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Best Restaurant on the North Fork

If you’re planning on a day trip or weekend stay to the North Fork this summer, then this round-up will come in handy. You’ll be in culinary heaven at these four North Fork eateries.


Credit: Noah's

Noah’s has been serving delicious farm-to-table fare in the heart of Greenport for over a decade now. Favorite noms include crab stuffed deviled eggs, grilled local asparagus, filet mignon sliders, grilled sardines and Kobe beef burger. Noah's is also a proud supporter of local farms, vintners, fisherman, and foragers like Latham's, Satur Farms, Bhavana, Orient Organics, RGNY Wines, Crescent Duck Farms, and others.


Credit: Anker

Anker overlooks the beautiful Greenport Harbor in a building modeled after a multi-level sailboat. The menu reflects the day’s catch and weekly harvest, highlights include Montauk swordfish steak, chargrilled oysters, watermelon salad and coal-fired and halibut tartare. At the bar, you can expect a mix of classic and seasonal cocktails, such as Rhumb Line with cinnamon dark rum, Jamaican pot still rum, pineapple and tiki bitters and Sink Me with SongBird Coffee Liquor, spiced rum, mezcal, chocolate bitters, espresso and orange zest.

The Dimon Estate

Credit: The Dimon Estate

From farm to table and dock to dish, enjoy fresh and seasonally-inspired dishes at The Dimon Estate in Jamesport. Favorites include togarashi tuna, duck confit rangoon, Asian pork meatballs, Jamesport fired brie, miso glazed cod and duck drumettes.


Credit: Lucharitos

Since 2012, Lucharitos has been welcoming guests to sit back, unwind and enjoy Tex-Mex dishes and superb margaritas. With locations in Greenport, Center Moriches, Mattituck and Melville, you can get your lucha fix wherever you are on the island.

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