Good food and shopping
I cant think of much... its not really a place for the winter months.
I loved growing up there, but Long Island is too crowded for me these days!
Go to Theatre Three. It's a very old, small threatre that's been restored. They host both children's and adults plays. Their annual randition of "A Christmas Carol" is a must see. The theatre is beautiful, and there are few originals on Long Island like it. The actors are very skilled, and you will see a lot of the same actors in different plays....more
The Dicken's Festival happens the first weekend of December each year and the entire town is given over to the celebration of history and culture. People dressed like Dicken's characters from his books wander the streets, restaurants and shops and talk to visitors, patrons and diners.The three things I like best about the festival are:Harbor Ballet...more
Theatre Three in Port Jefferson, in an historic cinema building, provides a delightful evening of theatre or a late evening in the second stage Griswold's cabaret/bistro (beer and wine is now available as well as coffee, soft drinks and snacks) where intimate performances of music, song and cabaret entertainment are outstanding.Everyone in cast,...more
25 E Broadway, Port Jefferson, NY 11777
Good for: Solo
Port Jefferson, New York, United States
Satisfaction: Very Good
Good for: Couples
651 High Street, Port Jefferson, New York, 11777, United States
Good for: Couples
Nice, simple, classy resteraunt. A little pricy, but the food is just great. The picture doesn't do it justice, it looks much nice by candlelight at nightime. My favorite is their three-cheese tortellini....its delicious....I believe its filled with lobster. Pair it with a glass of chardonnay and you have a wonderful meal. The portions are of a...more
Great place. It's like a bohemian, artsy deli. It's decorated soo awesomely... very greenwich village. Its not neccesarily vegan as it is organic. There are still things with meat in it. They have great sandwiches...very different pasta dishes and teas. Not a place for children....in fact there are couches to sit down on and I dont think children...more
There are lots of choices and vegeterian is special here as well. Try all of their wraps, pick first one that is a new experience for you, and try a drink you haven't tried before as well. You can sit and look out at the village below and forget that time is passing. The staff is helpful and pleasant and low key as well. I like all the wraps and I...more
Billie's is a great place to enjoy a hamburger or many other simple pub fare with a good beer or other drink.I especially like this place during the week when the crowd is a bit older (long in the tooth).This is a very old building in Port Jefferson and the atmosphere inside reflects the feeling of permanence, history and old woods. There is also a...more
This is local seafood extraordinaire. Simply, good food with a Long Island flavor. The restaurant, in a coverted garage is open and pleasant, devoid of any physical atmosphere, but that doesn't matter since the food and the prices are so good.Lobster is always a good choice here and there are a myriad of seafood choices to eat in or take out.A...more
This is the first place to stop for breakfast, (Sunday only) lunch or dinner in Port Jefferson. Basically Greek-American cuisine, there are a number of seafood and pasta specialties, good home-made soups, wraps, salads, pitas and steaks.Portions are large and the cozy, sunny and well-lit atmosphere looking out on Main Street is very inviting. The...more
This is friendly place with a large square bar and a very good, relaxing restaurant that features Aged Steaks, Seafood & Specialty Pastas. They have GOOD beer on tap (imported and domestic) and on Thursday evenings and Sunday afternoon there is a delightful live piano music with Wally Alesse who delights in playing for people to sing. His range is unlimited and he can play a song in a multitude of styles and tempos.
Whether you drive into Port Jefferson or come by the ferry, walking is the best way to get around and to see Port Jefferson. If you come by car, park behind the stores on the west side of Main Street and forget your car for the rest of the day.Main Street is the commercial part of Port Jefferson. Here you will find restaurants, coffee shops, the...more
One can get to Port Jefferson by car, train or boat. If you plan on going into the Village during the summer, especially on a Friday or Saturday night, be prepared to drive around for up to and yes sometimes more than 30 minutes to find a parking space. Watch the parking signs. If the sign says 'parking for residents only', they mean it and you...more
185 Reviews and Opinions
When you first walk into this shop you are over-whelmed with the variety of country-style woods and fabrics. There is everything from knick knacks to kitchen tables and anyone that is into the simple country-style of furniture will find something here to please their taste.
This is an extensive shop with many rooms of furniture and accessories.
What to buy: country-style gifts are here in abundance.
What to pay: Reasonable. From a $10 shelf to a $400 chest or table.
Don't be fooled by the cute puppies in the window...the dogs are kept in dirty conditions... I know so many people who got dogs from there and every story ended up with the dogs dying or become very sick.... like this story...http://www.consumeraffairs.com/pets/yuppy_puppy.htmlor...more
When people think of Port Jeff they think of the "Steam Room". Located right across from the ferry, its a large scale clam bar, you can sit outside on the deck and look at the water, or inside. It's a great place to go, but you will pay more than its worth. Their fried dishes are very good, but dont get crab legs... theyre overpriced and you get...more
My favorite spot in Port Jefferson is this book shop on East Main Street.
In business since 1972 at this location, founded and still operated by Michael and Mary Mart, the shop is Suffolk County's oldest antiquarian bookshop. Except for a few Book Fairs a year on Long Island and in New York City, the shop's sales are conducted on premise or via the internet.
The Good Times Book Store is a wonderful place to explore for local book, travel books, speciality books, especially on Maritime subjects - one of my interests - history and travel books - another interest.
Good Times Book Shop, 150 E.Main Street, (631) 928-2664
Fondest memory: I can spend hours in the book store.