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North Fork Restaurants with Short-Term Transient Dock Slips

It’s that time of year – you are spending sublime summer days on the water. So, where can you pull up on your boat for a delicious waterside meal? Here are some options for boat slips at North Fork restaurants.

There are quite a number of places to choose from if you want to take your boat to lunch or dinner on the North Fork: Here is a rundown of just a few options: (Always call ahead to make sure there are available slips and check for fees and services)

At Pace’s Dockside in Mattituck, find transient slips at the adjacent Strong’s Water Club and Marina. Gas, a store and concierge services are available.

Find a boat slip at Port of Egypt for lunch or dinner at Alure with magnificent views across Peconic Bay. Alure has a number of designated slips in the East Canal at Port of Egypt- look for the signage. Low tide depth is 5 feet.

At Case’s Place in New Suffolk, there are a number of slips available on a first come-first served basis at the New Suffolk Waterfund Marina. The fee is $15 for two hours. Boats up to 32-feet can be accommodated.

In Greenport, the Mitchell Park Marina offers daily docking with your choice of the many Village restaurants within walking distance. $1 per foot daily rate plus electric charges if needed. 10am-11pm.

Also in Greenport, glide into Stirling Harbor and find a slip at Safe Harbor Marinas for a waterside meal at Porto Bello or Billy’s By The Bay. Live music on weekends. Make sure to check for availability and fees here.

Passing by Shelter Island? Pull into a slip at The Island Boatyard on Menantic Creek for a waterside meal at SALT Waterfront Bar and Grill. $20 dock fee.

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