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Savor the Flavors of Greenport's Culinary Scene

Area Attractions

From cozy cafes serving up indulgent brunches to waterfront bistros offering fresh seafood with stunning views, Greenport's diverse dining scene promises a delectable experience for every palate. Savor farm-to-table flavors at trendy hot spots, sip craft cocktails at lively pubs, or indulge in decadent sweets from local bakeries – this charming village truly has something to satisfy every craving. 

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The Arshamomaque Pond Preserve is a nature preserve located in Greenport, New York, on the North Fork of Long Island. It offers visitors a peaceful place to explore and enjoy various coastal and marine ecosystems. 

Distance: 1.1 miles

VSOP Projects is a contemporary art gallery in Greenport Village on Long Island's North Fork. It represents and exhibits works by emerging and established artists. In addition to the gallery space, it also features a design shop and private gardens. The gallery aims to showcase various artists working across multiple mediums. It hosts rotating exhibitions, events, and programs related to contemporary art.

Distance: 1.8 miles

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Greenport has a rich maritime history, having been a major whaling port in the 19th century, with 24 whaling ships making 103 voyages between 1795 and 1859. It was also a center for shipbuilding, with over 550 boats constructed in Greenport from the early 19th century through World War II. Greenport is a popular tourist destination known for its charming downtown area with boutiques, restaurants, and bed-and-breakfasts. It is home to the East End Seaport Museum & Marine Foundation, which celebrates the area's maritime heritage.

Distance: 1.9 miles

Mitchell Park is a beloved public space in downtown Greenport. It offers recreational amenities, a working marina, event spaces, and scenic views of the harbor - making it a popular attraction in this historic maritime village. Major attractions in the park include an antique 1920s carousel that operates year-round, a camera obscura building with views of the harbor, and an outdoor ice-skating rink during winter months. The park hosts various events and activities like concerts, dancing, and tai chi classes, especially in the summer. It features green spaces with lawns and walking paths along the waterfront.

Distance: 1.9 miles

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Shelter Island is a tranquil island off Long Island's East End with a history of religious retreats and a seasonal resort-town atmosphere. It also inspires artistic and literary works set in its secluded coastal environs. Shelter Island boasts around 20 miles of coastline, encompassing sandy beaches with lifeguards and amenities like Wades Beach and Crescent Beach, as well as more rustic and secluded beach areas like Shell Beach. Beach access is open to both residents and visitors with the appropriate permits.

Distance: 2.1 miles

The East End Seaport Museum is a maritime museum located in Greenport, New York on the North Fork of Long Island. It aims to preserve and showcase the rich marine heritage of the region. Some key features of the museum include: Exhibits and Collections, Historic Buildings, and Educational Programs The East End Seaport Museum provides a unique opportunity to explore and experience the maritime history that has shaped the culture and economy of Long Island's East End.


Distance: 2.1 miles

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The Custer Observatory is an astronomical observatory located in Southold, New York, on the North Fork of Long Island.  It is Long Island's oldest public observatory (est.1927). Open to the public every Saturday evening from dusk until midnight; you can schedule a tour of the facilities and the night sky through their powerful telescopes. Custer has a library, exhibit room, and gift shop: frequent lectures, classes, concerts, art exhibits, and other special events.

Distance: 5.5 miles

Orient Point is situated at the very end of the North Fork peninsula, jutting out into the Long Island Sound. It is surrounded by water on three sides - the Long Island Sound to the north, Gardiner's Bay to the east, and Peconic Bay to the south. Orient Beach State Park offers swimming, picnicking, and kayaking in the saltwater marsh. The Orient Point ferry terminal services New London, Connecticut, and nearby casinos. The Orient Country Store acts as a social hub for the community. Orient Point Lighthouse, built in 1899, stands at the easternmost point of Long Island.

Distance: 5.6 miles

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Greenport Theatre is a historic movie theater in the heart of Greenport Village. The theater building dates back over 100 years and was recently acquired by the newly formed non-profit North Fork Arts Center (NFAC) in 2023 to preserve it as a cultural arts venue. NFAC aims to make the Greenport Theatre a dynamic cultural hub celebrating the arts while fostering community engagement and economic growth on the North Fork.

Distance: 1.9 miles

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