41 S Ferry Rd, Shelter Island, NY | Directions 1196441.059815 -72.325569
Neighborhoods: Long Island
Good food, but very very overpriced – $9.00 for a basic salad (costs go up from here).
An alcoholic drink costs $10.00.
A glass of Pinot Grigio wine costs $9.00.
A glass of Sambuca costs $9.00.
Good food, but unreasonable prices.
Consistant – A wonderful meal day in and day out. Warm bread and warm smiles, and amazing food, what else dot you need?"
Best food a must try – Best food on Shelter Island. A must try. Everything is delicious. The desserts are a must as well. Enjoy the
ambiance inside and out. Reservations are required so make them fast.
Excellent food and service with an extensive wine list. The beet salad and steak frites are my favorite. – Make sure to leave room for one of the scrumptious desserts with homemade ice cream. The pineapple tart tatin is my favorite
Local favorite – Fresh, delicious, Vine Street Cafe's cuisine is deserved of a devoted following. And it has. They serve local seafood always prepared perfectly as well as all organic meats and local vegetables. There are different specials every night as well. (Try Mondays: the Bouillabaisse is to die for...!) The decor is simple: this is not pretending to be an upscale French restaurant. It's the place you go to get away from the pretense, the place where you can kick off your shoes, don your flipflops and have a FANTASTIC meal. The staff is always attentive and friendly. It is a local favorite for a reason.
Fresh, simple fare attracts a devoted crowd to this Shelter Island hideaway. – In Short
Tucked inland on peaceful Shelter Island, this cozy cafe is appropriately housed within a white-shingled ranch, complete with overflowing window boxes and outdoor picnic tables to accommodate its many devoted patrons. With starters like marinated beet salad and tuna tataki with wasabi, the food is at once simple, homey, and high-end. Roasted organic chicken, filet mignon au poive with crisp frites, and miso-glazed salmon are entree favorites, and most diners save room for some pineapple tart tatin or chocolate-coconut souffle.
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