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As my title suggests i'm looking for places to dock and dine. I'm mostly looking along the Long Island Sound , city island area up the coast towards connecuit, and along the nassau,l.i. north coast. thanks in advance!!!!!!
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Try the huntington yacht club--we have a great restaraunt and usually have moorings and slips available.
we had a great lunch today at the crab shell in stamford-dock is attached to the restaurant.
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Newsday, the Long Island newspaper, did a piece on restaurants with dock access. The story, Dock and dine: Long Island's dockside restaurants -- Newsday.com ,
lists many on the south shore but there are several reviews of places on Long Island Sound. I can attest that Louie's in Port Washington is very accessible and the food is good.

And, much as I like to sail into a restaurant's own dock, don't neglect downtown access from local YCs. Oyster Bay comes immediately to mind, with several good places just a short walk from the town dock. And, though I've not done it, Mamaroneck's main street dead-ends at Harbor Island Park, which reputedly has a transient dock at the head of the East Basin, just before the Rte US 1 bridge over the Mamaroneck River.

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Louie's Port Washington. Not the same as it was before the reno, Have you seen meet the Parents?, but still good and easy to get to.
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Hey Nick,
Have you ever been to Mattituck Inlet? The town dock is right at the end of the inlet near the town, restaurants and LIRR train station. There are a few places to eat that you can walk to. Did I mention that the town dock was free last time I was there (if there is room)?
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Captain's Cove, Black Rock Harbor, Bridgeport

Hello,

There is a casual and fun dinner place at Black Rock Harbor.

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Whoa...I just wrote a reply to this - A good one too - and I now I see the post is from July 06.

Do you think he's still looking for a place to eat?

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things y%^&*.....oh never mind. 90% of the people on sailing forums already use that as their signature! I'm not a conformist.
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He probably isn't (that was the one and only post he ever made) but I'm always interested in hearing about places on the Sound - Personal experiences are always better than reading about restaurants in a book

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Pam, don't hold back...please share your restaurant reviews from your recent trip...plus any others that you may have!

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