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East of Main Street
Barito 201 Main Street 2nd floor Mexican
Fifth Season 34 East Broadway 631-477-8500 The Fifth Season serves Seasonal, Local and Organic New American Cuisine year round.
Prohibition Kitchen 115 Main Street 631-473-0613 Illegally good food
Nantuckets 9 Traders Cove 631-509-4848 Seafood-centric, chicken, steak and gluten-free options.
Port Jefferson Frigate 99A Main Street 631-474-8888 Long Island’s largest ice cream and confectionary shop.
Tiger Lily Cafe 156 East Main Street 631-476-7080 Alternative Vegetarian Eatery.
Pasta Pasta 234 East Main Street 631-331-5335 Open for lunch and dinner. We are more than just Pasta!!
Port Bistro and Pub - 201 Main Street - 631-828-2550
Yogo Delish - 211 Main Street - 631-403-4777
Prohibition Kitchen - 115 Main Street - 631-473-0613 Illegally Good Food
Portside Bar and Grill 242 Traders Cove 631-509-1659 American-style Bar and Grill.
Steamroom Restaurant 4 East Broadway 631-928-6690 Seafood
We offer our full menu available for takeout. We accept telephone orders at 631-928-6690, or folks can walk in and order.
Secret Garden Tea Shoppe 225 Main Street 631-473-8327 Old-fashioned gift shop & tea room offering sandwiches & pastries in quaint surroundings.
Toast 242 East Main Street 631-331-6860 Breakfast and lunch café and coffee house that transforms into a wine and tapas bar on the weekends.
Tommy’s Place 109 Main Street 631-473-8778 Fresh seafood, marinated steaks, burgers, wings, salads.
The Wave at Danfords 25 East Broadway 631-928-5200 Inspired menu.
Z Pita 217 Main Street 631-476-7510 Delicious Fondue with Unlimited Refills, Great Steaks, Seafood & Pasta Dishes.
West of Main Street
Sweet n' Savory-112 Main Street-Delicious assortment of sweet and savory crepes
Ralph's Italian Ices-104 Main Street-opening March 28, Best Ice Cream and Italian Ices in town
C’est Cheese 216B Main Street - 631-403-4944 Our mission is to bring the world of cheese to our customers through education, tastings and unique pairings.
Gourmet Burger Bistro 5 Mill Creek Road 631-403-4033 Burgers of Every Description, Made-To-Order Burgers.
Fork and Fiddle - Closed for renovations
Harbor Grill - NEW OWNER - 111 West Broadway - 631-473-8300
Juniors Spycoast 140 Main Street 631-509-5987 Sports bar and restaurant.
La Bonne Boulangerie 125 W. Broadway 631-473-7900 Sandwiches, salads, iced Coffee, smoothies, pastries, gourmet cheeses
Old Fields Restaurant Wynn Lane 631-331-9200 Great steaks and More.
Port Jeff Pizza & Gyros 124 Main Street 631-509-5805
The Pie 216 Main Street 631-331-4646 Authentic coal-fired crispy thin crust pizza.
Port Jeff Brewing Company 22 Mill Creek Road 877-4PJ-BREW Watch great beer brewed on premise.
Port Jefferson Ice Cream Café 30 Chandler Square 631-509-4981 The best ice cream Dozens of flavors and varieties of frozen treats.
Ruvo Restaurant 105 Wynn Lane 631-476-3800 Country Italian cuisine.
Salsa Salsa 142 Main Street 631-473-9700 The namesake condiment spices up fresh Mexican fare in snug counter-serve quarters on Main Street.
Vincenzo’s Pizza 109D Main Street 631-509-5885 Pizza, Great Italian Food and Catering.
Fork and Fiddle 138 Main street 585-888-3245 Food that will make y’all drawl
Slurp Ramen - 109 West Broadway - 631-509-1166
Authentic ramen and rice bowls, bao buns served fast and casual for all ages.
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The Village of Port Jefferson and the Port Jefferson Business Improvement District (B.I.D.) collaborated to rebrand the village to communicate what Port Jefferson has to offer visitors and businesses.
The campaign will start with the release of a new video(below). Mayor Margot Garant, Business owners and Director of Operations for the Port Jefferson Chamber of Commerce, Barbara Ransome talked about the benefits of opening a store in Port Jefferson and the visitor’s option to have dinner, shop and visit the harbor front during their stay.
“Port Jefferson has something to offer for everyone,” Garant said. “It has great restaurants, recreational activities, a beautiful harbor and vibrant store fronts. You can go with family, on a date or a girls night out.”
The partnership with the village and the Port Jefferson B.I.D. started in August. The new marketing initiative has a marketing company taking on most of the advertising and rebranding needs, slogans, television advertisements and in-store promotions. Businesses have the opportunity to promote themselves through the Port Jefferson B.I.D.’s section of the village’s website and through the Port Jefferson B.I.D.’s social media accounts. The Port Jefferson B.I.D.’s website will include an interactive map for patrons to see restaurants, stores and services.
“I am really encouraged by the mayor and the village and their support in trying to rebrand,” said Roger Rutherford, the Acting President of the Port Jefferson B.I.D. “We have such a beautiful village.”
Initiatives prior to the rebranding, including Qwik Ride, PJ/SBU Shuttle, and promotions with the Long Island Rail Road and The Bridgeport and Port Jefferson Steamboat Company, allowed for visitors to travel to Port Jefferson without worrying about parking.
“You can really vacation here for the weekend. There is a lucury waterfront hotel and quaint bed and breakfasts,” Debra Bowling, the owner of Pasta Pasta, said. “You can do everything in walking distance. You can go to a restaurant and then go to the water to look at the view. It’s truly a small American town.”
The Port Jefferson B.I.D. speculated that the television advertisement launch for the village will happen before the holiday season.