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The Port Jeff Web, A directory of Port Jefferson, New York: businesses, shopping, and tourism. A Long Island village on the harbor.

Long Island's Historic Seaport
Port Jefferson is a historic ship-building village nestled at the far end of the harbor, past the big homes that dot the high-banked eastern bluff looking down over an orderly yet varied fleet lying at their moorings. Our Village is a visitor's dream, and one of the most picturesque of waterside villages to be found on Long Island. Port Jefferson is located 56 miles east of New York City in the northern part of central Suffolk County easily accessible by road, railroad and water.

It's a beautiful day for a stroll through Port Jeff.

What to do in Port Jeff? Port Jeff is a small town, very popular for the day time tourists. There's obviously a nice dock area, a lot of people like to stroll around. There is a ferry to Bridgeport, CT. and a nice little cruise ferry ("The Martha Jefferson" them for times). There are a ton of little shops: ice cream shops, candy stores, candle shops, gift shops, pizza places, italian ice places, t-shirt shops. Lots of small very good restaurants: you can even eat right on the dock at Danfords (very popular for their seafood). There are live plays at Theatre Three (you can get their # from the to see what's playing.

That's about the jist of it. Its not so much what to do, but just spending some time there and see what its all about. The town is usually full of people just strolling around. So many love visiting it, on any beautiful day, just walk down the docks, sit on a bench, eat some ice cream, go to a nice restaurant. Oh, and there's several decent bars too whether you are part of the older or the younger "crowd". For young adults, there are a couple of clubs. For the young kids, there's a small playground/park "Rocket Ship park", public basketball courts, and tennis courts. And for a day of strolling there are plenty of small cafes.

Its a small, however lovely, town, everything is in walking distance, if you do come: Enjoy!


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