Saturday, October 20, 2012

Vine Street Cafe in Shelter Island, NY

Good food, great service and comfortable setting. When visiting Shelter Island we decided to visit the Vine Street Cafe for dinner on a Saturday night. Reservations were easily available on OpenTable and they were also accommodating walk-ins.

Restaurant is split in to three dining rooms plus a small outdoor area with four tables which is located right by the entrance. It was busy and service occasionally lacked due to the volume of diners but servers were extremely polite and professional.

Wine list features a nice selection of moderately prices red and white wines including some of the local Long Island wineries. Cocktail menu offers some excellent choices so take a look before deciding on a wine.

Food options were plenty anywhere from fresh salads starting at $9 to a 22 oz. Chateaubriand for-two at $78. They also feature a daily dish; Saturday's special was the Crispy Duck Confit with Saffron Rice over Spinach which was good but thought it was a bit on the pricey side. Potato Crusted Tilefish is a must if you enjoy your seafood. Portion sizes were better than average for an upscale restaurant such as this.

Overall we enjoyed our meal but next time we may want to try some of the other restaurants in the area but if you hare having a special occasion or taking family/friends out for an upscale meal in Shelter Island then you can't go wrong with the Vine Street Cafe.

Vine Street Cafe
‎41 South Ferry Road
Shelter Island, NY 11964
(631) 749-3210
vinestreetcafe.com‎

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