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From their waterfront post on Southold Bay, the seasoned mariners of Eagle's Neck Paddling Company rent kayaks to facilitate adventures through the estuaries and arteries of Long Island's North Fork. Daily kayak tours depart in the morning and evening, whereas lessons with certified instructors equip explorers with the skills to serenely navigate waters populated by herons, egrets, turtles, and former CEOs who have decided to live off the grid.

62300 Route 25

Plane Pieces Inc gives pilots, aviation enthusiasts and modern art collectors an opportunity to display genuine airplane pieces in their homes and offices.

P.O Box 415
East Haddam,

Scooter Rentals Hourly/Daily/Weekly, Stand Up Paddle Board Rentals, sproting goods. Bathing suits, blow up rafts and toys, cycling, hiking, golf, tennis and fishing equipment, sunglasses, apparel, health supplements. O'Neill and Local Motion clothing, Havaianas, Native eyewear. Gerber and Kershaw knives.

21 North Ferry Road
Shelter Island,

Cuisine Type: American

Most popular offering: Filet mignon

Reservations: Optional

Kid-friendly: Yes

Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes

Alcohol: Full bar

Number of Tables: 11?25

Outdoor Seating: Yes

Established: 2013

Parking: Parking lot

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Pro Tip: Just come in hungry and leave room for one of our many unique dessert options.

Q&A with Sharon Sailor, Owner

In your own words, how would you describe your menu?

Ecclectic. From light fare to gourmet and just about everything in between.

What?s the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?

We're always looking for the, "We will be back," or, "This is our new favorite dining destination in Greenport." The best was, "I think I died and went to heaven," with regard to a yellowfin tuna special we ran.

Are there any dishes on the menu you consider to be a hidden gem?not necessarily the most popular, but surprisingly delicious?

Beet chips (a special we run), bone-in ribeye, kale burgers, and all of our gluten-free soup choices.

212 Front St

While brand new Chef Jennifer Krascella draws from an arsenal of authentic Mexican ingredients ranging from pico de gallo to Mexican crema, the bartenders primarily depend on only three ingredients: lime, salt, and tequila. Pulling from shelves lined with various tequilas, they fill shot and margarita glasses with the south-of-the-border libation to complement Chef Krascella's tequila-spiked fish tacos and porky pig burritos stuffed with barbecue pulled pork, Mexican-style crema, and spicy black beans. With its new ownership, Cabo Tequila Grill treats its guests to a fresh menu, full of Mexican treats such as cilantro beef and mojo chicken fajitas, as well as American burgers loaded with garnishes such as brown sugar and red onion jam, onion rings, and zesty slaw.

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4 Water St

Coastal Sewing Machines set sail nearly two decades ago, hopping between various locations on the Connecticut coast as it lured schools of quilters and seamstresses. Within the shop, needle aficionados guide guests through an inventory of cloth that stretches more than 10,000 yards, providing options for any project and the means of making a football stadium a nice dress shirt. Their selection of high-end sewing machines, embroidery machines, and sergers from Viking, Pfaff, and Baby Lock grants supreme stitching power to complement their supply of notions and bring customer creations to life. Coastal's textile techs also expand the sewing community through an ever-changing schedule of classes. Students can learn basics while making useful items such as luggage tags embroidered with their name. The shop also slings classes on more advanced topics, from designing tote bags to operating a serger.

27 N Main St
Old Saybrook,