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Milford and Port Washington

We are tentatively scheduled to stop for a couple days in Milford. Anyone have info on good restaurants, stores, pubs , things to see etc.

How about Port Washington also.

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Re: Milford and Port Washington

Cant help but going into Mt Sinai at night with the current in 25 knots can be a memorable experience...one I would not suggest for the faint of heart LOL
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Re: Milford and Port Washington

Hey,

I like the Stonebridge restaurant in Milford.
About Stonebridge Restaurant
I've been there a few times. Good food, nice staff. A short walk from the town marina (Milford Landing) at the end of the river. The main street is nice to walk, there is a nice village green on it. If you want a simple burger very close by, Indigo By the Water is good. Basic place.

If you do go to Milford Landing, be careful at low tide, there is NO water outside of the pilings with red cans on them. Plenty of water inside, so just be aware.

One more thing, don't bother going to Mt. Sinai. Nothing to see there. Nothing. Keep moving on



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Re: Milford and Port Washington

Bary,

Damn...we were going to try to see your new C&C when we were staying in Port Washington/ Mt Siani on the way back down the Sound.

Having been in Siani before I wouldnt attempt it in the dark...to many damn sailboats on moorings

Thanks for the tips on the Milford Restaurants. We are going to stay there a couple of days I think.

You stayed at Milford Landing. Any knowledge of the Yacht Club and its proximity to town?

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When we stopped in Port Washington a few years back,they offered a free mooring for 2-3 days. Nice. Lot of good eateries too.
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I did a fractional share on a boat in Port Wash. last season. Lots of nice restaurants, convenient water taxi, easy trip in and out of harbor. Oyster bay in nice too.
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When we stopped in Port Washington a few years back,they offered a free mooring for 2-3 days. Nice. Lot of good eateries too.
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Re: Milford and Port Washington

+1 for the Stonebridge in Milford. We ate there again a few weeks ago on our cruise. If you order before 6PM, two complete dinners are only $29 from a special menu.

The Milford Yacht Club is at the far lower end of the harbor. A LONG walk to town. Milford Landing is right in town. It was just recently dredged so low depth at low tide should not be an issue.
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Re: Milford and Port Washington

Looks like the Landing is where we will stay. Stone bridge sounds like a good bet too.thanks for the tips

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