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Named by Forbes as one of the prettiest towns in the United States, Greenport is a lovely town located on the North Fork with plenty to offer. Known for its abundance of restaurants, great shopping, attractions, and more, Greenport has it all. Spend a weekend here and get all the best deals with our Downtown Deals Travel Pass today!
Spend the afternoon at the East End Seaport Museum and Marine Foundation and learn about the rich maritime history of the East End. Some exhibits include a 750-gallon saltwater aquarium, Captain Bob’s Quarterdeck, a unique gift shop, a tour to Bug Light Lighthouse and 2 Fresnel lenses. This museum is a fun learning experience for the whole family!
Metal Monk is a one-of-a-kind store that showcases handmade jewelry, funky gifts, cool metal art, and more. Each piece is unique and handcrafted personally. It is owned and operated by local artist Donya O’Brien, whose work is featured around the world.
Claudio’s Restaurant is a historical landmark and the oldest same family-owned restaurant in the United States. Great food and drinks, live entertainment, waterfront views of the Peconic Bay, and more awaits at Claudio’s Restaurant, Claudio’s Waterfront, and Crabby Jerry’s. You can even dock your boat out back and come on in!
Live in the lap of luxury at The Greenporter Hotel or The Menhaden Hotel! These boutique hotels are intimate and offer luxurious rooms as well as modern amenities and perks. You cannot go wrong staying at either hotel.
The Greenporter is a privately owned boutique hotel with 30 rooms that gives off a casual but stylish setting and offers many amenities. It is located only a short walk away from the historic downtown Greenport and all the nearby attractions.
The Menhaden Hotel is an intimate boutique hotel with 16 gorgeous rooms to choose from and modern amenities such as complimentary bikes to visit all that Greenport has to offer, galleys stocked with local items, a roof deck, and more.
The Railroad Museum of Long Island was created for the restoration, preservation, and interpretation of the history and artifacts of the Long Island railroads. Greenport was the reason for the start of the LIRR and serves as the perfect place for this museum to be located. Guests can find different interactive exhibits such as climbing inside a 1960’s LIRR caboose, riding the miniature park train, and more.
Teas and Tchotchkes is a boho lifestyle gift shop that carries all your shopping needs. Browse clothing, to home goods, plants, organic tea and more! It is in the heart of Greenport and offers products from local artists as well as hand crafted pieces from around the world.
A perfect way to spend a Long Island summer day, Greenport Harbor Brewing Company has been serving up brews since 2009 and has recently expanded to two tasting room locations and distribution across the tristate area. Every drop of their beer is made on the North Fork of Long Island. Try their Summer Ale and pair it with a pretzel or a lobster roll!
Ralph’s of Greenport is a staple of Long Island summers. Try a shake, smoothie, sundae, twister, acai bowl, and more. With over 100 flavors to choose from, there is something for everyone!