Brewtopia 134 Main St, Port Jefferson, NY11777 Located in Port Jefferson's Harbor Square Mall, Brewtopia is a provider of home brewing supplies and more than 25 beer…More kits for beginner and advanced brewers. The store also carries empty bottles, kits, craft beers, all natural sodas and snacks. Please call for additional product information.
II Porto Bello 1090 Route 112, Port Jefferson Station, NY11776 Il Porto Bello is an Italian restaurant and pizzeria located in the Port Plaza near PJ Cinemas, serving Port Jefferson…More since 1999. The pizza section seats 28, and the restaurant, available for private events, seats 60. Ill Porto Bello sells its own bottles of marinara sauce and offers gift certificates and an e-mail club for promotions. Wine list and catering menus available online.
E-Z Wine & Liquors 1106 Route 112, Port Jefferson Station, NY11776 E-Z Wine & Liquors has been operating in the Port Plaza near PJ Cinemas for over five years. Selling fine wines and…More liquors, E-Z offers a large volume of discount selections. Staff are available to recommend a bottle that's appropriate for your specific needs.
Pindar Wine Store 117 Main St, Port Jefferson, NY11777 Pindar is the largest vineyard on Long Island, occupying over 500 acres on the North Fork. Its wine store here in Port…More Jefferson village offers Pindar and Duck Walk wines and includes a full tasting bar. This delightfully decorated speciality shop also sells wine-related gifts like glasses, chillers, novelty bottle stoppers and "flip-flop coasters," as well as cheese, crackers, jellies and baskets. There is a 25 percent discount on cases and an email newsletter. You can follow Pindar on Twitter and its Facebook fan page.
Eco-friendly is the theme at Greentique, a welcome new arrival (2010) to Port Jefferson Village's collection of…More speciality boutiques and artisan shops on East Main Street. Owner Jennifer Fondacaro moved her concept store here after four years in nearby Huntington Village, stocking goods made from recycled materials and by workers at fair trade companies. The offerings vary with changing trends and availability, but the merchandise is consistently unique, quirky and fun. </p>
<p>Among the jewelry, glassware and water bottles, one can find products such as green-themed flip flops called "Soul Seekers." There are always items from local artists like 10-year-old Kaitlin's "Happy Fish," made from recycled plastic soda bottles or high schooler Sammi's bracelets, made of tabs from aluminum cans. Even the Greentique sign out front is made from a piece of abandoned wood and painted by local artist Jennifer Nicole, who often sits outside the shop creating custom signs on the spot for passersby.</p>
<p>Visit the Greentique website of Facebook fan page for more.</p>