I stopped here on a Friday afternoon. It was already very busy with a large crowd at the bar and most of the tables in the restaurant full. Even though I was only one person the waitress made me feel that I was part of a bigger family.
The menu is quite extensive with lots of fresh seafood. After some detailed thought I went for the Mahi Mahi Reuben Sandwich. It consisted of a grilled filet of Mahi Mahi with swiss cheese served on rye bread. There was a side order of Hawaiian cole slaw which was the perfect side dish. There was also a fair amount of french fries. The mahi mahi was cooked just right and the addition of the other parts of the reuben sandwich made for a filling lunch. The sandwich was just under
$ 15.00 which isn't too bad for a nice piece of fish.
There was a very extensive list of appetizers including crabcakes, baked stuffed clams, the traditional shrimp cocktail, and a spinach and artichoke dip. I passed knowing that the sandwich would fill me up.
Overall my meal which was just the sandwich and water filled me up well and was tasty,
Favorite Dish: The only thing I have had on the menu is the Mahi Mahi Reuben Sandwich
Settled in Meson Ole after driving around looking for inexpensive place to eat. I thought the building looked like a old hotel from back in the day, not at all looking like a Mexican place from the outside. I like it when ethnic restaurants offer a variety of 'Combo Platters'. Meson Ole had plenty to choose from.
They get a demerit because they have no draft beer...only Mexican beer in bottles!
Favorite Dish: One of the many 'Combo Platters'
It is located in the Port of Egypt Marina. I found the salads very good; my main entre was not so bad either, but I noticed that food in this area a bit overpriced and made out of cheaper ingredients than in the city (I am from New York). The selection of wine was not as good as they say. We wanted a local wine to go with our food, but had only less than several choices.
Still the atmosphere is comfortable and it is always nice to have a dinner overlooking the waterfront.
Elbow Room is notorious on the north fork for having the best marinated steaks outside of New York City. To be honest, I have never ordered anything else but have never been dissapointed by my steak. They have a selection of local wines to enjoy with your meal and the bill is never astronomical. I asked some locals what their favortie restaurant on the North Fork was and this one came up again and again. They have two locations, one in Laurel and one in Jamesport. I would not say that the ambiance is terrific but everyone overlooks it for the food.
Favorite Dish: marinated steak
Greenport is really small and in winter it´s kind of sleepy....so many restaurants are closed.... We had a nice breakfast at the diner in town......It was one of these typical American diners.........!
Not a lot of choices here to have a breakfast, but it is still nice to have a fresh baked waffle with fresh blueberries. Good enough to get you going...