Outdoor and indoor dining is now available across Long Island and we couldn’t be more excited to safely return to some of our favorite spots. Here is a list of the eateries on our dining bucket list this summer. Be sure to follow our “Guest Pledge” by staying safe, wearing a mask when not seated at your table, and keeping proper social distancing in place so that we can all enjoy the perks of our local dining scene with #renewedgratitude.
(600 Long Beach Rd, Island Park): One of Long Island’s oldest clam bars, Peter’s Clam Bar & Seafood Restaurant in Island Park has been shucking clam’s waterside since 1940. A summertime staple, clam-lovers come far and wide for their top-notch raw bar selection, fresh seafood and of course, the clams.
Now open for outdoor dining, take-out, delivery and dock-side delivery.
(610 Smithtown Bypass, Smithtown): A premier Anthony Scotto restaurant with traditional steakhouse offerings. The menu features dry-aged steaks, fresh seafood and sushi. Now open for outdoor dining, reservations are required. Seating times are Tuesday – Saturday starting at 5 p.m. and Sunday starting at 4 p.m..
Take-out and Delivery are also available.
(Locations in Smithtown/East Islip): Seasonal fresh, locally caught seafood classics served up daily. Indoor and outdoor dining now open. Reservations are required.
Curbside take-out and marketplace orders available.
(240 Love Lane, Mattituck): A must-stop North Fork restaurant serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner year-round with tasty desserts, cocktails and local beer and wine. Now available for online orders with contactless pay options.
Pick-up orders or enjoy outdoor seating.
(258 E. Montauk Hwy, Hampton Bays): This coastal hidden gem serves up new American cuisine with killer views of Hampton Bays.
The perfect family friendly spot now open for indoor and outdoor dining daily starting at 11:30 a.m. as well as curbside and dockside pick-up. Reservations are required.
(111 Main Street, Greenport): The historic Claudio’s in Greenport has been serving up fresh fare to seafood lovers for over 145 years. Known for their famed clam chowder and cold-water Canadian lobsters, patrons can dine in the upscale (socially distanced) restaurant, the outdoor clam bar or take-out eatery, Crabby Jerry’s.
Claudio’s also offers boat dockside dining and boat delivery.
(1980 Montauk Hwy, Amagansett): A staple for over fifty years, The Lobster Roll Restaurant, or LUNCH as it is more affectionately known by the iconic sign that overlooks Old Montauk Highway, is an iconic clam shack and must-visit dining experience on Long Island. Renowned for their Classic Hot and Cold Lobster Rolls, LUNCH serves up an extensive menu of fresh grilled, broiled, fried and stuffed seafood.
Now open for outdoor dining, curbside and call-in orders.
(117 North New York Avenue, Huntington): This sushi bar and steakhouse restaurant serves up classic favorites with a modern twist to provide guests with waterfront dining indoors and out.
Now open for socially distanced indoor and outdoor dining, take-out and curbside/dockside pick-up.
(780 Bay Walk, Ocean Beach, FI): Island Mermaid serves up island-inspired cocktails, a relaxed fun vibe and delicious meals with an unstoppable view. Utilizing the freshest in-season ingredients, this must-visit restaurant is guaranteed to get you in vacation mode.
Now open for outdoor dining, take-out, and delivery.
(127 Main Street, Stony Brook): The picturesque village of Stony Brook is known for its charming downtown and rich history, but they are also home to Brew Cheese, a craft beer bar stocked with over 60 different artisanal cheeses, eight curated taps of specialty IPA’s and a specialty grilled cheese menu that is sure to make any cheese lover swoon.
Offering curbside pick-up, take-out, and outdoor dining (limited hours) for lunch and dinner.
(45 Seventh Street, Garden City): The Patio Bar by David Burke at The Garden City Hotel provides a lush garden escape with bites and cocktails from the top chef.