Fort Salonga Farm 30 Meadow Glen Rd, Northport, NY11768 Fort Salonga Farm allows you to pick your own apples and raspberries or to try some of its honey, which is…More made right on the farm from bees that pollinate the fruit. The farm's apple trees are grafted onto size-controlling rootstocks, which allow small children to pick apples with ease. Class tours are available for students in kindergarten through the second grade. Call for details or visit its website to find out what fruit is currently available.
Apple Food Mart 326 Larkfield Rd, East Northport, NY11731 The Apple Food Mart offers breakfast sandwiches, subs, salads, sandwiches, cigarettes, candy, cold cuts, cheese and…More Italian ices. Beverages include cold beer, coffee and soda. The staff also speaks Spanish.
Richters Orchard Pulaski Rd, Northport, NY11768 Richters Orchard has fresh peaches, apples and pears and has been in business for more than a century. Peaches and pears…More are in season beginning in August. The orchard also sells wonderful freshly made cider.
This pub-style restaurant has been at the corner of Main Street next to the harbor for more than 20 years. Lunch…More options include soups, salads, sandwiches, paninis and burgers while dinner dishes ranges from salmon, mussels, chicken and sirloin steak. Desserts include apple cobbler, rice pudding and cheesecake. In warm weather, diners can sit at the outdoor tables.
The Ritz has been serving its continental fare since 1987 and, as befits a restaurant near the harbor, offers a wide…More assortment of seafood choices. From a lunchtime appetizer of yellow fin tuna tartare seasoned with soy sauce, sesame oil and wasabi aioli drizzles, to steamed clams, pulled pork dumplings and oysters, to a full complement of salads and entree offerings of grilled slamon, risotto with sea scallops or a grilled pork chop, there's a diverse selection at this Zagat-rated restaurant. Dinner offers more of the same intriguing seafood dishes, with the addition of steaks, rack of lamb and pork chops.
There's seasonal outside dining, a bar and a harbor view. The Sunday brunch menu offers challah bread French toast with warm apples and breakfast sausage; smoked salmon, scrambled eggs and onions; omelets; Eggs Benedict and a twist on that dish called Eggs Chesapeake, which is poached eggs with mini crab cakes and Hollandaise. The brunch items are served with fruit, muffins, home fries and either a Bloody Mary or a mimosa.