast / Lodging Blue Iris Bed & Breakfast • Coffey House Bed & Breakfast • Fig & Olive Bed & Breakfast • Heron Suites • Jedediah Hawkins Inn • North Fork Guest House • Orient Inn • Sannino Bella Vitas B&B • Soundview Inn • Southold Beach Motel • Stirling House Bed & Breakfast • Sunnyside Up Bed & Breakfast • Terrace Cottage Colony • The Blue Inn at North Fork • The Duncan Inn • Wells House Bed & Breakfast • Harbor Knoll Bed & Breakfast Home Services Blackstone Property Management • Burt’s Reliable • Custom Lighting of Suffolk • East End Pool King • Flanders Heating & Air Conditioning • Hommel, Inc Plumbing & Heating • Jernick Moving & Storage • John Kowalski Masonry & Landscaping • Mattituck Environmental Services • North Fork Professional Services / Frank Buonaiuto • Ratsey Construction • Screen Repair, Inc. • Suffolk Security Systems • Terra Tech Site Development • Tortorella Group • Vector East, Ltd. Custom Construction • WCVH Landscaping Services • Indoor Environmental Services • Cleanroom Connection Spa Blue Sage Day Spa • Spa Bellazza Local Eateries Boom Burger • Braun’s Seafood • Claudio’s • Cliff’s Elbow Room • Espresso North Fork • Hellenic Snack Bar • Jedediah Hawkins • Lucharitos • Michelangelo’s of Mattituck • Noah’s • Orient by the Sea • PortoBello • Six.Three.One • Soundview •Touch of Venice Healthcare & Living Assistance At Home Services for the Independent Living • Northwell Health/Peconic Bay Medical Center • Cutchogue Pharmacy • Eastern Long Island Hospital • Eastern Suffolk Transportation, LLC • Medical House Calls of the North Fork • Peconic Landing • Peconic Retreat Assisted Living • San Simeon by the Sound • SeniorHELPER • Southold Pharmacy Financial Bridgehampton National Bank • People’s United, Formerly Suffolk County National Bank • Ameriprise Financial • Capital One Bank - Southold • M & T Bank - Southold • Markowitz, Fenelon & Bank LLP • Rudolph Bruer IV, Financial Advisor

Transportation Cross Sound Ferry Services • Hampton Jitney, Inc. • North Fork Luxury Transporters Educational and/or Nonprofit Custer Institute & Observatory • Peconic Land Trust • Shelter Island Chamber of Commerce • Southold Opera • True Light Church Equestrian Hunt Print Farm • Sunnymist Farms Health Improvement East End Gym Guyz • Dottie’s Pilates Plus • JABS • North Fork Physical Therapy • The Body Smart Studio • VG The Body Mechanic Automobile & Service Cutchogue Valero Fuel • Mullen Motors, Inc. • Southampton Auto Marine & Upholstery Professional Services Farrell Fritz, P.C. • Hunzinger Accounting & Financial Solutions • Lagomarsino, Eierman & Schulken, LLC • Paychex / Vicki Perks • Tax Reduction Services Specialty & Local Foods Greenport Jerky Company • Hampton Chocolate Factory • East End Mushroom Company • Krupski’s Farm • Love Lane Sweet Shop • Salamander’s on Front • Southold Fish Market • Braun’s Seafood • Vines & Branches • Wickham’s Fruit Farm Membership Clubs Island’s End Golf & Country Club • North Fork Country Club • Peconic Bay Yacht Club Communication Long Island Radio Broadcasting • Sag Harbor Express / Express Magazine • SNL Marketing Inc. • Times-Review Group • East End Local Media Corp. (Southold/Riverhead Local) North Fork Vineyards Mattebella Winery & Vineyards • Raphael Winery & Vineyards • Sannino Bella Vitas Vineyard Galleries Siren’s Song Gallery/Museum Southold Town Richard Caggiano / Assessor

It’s no longer a secret. Since 1640 the North Fork of Long Island has developed its own unique history. Whether visiting one of our wineries, picking up fresh produce, shopping downtown, or chatting over dinner amongst new friends - perhaps a B&B owner - each hamlet has something different to offer. You’ll find each day a new adventure. We’re so easy to get to, you’ll never want to leave...

For a list of everything to see and do, please visit:

www.northforkchamber.org


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