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Cutchogue, NY isn’t just home to the first winery — Hargrave Vineyard was founded in 1973 on the Borghese property — or the most tasting rooms. It’s also a hamlet where some of the area’s top producers grow, crush and bottle their wine. And the bayfront real estate is a boater’s dream along a series of creeks that open up into the Peconics. As you sail away into the open waters, you’ll realize Cutchogue is a place you won’t soon forget.


4735 Cox Ln., Cutchogue

8 Hands farm

494-6155 •

30840 Main Road,, Cutchogue

Braun Seafood

734-7770 •

27850 Main Road, Cutchogue

Cutchogue Diner

734-7016 •

31455 Main Rd., Cutchogue

Roma Pizzeria

298-0230 •

31000 Main Rd, Cutchogue

Scoops & Grinds

631-734-8382 •

28080 Main Rd., Cutchogue

Simply Sublime

735-9161 •

28350 Main Road, Cutchogue

Touch of Venice

298-5851 •

Farm Stand

4735 Cox Lane, Cutchogue

8 Hands Farm

631-533-2768 •


305 Cases Lane, Cutchogue

Cedars Golf Club

9-hole, par 3 public course.

631-734-6363 •

Historic Sites

The Village Green, Main Road, Cutchogue

The Old House

Considered the oldest English-style medieval house in the state, this Cutchogue structure is believed to have been built around 1649. In 1962, it was designated a National Historic Landmark. The Old House’s hewn oak posts and beams, paneled partitions and a fluted chimney make it one of the finest surviving examples of 17th century architecture...

631-734-7122 •

Horseback Riding

800 Cox Lane, Cutchogue

Fox Run Farm

631-734-6199 •



1100 Skunk Lane, Cutchogue

Blue Iris

631-734-7126 •

580 Skunk Lane,, Cutchogue

Fig and Olive

631-765-8895 •

1535 New Suffolk Road, Cutchogue

Salt Air Farm

631-734-4180 •

26350 Main Road, Cutchogue

Sunny Side Up

631-734-8807 •

1855 Depot Lane, Cutchogue

The Farmhouse

631-734-8539 •


Parks, Preserves, and Camping

Main Road, Cutchogue

Downs Farm Preserve

Fifty-one acres of old-field, mixed hardwood forest and salt marsh protected by the Peconic Land Trust. Hiking trails offer a chance to see red fox and nesting great horned owls. Preserve includes the remains of Fort Corchaug, a Native American encampment, off limits to hikers. Open year round, dawn to dusk.

631-734-6413 •


Spas, Salons & Barbers

28000 Main Rd, Cutchogue

Cutchogue Barber

(631) 734-8258 •


36225 Main Road, Cutchogue

Bedell Cellars

A benchmark for the North Fork wine region, Bedell Cellars is a family-owned winery with a commitment to quality, creativity, and sustainable farming. Their wines have achieved critical acclaim and were proudly served at the 2013 U.S. Presidential Inauguration. Wine Spectator called its flagship red blend, Musee, a “Grand Vin of New York.” Five of...

17150 Route 48, Cutchogue

Castello di Borghese

Upon reaching Long Island Wine Country’s birthplace on Route 48, visitors are greeted with a message written on barrels placed on top of a truck declaring the Cutchogue winery’s proudest accomplishment — pinot noir. Castello di Borghese describes this variety as “the jewel in our crown.” The winery is very proud of its establishment’s history,...

631-734-5111 •

31855 Main Road, Cutchogue

Coffee Pot Cellars

When you enter this Cutchogue tasting room, you’ll be greeted by beekeeper Laura and her 12-year-old pug, Beasley. Winemaker Adam Suprenant also stops by each afternoon for additional banter and in-depth discussion about the wines. Coffee Pot Cellars’ fruit – including sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, gewürztraminer and merlot – are all purchased from North Fork vineyards....

631-765-8929 •

13050 Oregon Road, Cutchogue

Lieb Cellars

Quaint and cozy with beautiful sunsets, delicious wine and a well-curated snack menu, this Oregon Road winery provides a comfortable environment where guests can enjoy tastings while learning about Long Island’s wine region. Visitors to the North Fork should stop off at Lieb Cellars because of its knowledgeable staff and exceptional hospitality. The vineyard is...

631-734-1100 •

22600 Main Road, Cutchogue

McCall Wines

The rustic setting at this Cutchogue vineyard provides visitors with a reminder of the North Fork’s agricultural past. McCall Wines is decorated with antique farm tools and photos of the North Fork dating back to the early 1900s. There’s an additional 20 acres of grazing pastures for the beautiful, grass-fed Charolais cattle. The tasting room...

631-724-5764 •

23005 Main Road, Cutchogue

Pellegrini Vineyards

With an array of beautiful wines of distinction and variety, there’s something to please everyone at Pellegrini Vineyards. The winery staff is friendly, knowledgeable and professional and wants to make sure you walk away with knowledge of wine you may have not possessed before. One accomplishment Pellegrini prides itself on is the ability to produce...

631-734-4111 •

34515 Main Road, Cutchogue

Pugliese Vineyards

Pugliese Vineyards is a family owned and operated vineyard that produces a wide variety of wines, including Champagne, white, red, dessert and port. Pat Pugliese hand-paints Champagne bottles and wine glasses for her popular gift baskets. Complementary personalization is available. The Cutchogue winery has consistently received medals for its Champagne and wines and is grateful...

631-734-4057 •

15975 County Rt. 48, Cutchogue

Sannino Vineyard

At Sannino Vineyard, expect a high quality and immersive experience into wine making and tasting. Experience our wines through a comparative tasting style with our knowledgeable team. Located in the heart of Long Island wine country, enjoy an afternoon with views of our sustainable vineyards and an exclusive look into our wine making facilities. When...

631-734-8282 •

28735 Main Road, Cutchogue

Suhru Wines

Located in the heart of downtown Cutchogue, the Suhru Wines tasting house is a small, intimate space celebrating the love of wine shared by owner Susan Hearn, and her husband and veteran Long Island winemaker Russell Hearn. Started in 2008 as a passion project, Suhru Wines quickly grew into something more. In the Spring of...

631-603-8127 •