There is always something to do on the East End of the North Fork of Long Island, NY.
Long Island Wine Country
Alex and Louisa Hargrave planted the first vineyard on Long Island in 1973 in the town of Cutchogue, N.Y. Now, more than forty years later, the region has grown into one of the most exciting up-and-coming wine regions in the country, and Louisa is a welcomed member of our community, providing seasonal updates on all things wine.
“When you visit the Long Island Wine Region, you share in the pride that we have for our people, our land and the culture that make us unique.”
Long Island Wine Council
Long Island is one of America’s most diverse wine-growing regions, producing desirable, high-quality wines. With a wide range of grapes that successfully grow in Long Island’s cool maritime climate, the region produces wine with moderate alcohol, intense aromatics, and crisp acidity. Learn more by exploring Long Island Wine Country.
Beaches & Parks
Whether sailing the Long Island Sound or clamming in Peconic Bay waters, the North Fork is a seaside destination. Public beaches and park preserves are sprinkled throughout Greenport and neighboring hamlets, offering some of the best kayaking and fishing around. Our fitness team takes advantage of these resources regularly, offering clamming and kayaking trips each summer, and weekly nature walks and hikes.
Learn more by exploring nearby beaches, parks and hiking trails.
The members and staff at Peconic Landing are proud to support neighboring Long Island businesses. Nearby there are seemingly endless restaurants, shops, grocery stores, & much more.
Incorporated in 1848, the Village of Greenport has a vibrant downtown with a historic movie theater, maritime museum, marinas and a waterfront park complete with a restored carousel, ice-skating rink, grassy amphitheater and more. You can explore quaint shops and boutiques and then relax over a delicious meal at one of many restaurants. The summer season brings live music and Dances in the Park, with winter weather offering skating, caroling and more.
300 Main Street | Greenport | 631.333.2323
American Beech is a modern American restaurant inspired by the farming, fishing and viticulture industries of the North Fork and the eclectic cultures and cuisines of the surrounding regions. The menu showcases market-fresh and local ingredients of the highest quality designed to be an everyday neighborhood restaurant with something for everyone.
34 Front Street | Greenport | 631.333.2525
Relaxed family-friendly pub known for craft beer, seafood, burgers and televised sports. The perfect place to bring your family, grab a bite, watch a game and enjoy.
36225 Main Road | Cutchogue | 631.734.7537
Bedell Cellars is a pioneering, family-owned winery in the Long Island wine growing region. They are dedicated to quality and creativity in their red and white wines.
2530 Manhasset Avenue (Brewers Yacht Yard) | Greenport | 631.477.8300
Billy’s by the Bay! Fresh Seafood and Lobster restaurant, located in Greenport, NY, in the beautiful Brewer Yacht Yard. They offer welcoming, friendly service in a casual Key West atmosphere!
110 Front Street | Greenport | 631.333.2323
Casa Amigos Restaurante serves fresh Mexican/American food. An array of classic cantina-style fare in a white tablecloth dining room with modern, homey vibes. Experience Mexican flavors without leaving Greenport!
111 Main Street | Greenport | 631.477.0627
Opened in 1845, today, Claudio’s is actually four restaurants in one: Claudio’s, Claudio’s Waterfront, Crabby Jerry’s and a Pizza Spot! All four offer locally sourced ingredients, including seafood, produce and wine. Families can visit Claudio’s by foot, car or boat!