Manuel Claudio fell in love with Greenport in 1854 when the ship he was working on docked in its beautiful harbor. Sixteen years later in 1870, Manuel permanently set foot ashore, never to sail again. With the money he saved through his years at sea, he opened Claudio’s Tavern, circa 1845…
Probably Greenport’s most famous restaurant. Main restaurant has a bit more formal menu than the Waterfront. Waterfront/Pier dining is more casual, and a great atmosphere especially in the summer when they have live music. Highly recommend for both food and drinks!
Fried seafood in a super casual atmosphere on the water. There is often live music here on weekends. Sitting on the water sipping local beer or wine and eating local seafood listening to music make this place worthwhile. It does get crowded.
“Just go, worth the short ferry trip - Scott’s putting out some of the best brunch you’ll have, even in the city”
“This is a great choice to eat on the water. Lunch and dinner are both really nice. The ferry to cross over to Shelter Island is right next to it so if you plan to travel across to the South Fork through Shelter Island or to explore Shelter Island this might be a good choice before or after. You can walk here but its about a 20 minute walk from 744 Main Street ”
“Barista made beverages and a creative menu made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients – and love. From the Crazy Beans website: “We cook everything to order. We believe that when you go out to eat, you deserve to have your meal prepared just for you. Sure it takes a bit longer, but it’s worth it… We are from here and live here. Because of that, we love our community and we support our local businesses. Our amazing staff makes Crazy Beans possible. They work really hard. We love them. Please be nice to them. On that note: we’re not robots. If there is anything we can do better, please tell us. We are here to make you happy. That’s the truth. What it comes down to is this: we love eating a”
“Local craft brewery, check out their Peconic tasting room on the way out of town too”