Visit Long Island Wine Country on Suffolk County’s North Fork and you’ll find more than three dozen wineries open to the public for tastings and tours. Many of these North Fork vineyards feature regular entertainment, ranging from food pairings and musical guests to cellar tours and cabaret nights. You’ll also find a distillery and local breweries, many of which serve local cuisine.
Although it was recently named one of the ‘Top Ten Wine Regions in the World’ by Wine Enthusiast magazine, there are many more things to do on the North Fork than visit great wineries. The North Fork is one of the main ‘foodie’ destinations in Suffolk County, where local chefs at top-rated restaurants take advantage of locally grown produce and farm-raised livestock to grace their tables. And of course, a fresh restaurant meal in Suffolk County wouldn’t be complete without the local seafood that’s caught daily, including fish, clams, oysters, scallops and more. Embark on anEpicurean Adventure in Suffolk County, New York.
You’ll also find small villages, antique shops and historic sites, including a Native American archeological site and an historic observatory with regular Saturday evening viewings. You can explore nearby islands with a ferry from the North Fork as well.
On the west end, Riverhead boasts major hotels, a huge outlet mall, an aquarium, an historic theatre, a brewery and more. Heading east Greenport has a local brewery, historic carousel, harbor front shopping, dining and other great activities and events for family friendly fun.
Or travel to the furthest point east on the North Fork where you can book fishing charters or walk through the beautiful Orient Beach State Park.
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