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100 Days of Jazz

The Kidwell Sisters, our first residents in our 100 Days of Jazz series, will be joining us January 25th through February 3rd. Visit the Piano Bar Friday or Saturday evenings between 7 and 9, or pop in to find them practicing somewhere around property throughout the week!

100 Days of Jazz

Sammy Buttons and Bernell Jones, residents in our 100 Days of Jazz series, will be joining us February 6th through February 15th. Visit the Piano Bar Friday or Saturday evenings between 7 and 9pm, or pop in to find them practicing somewhere around property throughout the week!

Swing on the Sound

A weekend of swing music, dancing, and socialization featuring internationally acclaimed swing dance instructors, live swing and jump blues music from renowned talent, and remarkable views of the Long Island Sound. Friday, February 4th will include an opening class for each level followed by informal live music, social time, and casual dancing in a limited and cozy setting. Saturday will feature daytime classes followed by the main social dance event, the “Blizzard Ball,” in the evening. Saturday’s dance will take place in a beautiful, large dance hall with views of Long Island Sound. On Sunday there will be a panel/workshop

Blizzard Ball

Calling all snow queens and kings, come and celebrate everything we love about the frosty season at the Blizzard Ball. A one-night-only celebration of all things wintry and wonderful, the Blizzard Ball, on Saturday February 5th, is the jewel in the crown of Swing on the Sound — a weekend of swing dance lessons from the best in the biz. You don’t have to swing to love the Blizzard Ball, but we’re betting Danny Lipsitz and the Brass Tacks will get you on the dance floor. A high-energy mishmash of traditional jazz, swing, and early rock ‘n’ roll, The Brass Tacks have performed all over, including at Joe’s Pub at the Public Theater in New York City.

The Blizzard Ball will feature a midwinter’s festive feast created by The Halyard’s Chef Stephan Bogardus accompanied by chill-licious desserts and frosty libations to help you keep your cool. Backlit by the winter moon overlooking the Sound, you will find yourself in a dazzling dream. Jitterbug or not, that’s no jive.

Shallow Hal at The Zoom Zoom

Some Love is in the air at the ZOOM ZOOM, a very valentine Saturday night flick . Spend the night with us and Jack Black as he learns about in beauty.

8 Hands Farm

8 Hands aims to connect customers to the land, offering them access to the farmer, the livestock grazing the 28-acre pastures, and the herb garden. Pick up essentials like grass-fed meats, pastured eggs, homegrown produce, and woolens from the onsite flock of Icelandic sheep.

Matchbook Distilling Company

Try your hand at gin making at Matchbook Distilling Company. These intimate experiences will show you how to properly nose and taste spirits, as well as dive into the science of distilling. Leave with a bottle of your own proprietary botanical blend. By appointment only. 

Alex Ferrone Gallery

The North Fork is known for its bucolic farms and they have become more vital than ever. A thoughtful and timely exhibit at the Alex Ferrone Gallery runs through mid-February.. Farms Across America Small Works 2021 features fifty-five traditional and alternative photography, painting, mixed media and sculpture and is a response to the concern for the food distribution chain brought on by the COVID pandemic.

 25425 Main Road, Cutchogue.


Deep Roots Farm

Dedicated to Sustainability and Partnership. This family-owned farm specializes in pasture-raised pigs, chickens and eggs in addition to a bounty of herbs, fruits and veggies.

The Big Chill at The Zoom Zoom

The Zoom Zoom in march has a classic film about the lasting bonds of friendship and just how far we will go for our friends, coupled with an amazing soundtrack to get those cars rockin’.

yoga the giving room

The Giving Room

The North Fork’s most popular center for yoga, pilates, and organic juices offers daily classes for all levels of practice with multiple styles of yoga. The Giving Room Market is also known for its freshly-pressed organic juices made from seasonal produce procured from local farms. 56215 Main Rd, Southold, NY

Southold Fish Market

Well-known New York City chefs (like Tom Colicchio) source their clams all the way out here, so you know they are the finest. Also delicious: local fillets, whole fish, frozen soups, party platters, and anything else you need to get the party started (including beer). Owner Charlie Manwaring has been doing this for 25 years; he knows his stuff.

64755 NY-25, Southold, NY

North Fork Roasting Company

Chat up the baristas at this charming coffee shop where everyone takes their daily cup of joe seriously and pastries are brought in fresh throughout the day. Ask to see the onsite roaster if you aren’t convinced that this is a mecca of beans.

55795 Main Road, Southold, NY


Authentic Mexican comes to Greenport at this Baja-style taqueria and tequila bar. Take a seat beneath the colorful décor and images of famous wrestlers (from where the restaurant gets its name) and dive into carne asada tacos, nachos, and Tex-Mex favorites like shrimp burritos. Not in the mood to eat? Grab a seat at the handmade bar and order up endless rounds of margaritas.

119 Main Street, Greenport, NY

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 shop in the heart of historic Greenport. Eat in, or take a few dozen home for a sensual (and super-fresh) feast.

37 Front Street, Greenport, NY

Brix & Rye

This neighborhood hangout is all about the cocktails, especially classics mixed up with housemade amaros and tinctures and bitters. The beer selection is also impressive, and don’t forget the creative pizzas to keep some carbs in that stomach. You’re guaranteed to run into a shopkeeper or some other new friend you just met in town.

308a Main Street, Greenport, NY

American Beech

A tree of the same name has grown in nearby Stirling Square for the past 75 years, so why not borrow its name for this 19th-century stable that’s been converted into a restaurant, bar, and hotel? The five suites sit above a modern, clean dining room that specializes in local farming, aquaculture, and viticulture, which means you can expect seasonal vegetables and fish, and only the best wines to go with them.

30o Main Street, Greenport, NY

1943 Pizza

Expect the unexpected at this artisanal, brick-oven pizza parlor, which gains inspiration from a circa-1943 food truck known as Rolling in Dough—a novelty that (according to legend) turned former GIs onto pizza on this side of the Pond. Try the doughy stuff, or dig into a salad paired with a crisp wine.

308 Main Street, Greenport, NY


Aldo Maiorana has been roasting coffee and baking his beloved hand-crafted biscotti and scones since 1987 at his old-world-style café. You will be forgiven for thinking you’ve stepped out of a 1940s Havana coffeeshop.

103-105 Front St., Greenport, NY

Southold General

The talented folks at North Fork Table & Inn have opened Southold General and this sit-down café and grab-and-go shop is worth a stop. “The General,” as insiders call it, offers a curated collection of food and goods from the North Fork. Provisions range from local wine and beer to breakfast sandwiches and chopped salads with fresh local produce. Fresh baked Grandma’s Pies and homemade gelato have your sweet tooth covered.

54180 Main Road, Southold.

Greenport Harbor Brewing Company

When the tasting room opened in Greenport in 2009, it was one of the first breweries in this wine-centric region. Now, John Liegy and Rich Vandenburgh have added to their roster a 13,000-square-foot facility in Peconic, with a restaurant as well as a brewery. Be sure to try their seasonal beers, there is always something interesting on tap! 234 Carpenter St., Greenport NY and 42115 Main Rd, Peconic, NY. 

Yacht moored on harbour

Long Island Fly Fishing

Get out on the Sound and try your hand at fly fishing. Your guides will help navigate your fishing trip, all you need are some good sunglasses and the right attitude!


Kontokosta Winery

Set atop the sweeping bluffs of Long Island Sound, Kontokosta Winery (825 North Road, Greenport) is also family-owned and operated – the vineyard and farm maintain exacting standards of sustainability. Sample their wines from rose to Riesling while taking in unparalleled views. Call for appointment.

825 North Road, Greenport

Macari Vineyards

A tasting room with a view and a collection of age-worthy wines? You’ll find it all at Macari Vineyards. The elegant tasting room affords guests sweeping views of the vineyard below. Their sell out rose is best enjoyed al fresco with an authentic Neapolitan pizza, also made in house. 150 Bergen Ave, Mattituck, NY

Bedell Cellars

This is a family-owned winery dedicated to creativity as well as sustainable farming. Enjoy hand-crafted, small-batch wines in the mahogany pavilion with sweeping views of the vineyards and lush gardens. Peruse a contemporary art collection and check out the loft with vaulted ceilings and fireplace looking down into the barrel-aging cellar. A perfect afternoon.

36225 Main Road Cutchogue

The North Fork Table & Inn

An East End institution, The Nork Fork Table and Inn also takes full advantage of the bounty of nearby farms, vineyards, & waterways. The restaurant sits in a welcoming, historic countryside home in nearby Southold with Michelin-starred Chef John Fraser at the helm. Fresh caught local seafood prepared on their wood burning hearth, Shinnecock Scallops Plancha and Jamesport Farmstand Hen Egg (house-made ricotta and squash blossoms) are just some of the tantalizing dishes currently offered. Let’s Do Brunch.

Halyard Exterior at Sunset

The Halyard

Shake off the winter blues with a cocktail at the Halyard and stay for dinner. Perched above the Long Island Sound, The Halyard at the Sound View Greenport celebrates the region’s produce and brings it to your plate — direct from farmers, foragers and fishermen. All with a view that will warm you from head to toe.

The Beach Ball

If there’s one thing we know how to do perfectly in Greenport, “It’s Called Summer.” So don’t put yourself in the proverbial “corner,” just jump into Patrick, we mean our arms and enjoy a night of Big Band pool dancing, a jazzy sunset and end the summer with you loved ones by the sea.

Don’t miss out on this year’s Beach Ball. For a limited time, get your tickets for a discounted price!

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Halyard deck outdoor dining