These three restaurants share a 2½-acre waterfront property. The Clam Bar, right on the dock, serves salads, hot dogs, fried clams, mussels, and soft-shell crab. Claudio's is known for seafood, porterhouse steaks, and lobsters; the bar dates from the late 1800s. Crabby Jerry's offers self-service with picnic tables on the Main Street Dock.
111 Main St., Greenport, New York, 11944, USA
Nov 22, 2010
We ate there Sat., Nov 20. The food was awful. Their "award winning soup" left us wondering just who awarded the medal. Our waiter acted as if we should be grateful we were being served by him. This restaurant is not inexpensive and the food is easily surpassed by national chains. As a result of our experience, we would urge potential customers to run, not walk, to ANY other restaurant if they want a decent meal.
Oct 13, 2007
If your looking for a nice place to sit and have a few drinks and watch the boats go by, this is the place. Just be ready for service with an attitude. For 3 years running we cant help but come here to enjoy a coctail and for 3 years running we walk away saying those girls are nasty. From the bartender to the girl you order food from @ Crabby Jerry's the attitude is....go away tourist your annoying me by placing an order here....even after leaving
a good tip they couldnt even muster up a smile. The food is ok and the drinks are Manhattan pricey but if you want the scenery you cant beat this place anywhere else in Greenport.