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Things to Do

The town of Greenport, a beacon of the bucolic North Fork, is surrounded by wineries and farm stands and bursting at the seams with restaurants and boutiques marked by resolute mom-and-pop charm. From our inn’s doorstep, we invite you to unplug and settle into the village life: see through a local’s eyes, taste what is homegrown, listen to the harborfront’s rhythm, and do not leave until you’ve lived.

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Sound View Greenport

Sound View Greenport

Our sister hotel Sound View is a waterfront resort just over a mile away.  Harborfront guests enjoy exclusive access to…

Lobster Roll

The Halyard Restaurant

The Halyard Restaurant at Sound View celebrates our region’s produce and bring it to your plate—direct from foragers and farmers,…

Wood Fired Pizza

1943 Pizza

Expect the unexpected at this artisanal, brick-oven pizza parlor, which gains inspiration from a circa-1943 food truck known as Rolling…

American Beech

American Beech

A tree of the same name has grown in nearby Stirling Square for the past 75 years, so why not…

Brix and Rye

Brix & Rye

This neighborhood hangout is all about the cocktails, especially classics mixed up with housemade amaros and tinctures and bitters. The…

Beer Cheers

Eastern Front Brewing Co.

Craft beer is a labor of love for local couple Doug and Christina Pearsall who offer four mainstay beers like…

Little Creek Oysters

Little Creek Oysters

What began as a wheelhouse of a whaling ship in the late 1800s is now part of a shuch-your-own oyster…

Lucharitos

Lucharitos

Authentic Mexican comes to Greenport at this Baja-style taqueria and tequila bar. Take a seat beneath the colorful décor and…

North Fork Table and Inn

North Fork Table & Inn

The unassuming restaurant won a James Beard Award for Best Chef in the Northeast, yet it remains unstuffy. Much of…

Southold Fish Market

Southold Fish Market

Well-known New York City chefs (like Tom Colicchio) source their clams all the way out here, so you know they…