All About the Restaurants in Cutchogue, NY

Cutchogue is a town in Suffolk County, New York that lies along the shores of the Peconic Bay. Located near the body of water, you can expect plenty of gorgeous views and outdoor recreation opportunities. It never fails to meet the expectations of the tourists. People also delight at the dining pleasures offered by the numerous restaurants that dot the area. Be sure to visit these restaurants while staying at your Cutchogue Bed and Breakfast.

A Touch of Venice Restaurant
28350 Main Rd.
Cutchogue, NY 11935
www.touchofvenice.com

Featuring authentic Italian specialties and lots of local delicacies, A Touch of Venice always impresses its patrons and new customers with its excellent food and stylish-rustic-casual setting. The interiors are designed Vintage European, which is evident in the rustic woodwork, tin ceilings and intricate flooring. Most of those who come here are walk-in customers who want to experience the dining pleasure this restaurant has to offer. Some also come here to hold parties in the banquet room that can accommodate more than 20 guests. If you're planning to hold a get-together for newly found friends or old friends you're visiting during your stay at a Cutchogue inn, you know where to go.

Red Rooster Bistro
4805 Depot Lane
Cutchogue, NY 11935
(631) 734-8267

A cute little place that is hard to miss with its striking rooster sculpture on the front yard, Red Rooster Bistro is the place to go to experience exceptional country-style dining. The interior of the place is just as interesting, as it is filled with rooster decorative items. Don't think that chicken is the only thing you'll find on the menu. This place also offers pot roast, hamburgers, steaks, pork chops, ribs and other meaty fare. It is one of the locals' favorite hang-outs in Cutchogue.

Cutchogue Diner
27850 New York 25
Cutchogue, NY 11935
(631) 734-7016
www.cutchoguediner.com

You will always have a good time when you visit Cutchogue Diner. This place is an old-style diner that serves delicious home-cooked meals. It first opened in 1941 and since then has been making both locals and tourists happy with its array of simple but mouthwatering dishes. The kitchen staff has this incredible skill of turning mundane dishes into a flavorful extravagance. Take the ham and cheddar omelet for example, which is one of the best you'll ever taste. The service is also commendable. Guests rave about the friendly servers who make you feel right at home.

Michelangelo of Cutchogue
31455 Main Road
Cutchogue NY 11935
(631) 298-0230

The best pizza in town can be found at Michelangelo of Cutchogue. This local favorite serves Italian dishes with a bit of American flavor. You will especially love the Sicilian pizza, covered with tapenade sauce and topped with lots of olives. The affordable prices and polite service from the staff are the other reasons why people adore this Cutchogue eatery.