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American Restaurant$$$
Today 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
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136 Front St Greenport, NY 11944
136 Front StreetUSNew YorkGreenport11944
$$$American Restaurant, Seafood Restaurant
American Restaurant
Seafood Restaurant
Today 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Friday 11:30 AM – 10:00 PMSaturday 11:30 AM – 10:00 PMSunday 11:30 AM – 9:00 PMMonday 5:00 – 9:00 PMTuesday 5:00 – 9:00 PMWednesday ClosedThursday Closed
Seafood Inspired Small Plates and Raw Bar.
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New American small plates emphasizing local ingredients plus a raw bar in a modern storefront space.- Google
"Delicious food -- predominantly small plates, though they also offer entrees."
"Tuna tartare and kale salad were great!"
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Franklin Bonilla
4 months ago
Noah's is a restaurant, in the heart of Greenport, fit to be in NYC. During my visit, there had been a power outage and they needed to restart the kitchen. Although I completely understood and had no problem with it, the manager apologized and treated us to a round of drinks at the bar while we wait. The cucumber margarita was refreshing especially since it was a hot day. I had the lobster roll which came with a side of fries and slices of pickles. The lobster, itself, had great flavor, but felt the roll was too toasted. To be fair, I prefer untoasted. I felt that it was missing a buttery taste but the server brought butter on the side. The restaurant is well lit and has a nice atmosphere. Although it was a busy night, the noise was at a comfortable level. From the food, to the exceptional service, it was more than enough to make me leave satisfied.
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Stephen Lee
3 months ago
We stopped for lunch and ate light. The Ceviche and the Tuna TarTar was great.
Marie Russo
4 months ago
Terrible service !!!! terrible food!!! Will not return.
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Alison M
a year ago
Stopped in for lunch. Their small bites menu is definately "small" portion sizes, on the pricey side. Also tried their Kobe burger which was over cooked and pretty disappointing. Go here to impress people but then go someplace else to eat.
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Tanya Buva
4 months ago
Tuna tartare and kale salad were great! Kind of expensive for what is was but if you go there, you must try those. I got the Risotto which was severly undercooked and under seasoned. Others at my table got different items but all complained that theirs was under seasoned as well. Plus there was no salt and/or pepper on table for us to help ourselves. The service wasn't great but our server was nice. She must have been new as she kept spilling drinks or dropping bottles throughout our visit there. I really wouldn't recommend this place considering the prices and the value you get from it.
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brenda jenkins
7 months ago
I am in love with all things kale salad..!!! This one has green apples that I had opted out of...... first time it still came with the apples........ second time, it came without apple and dry, s.o.s..both times incorrect..! I guess they are low on bowls to mix a salad sans apple.!! Super disappointing.... Other food was good.....
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Chase Caldwell
in the last week
Delicious. Great service.
Response from the owner - in the last week
Thanks Chase. Look forward to seeing you back again soon.
Red Wright
a year ago
I was disappointed with my recent experience at Noah's on many levels. It all started with an inexperienced host (with tad bit of attitude), who was caught off guard by my not having a reservation for two ppl-- with an empty restaurant (and semi-empty outdoor tables). It literally took him 10 minutes to look at the reservations in the computer. After 10 minutes -- he looked up and asked- inside or outside? I said, "since I am an inconvenience, you tell me what works best for you?" His response was as I predicted-- "Ok- well it is really tight and I don't really have any tables for you but I will try to put you outside" - no apology at all or assuring me he would accommodate us - essentially confirmed we were indeed an inconvenience for him. I almost left - but I was hungry and wanted to try it. After 15-20 minutes of waiting, we were finally seated outside. water was dumped on our table - along with a large lump covered with a cloth napkin- no explanation that it was our bread. We waited about a another half an hour before our waitress arrived to take our drinks order and tell us the specials. We both ordered the scallop special - which were served quickly but LUKEWARM (we had no idea local sea scallops cost $38 and for that price they better be hot out of the kitchen -- unfortunately they weren't!) Despite being lukewarm, they were cooked perfectly and tender. They were paired with in season and local vegetables -a nice flavorful combination. Seasoning was also very good. for me, there is nothing worse then a restaurant that actually has talent behind its food selection but can't get its service and kitchen output right. I sit back and think about the chef and sous chef who worked hard to output that dish perfectly and to have a server screw up and deliver it lukewarm… not acceptable. ( BACKGROUND: i am a seasoned restaurant person in NYC and have worked in media reviewing restaurants for a very large publication. now retired - fortunate for Noah's I won't be publishing a full review...)
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