• Peter’s on the Green

    Peter’s on the Green is the newest venture of the Mokkas Family, of the famous “Peter’s Luncheonette” in Patchogue. At Peter’s on the Green, Nick and Gus Mokkas continue the family tradition of serving great food, with the same friendly service that has made Peter’s a local favorite for decades. read more

  • Avino’s Italian Table

    If you’re looking for amazing food accompanied with a fine dining experience you’ve come to the right place! With our extensive dinner menu that features old world dishes from Northern and Southern Italy everyone is sure to find a favorite. This second generation family owned and operated establishment has a read more

  • Bellport Super Saver IGA

    The Independent Grocers Alliance (IGA) was founded in 1926, bringing together independent grocers across the United States to ensure that the trusted, family-owned local grocery store remained strong in the face of growing chain competition. Today, that entrepreneurial family business spirit is alive and well, and communities across the U.S. read more

  • Bellport Country Club

    The Bellport Country Club is an owner-operated, full-service, Restaurant and Catering facility. We are not your typical catering hall. An owner is here to help you seven days a week. We started as a restaurant in 1983, the Irish Coffee Pub, and brought that experience to our catering. We are read more

  • The Bellport

      European-trained Cordon Bleu Chef Taylor Alonso and his wife, Patricia Trainor set their sights on Bellport after years in Manhattan, England, and Washington, D.C. At first, Chef Alonso’s presentation’s of food appear to be simple, but with closer study, Alonso’s dishes reveal his talent. It is a great chef read more

  • Spicys

    Spicy’s is all about the basics, specializing in barbecue: ribs, pork, chicken. Very casual, usually very good. Place your order, be sure to ask for some cornbread on the side, add the cole slaw, slather some extra sauce on the pulled pork, and then just dive in. The stuff is read more