Combine your love of history with a great meal in the welcoming environment of one of Suffolk County’s historic restaurants. Find yourself in the best culinary company at restaurants located in some pretty amazing Long Island historical sites.
Historic restaurant highlights include great little clam shacks and seafood restaurants on the water, including one of the oldest family-owned and operated restaurants in America. Or enjoy the mystery of restaurants that have a darker history during the times of Prohibition. You can dine in a historic landmark in East Hampton or a 1920s hotel on Shelter Island.
Other restaurants are located in former inns, banks, and homes, many with history the wait staff would love to share.
Browse the listings below for more of historical places on Long Island to enjoy a delicious meal and find other top Long Island restaurants on our Restaurants page.
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