Best Pub restaurants nearby. Discover the best Pub food in Sayville. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Pub restaurants near you.. Sayville is a hamlet and census-designated place in Suffolk County, New York, United States. Located on the South Shore of Long Island in the Township of Islip, the population of the CDP was 16,853 at the time of the 2010 census.
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4 based on 78 reviews
Based on good reviews we decided to give it a try. We really enjoyed our 2 visits the past few weeks. The food is all made in house, including the breads. We enjoyed the artichokes, ribs, sea scallops, kale salad, crab cakes, and the drinks were awesome! Megan and Victoria took really good care of us and we we're pleased that the drinks were still great with a different staff member mixing them up during our return visit! Consistency is important and they nailed it. It's a cute little restaurant so plan ahead and get a reservation.
4 based on 54 reviews
Went to "Cavanaugh's" for the first time today...it will NOT be the last time!! Lunch with two friends was fabulous. All three of us thoroughly enjoyed our selections, and the servings were quite ample in size. The menu is quite varied, so there is something on it for everyone. Personally, I had a hard time narrowing down what I wanted to order, as there were so many great choices. Service was prompt, and friendly, and the food delicious...what more can I say, other than do yourself a favor, and stop by "Cavanaugh's" yourself!!
4 based on 16 reviews
Compared to what this bar used to be with Brocks, South Shore Dive is surprisingly good. They constantly change their taps which makes it a good Beer Location. The renovations of the inside makes the place so much more inviting. The Apps are very good and the service is top notch. Definitely worth a visit!
3 based on 64 reviews
My dad and I had an early dinner at Bluestone Tavern today and we caught some football too! All of the food was delicious especially the Jack and Honey Meatball Appetizer Special! We both ordered the skirt steak at medium rare and both of our steaks were a little over done. Overall good meal and atmosphere.
The Portly villager is great spot for a beers and relaxation in a cool atmosphere. The bartenders are friendly and give great service. They always have awesome beer on tap and the unique sandwiches are well know for being the best around. They just added some other hot foods to menu if you don't want one of their famous sandwiches. A destination place in Sayville. Everyone knows the Portly.
3 based on 47 reviews
Four of our posse of Ladies went out for a farewell dinner for out bestie. We were also there to see a duo perform in the bar area. The server came over to take our drink order, and was more interested in seeing her boyfriend and sharing a drink at the bar. (Which she did, shortly after she closed us out). The food, was better last time, but overall tasty. Our biggest problem was the server. When we asked for the specials, again rattled and barbled, so she had to repeat. Then we pay the bill, and threw out the receipt we were supposed to sign. Manager found in garbage all crumpled up. This caused some distress, and again the young lady, couldn't wait to leave..Mind you, our dinner was 630pm on Friday...NOT 930!!!.. Not certain if we will go back, although manager repeatedly apologized. Sorry used to be better. On a good note, the bartender, Brandon? very good and efficient and service oriented.
4 based on 103 reviews
Jessica Governali and I just enjoyed a great Sunday afternoon âdate nightâ. If youâve never been to Grey Horse Tavern in Bayport, you really should. What a well run and special place it is. Itâs a faithfully restored tavern from the 19th century that focuses on locally sourced food and drink and locally grown musical talent. Long Island has so much to offer from both of those worlds, and these guys absolutely nail it on all fronts. Great service too - friendly, considerate, and well-trained. Today, we saw the legendary Gene Casey do an acoustic set with his incredibly talented friend, Jeff Allegue. Best live music Iâve seen this year. Guitar play between these two guys suggested that they are Siamese twins, and they both sing with passion and great skill. Mr Casey is a direct connection to the era of Sun Records (Cash, Elvis, or Perkins - take your pick), and Roy Orbison in his prime. Heâs incredibly unique - a treasure. Mr. Allegue reminded me very much of Elvis Costello and Marshall Crenshaw, and blew us away with a great cover of âAllisonâ. Other highlights included âBlackbirdâ by the Beatles, âNadineâ by Chuck Berry, the Johnny Cash arrangement of âSunday Morning Coming Downâ and Gordon Lightfootâs âEarly Morning Rainâ. Mr Caseyâs original songs were also smoking good. Grey Horse is about to celebrate their tenth year in business - man, I hope they stick around for another ten. They are good for Long Island.
4 based on 43 reviews
Walk in mid week, served promptly and pleasantly. Good list of specials, good draft list. Apps: Sayville Fries, VERY good. Fried Calimari, Excellent! Dinners were all very good Attentive, friendly server. Smart move: 8 peeps for dinner, brought a pitcher for the table for ice water. A recurrent family favorite.
4 based on 28 reviews
We tried this restaurant as someplace different then our usual eateries. The reviews were good and the menu on their web site looked amazing and now having eaten there can honestly say both were correct. The night we were there the place was jammed packed (reservations are highly recommended) so our waiter was a bit overwhelmed and that was the only neg. of our experience. Even with the crowd and our waiter a little slow getting to us and checking in once and a while (like forgetting our bread, slow getting our drinks, not checking to see if we needed anything, etc...) all was mostly forgiven once our food arrived. I had the baked lasagna and growing up an Italian NY'er I know my pasta's and what's good and what's not. This lasagna was among the best I've had (not as good as my nonnina's though). And everyone we dined with that night raved about each of their dishes. The prices were not cheap, but not over the top either. The atmosphere had a sort of a clean, industrial type feel. The soft lighting helped, but the noise level all around us was high. I gave it 4 stars for the reasons mentioned above: very, very crowded, waiter was overwhelmed and we had to keep flagging him down for service and a little too noisy for me, but oh the food, the food was amazing and would rate 5 stars. Perhaps a slower night or different time slot for our visit and it would have received an overall 5 stars, maybe(?). For me, when I write a review and score it's rating, for a place to earn 5 stars ALL the elements must be worthy of 5 stars. I do however recommend trying this restaurant and because the menu had so many tantalizing, appealing options leaving me wanting to taste and what we did have was that good I know we'll be going back.
4 based on 98 reviews
Went here during Festival, typically closed on Sunday but open with limited menu. Service was excellent even considering they were closing soon. Never rushed nice and food was prepared fresh and delicious. Nothing fancy but enjoyable as well as being reasonable. If in area, wirth a visit
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