Nautical Mile is slowly rebuilding and coming back. There are still many bars and restaurants to go to. Walking the mile and gazing over the water from the gazebo is refreshing.
We spent a Saturday afternoon on October 1st trying several restaurants/bars. It was a cloudy day, and post-season, so nothing was very crowded. We met some locals and had a blast. Looking forward to repeating this!
Whenever I travel to New York during summer, I must visit Freeport's Nautical Mile. It is a place to forget about everything and to fully enjoy life. They got delicious food and live music at night. I love the Italian restaurants since they prepare the best sea food.
Decide to go to 2 Cousins and bring some dinner home. The lobster bisque did not have any lobster or should I say any seafood in it at all. It was a $6 pint of tomato soup. The baked clams had plenty of clams but the flavor just wasn't there. The crawfish salad which I was excited for, was overly... 更多
The Nautical Mile begins with several boats docked for fishing trips or meal / dance cruises, then a battery of restaurants and fish markets, then ends with a nice gazeebo-like area at the end where it is nice to take a date to talk, take in the sites, and hang out. Ralph's Ices and an ice cream parlor is also... 更多
I love going down by the canal in Freeport! They have the festival every summer. The best part of the Freeport Festival are the pig races. I took my son when he was just a toddler and my granddaughters too. The kids LOVE "The Mile", as we call it.
Any day of the week this seems like a really good place to come out and have a drink or two. If you like seafood, there's no one place that specializes in it, but the food either way is tasty. The atmosphere is wonderful for an afternoon and/ or early evening visit. The noise ordinances that are in place for... 更多